Quality, Competitive Home Loan and Refinancing Services
About Duff Dyer
For the past 13 years, Duff Dyer has led University Place, Washington-headquartered Oxbow Mortgage Co, LLC. Serving clients throughout Washington State, he offers a full range of residential mortgage loan services that take advantage of access to dozens of lending institutions and hundreds of distinct loan products. Duff Dyer seeks to minimize risk for clients in an uncertain home lending environment by professionally guiding applications from start to finish. He seeks out cost-effective pathways that fully leverage knowledge of current market trends, as well as the latest rates and plan options.
Mr. Dyer’s client base extends beyond home purchasers and includes construction companies and real estate agents. Throughout the process of securing competitive loans, he provides regular updates that continuously inform clients of the progress of their applications. He emphasizes full online responsiveness that includes an Internet-based application form and the opportunity to review several loan alternatives.
Duff Dyer earned his undergraduate degree at Brigham Young University - Idaho, where he was active as intramural golf director. In his free time, he continues to enjoy golfing, as well as wakeboarding and boating with his family.
Boy Scout Troop 266
A financial services professional with a wealth of experience in the origination of residential property loans, Duff Dyer has owned and operated Oxbow Mortgage Company in University Place, Washington, for 13 years. He is also a dedicated outdoorsman who loves working with kids. Combining these two passions, Duff Dyer particularity enjoys volunteering for river rafting excursions down the Wenatchee River with Boy Scout Troop 266.
Comprised of 75 registered scouts and 60 adult members, the Boy Scouts of America's Troop 266 has served the greater Olympia, Washington, area for more than 30 years. The organization currently sponsors regular youth meetings at the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd. Originally active from 1966 to 1975, Troop 266 temporarily disbanded for several years before returning to the Good Shepherd in 1985.
Placing significant emphasis on teamwork, leadership, service, and the spirit of adventure, Troop 266 is dedicated to helping young men evolve into well-rounded adults. The organization's motto is “ESAM,” an acronym that stands for “every scout absolutely matters.” The motto encapsulates Troop 266's belief that every scout should be encouraged to take part in all scouting activities. For older scouts, it also stresses the profound importance of helping younger scouts and leading by example.