Arlette Lynch

Senior Mortgage Loan Originator

alynch@web5.com 508-640-0420 NMLS #39595
Arlette has over 25 years of experience in the financial services industry, including 10+ years helping clients achieve their home ownership goals. As our senior loan mortgage originator since 2014 and a Worcester resident for over 30 years, she brings great insight and knowledge to our clients in the local housing market. Arlette found her passion in residential lending with the first mortgage application she took in 1993, and eventually shifted from branch management to mortgage banking in 2003 with GMAC Mortgage, where she was a loan officer for five years. She worked at Freedom Mortgage as a senior loan officer, then continued to advance her career with Bank of Canton in 2009 as a regional lending manager until joining Webster Five. Arlette is a graduate of Assumption College and earned her MBA from Nichols College.
Arlette talks about her role in the bank and life outside the bank.
What are you passionate about in your role? I enjoy assisting all customers with care and compassion, always keeping their best interests my number one priority. I do my best to be readily available, responsive and expedient, whether they are purchasing or refinancing. I also enjoy educating first-time homebuyers.
What are some of your hobbies and interests? I enjoy spending time with my husband, Jim, and our two dogs and two cats. I also like playing golf, skiing and tennis, and supporting the Boston Bruins and New York Yankees.
Are you involved in any community causes or organizations? As a longtime resident of Worcester, I am totally committed to the community. I currently serve on Preservation Worcester’s Board of Directors, the Alumni Association Board of Directors of Nichols College and the Community Action Committee of the Worcester Regional Association of Realtors, and I am a member of the North Worcester Business Association.
Can you tell us a fun fact about yourself? I love pugs. My license plate is “LVPUGS” and one of my dogs is a black pug with one eye who was rescued by one of my customers. My customer knew how much I love this breed and eventually gave me Jack, the one-eyed pug, who I absolutely adore. It’s also a bit funny because my husband and I used to have a fish named Jack, who later in life lost one eye. So over the years, we have had “one-eyed Jack” the fish and “one-eyed Jack” the dog.

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