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Nenow receives housing award at conference

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Tanya Nenow, center, of Jamestown, a mortgage loan officer at First Community Credit Union, received the 2019 Homeownership Performance Award recently from the North Dakota Housing Finance Agency. She is pictured with Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem and NDHFA Executive Director Jolene Kline. Submitted photo

North Dakota Housing Finance Agency recognized its outstanding partners as Champions of Affordable Housing at the Statewide Housing Conference held recently.

Among the individuals recognized was First Community Credit Union mortgage loan officer Tanya Nenow of Jamestown. She received the 2019 Homeownership Performance Award, an award based on loan production.

“The Champions Awards recognize and celebrate the work of individuals, non-profit organizations, public agencies and private sector businesses who go above and beyond to provide affordable housing for North Dakotans," said Jolene Kline, NDHFA executive director.

Through NDHFA’s homeownership programs individuals and families, which are typically first-time buyers, receive low-cost financing, and down payment and closing cost assistance.

“Congratulations to Tanya on her individual award,” said Mary Radenz, vice president of mortgage lending. “She is truly committed to helping borrowers achieve home ownership by helping them make informed decisions and finding the loan that best suits their needs. She should be proud of this honor.”

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