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Catherine LaCasce

New Hampshire - Lebanon

6 South Park Street, Suite 101,

Lebanon, NH 03766


About Catherine

Catherine “Cat” LaCasce joins the Embrace team as a loan officer who assists and educates clients on their mortgage options to either purchase a property or leverage their equity in an existing home to achieve financial wellness. Prior to joining Embrace, she worked at Sugar River Bank as a mortgage origination officer. Cat is active in her community, and currently serves as a board member for the Greater Claremont Chamber of Commerce. In the past, she’s organized an item collection drive for her local homeless shelter. She’s also been accepted as a CASA Guardian ad Litem advocate for children in New Hampshire.

Cat was born and raised in Claremont, New Hampshire and attended Ohio State University for two years after high school. She’s recently been studying Organizational Leadership and is working to finish her bachelor’s degree with Penn State University online in the next couple of years. She’s the third generation to live in her family homestead – a 200+ year old farmhouse situated on a quiet 76-acre plot on Green Mountain. She lives there with her fiancé, Landon Wheeler, and his 12-year-old daughter, Sarah, a 7th grader who loves to play sports. On the farm, they have a yellow Lab named Duce, and three cats – Smoky, Copper, and Eddie – as well as two goats and several chickens.

She and her family love to spend their spare time doing outdoor projects on the farm and enjoying the land, including taking hikes on the mountain and fishing in their own trout pond. They also love taking day trips around New England, with beach trips to Maine, and Pats games and Red Sox games in Boston. For the past two years, Cat has participated in Tough Mudder obstacle courses – the most recent race being 8 miles long with 25 obstacles. Her idea of the perfect day would include sleeping in, then reading a book from the library while sipping coffee on the couch surrounded by the family’s animals.

98% Customer Satisfaction Rating
Zillow 5 star rating
Inc 5000 Fastest Growing companies
Scotsman Guide Top Lender


  • 5

    5 Survey completed on September 08, 2021

    Review By Thristan C. for Cat LaCasce

    Completed transaction in September 2021

    Cat was very knowledgable and professional. She was quick to respond and we felt supported through the entire process. It was a pleasure!

  • 5

    5 Survey completed on September 08, 2021

    Review By Kathryn C. for Cat LaCasce

    Completed transaction in August 2021

    Cat was so prompt and professional! She answered all of our questions in a timely manner and she had wonderful attention to detail! She stayed on top of our loan and despite set backs with a variety of properties, she always kept faith we would find a new one and we did! She was always prompt with documentation so we could compete in this market! I have already recommended her to friends and family.

  • 5

    5 Survey completed on September 02, 2021

    Review By Nicole S. for Cat LaCasce

    Completed transaction in September 2021

    Cat responds quickly to questions, resolves issues immediately and is direct and straightforward. Very pleasant and kind person as well.

  • 4

    4 Survey completed on August 28, 2021

    Review By Yetunde O. for Cat LaCasce

    Completed transaction in August 2021

    Helpful information was given by Cat, she was highly responsive and knowledgeable.

  • 5

    5 Survey completed on August 19, 2021

    Review By Lester S. for Cat LaCasce

    Completed transaction in August 2021

    Cat was very helpful and stayed on top of all tasks

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