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Carrie Fincham

Virginia - Culpeper

767 Madison Rd., Suite 108

Culpeper, VA 22701


About Carrie

Carrie Fincham’s breadth and depth of experience uniquely qualify her to find the best loan program to suit your needs. Carrie believes that homeownership is the cornerstone of financial security, and that your life goals, aspirations, family considerations, and overall financial health are critical components to consider when finding the right mortgage for your specific set of circumstances. She guides her clients with their lifestyle and family needs in mind, ensuring your priorities are her priorities.  

Carrie has worked in the financial services industry since the early 1990s. Her decades of experience include Student Loan Servicing, Branch Banking, Training Management, Tax Preparation, and Mortgage Loan Originations. Carrie also strongly supports her local community. Currently, she volunteers in local schools and hosts Empowering Women in Real Estate monthly luncheons. She’s previously served as a Destination Imagination coach for five years, Meetup Organizer for Ignite Fauquier, a team mom for soccer and Little League, and a Girl Scout Leader. 

Carrie grew up in Fairfax County, Virginia and bought her first home in Linden, Virginia in the early 90s. She currently resides on five rolling acres in the Virginia Piedmont region with her husband, three children, two cats and a dog. When away from her desk, Carrie enjoys spontaneous adventures with her family.

Call or apply online with Carrie today to Embrace the possibilities of homeownership. Read her reviews and see why her clients proudly proclaim, “Carrie Fincham is My Little Lender!”

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


  • 5.0

    5.0 Survey completed on May 03, 2021

    Review By Michele H. for Carrie Fincham

    Completed transaction in April 2021

    Carrie was very attentive to our needs and had excellent communication with us throughout the whole process. We're very pleased!

  • 5.0

    5.0 Survey completed on May 02, 2021

    Review By William B. for Carrie Fincham

    Completed transaction in April 2021

    Carrie is the BEST! She is an amazing person! Carrie is great at her job very professional and personal. She made me feel like family. She made my dream come true and helped my family so much. Her reviews are VERY true. She guided me through the process every step of the way! Everything Carrie says happens, her and her team are AWESOME! I am so glad i found her! We highly recommend her!!

  • 5.0

    5.0 Survey completed on April 19, 2021

    Review By Alexis J. for Carrie Fincham

    Completed transaction in April 2021

    She’s awesome. She took the time for me to make sure I understood every number on every page of the loan contract. I would definitely recommend her. She’s very good at what she does.

  • 5.0

    5.0 Survey completed on April 19, 2021

    Review By Raymond R. for Carrie Fincham

    Completed transaction in April 2021

    Carrie is very easy and pleasant to work with, along with being very short, she makes it happen...

  • 5.0

    5.0 Survey completed on April 09, 2021

    Review By Linda S. for Carrie Fincham

    Completed transaction in April 2021

    The whole experience was great. We are first time home buyers. We had meetings with Carrie. She gave me list of all the paper work that I needed. I had all the information she wanted on time. I had to e sign things but she got me through. Closing went fine first time for me. She is awesome I told her what I could afford and she and the team made it happen.

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