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!”

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5.0 Survey completed on February 11, 2020

Review By Anna F. for Carrie Fincham

Completed transaction in February 2020

Carrie was a tremendous resource in our home purchasing experience. We were weighing different financing options that would work best for our family, considering various factors and comparing multiple offers. She was honest and upfront from the beginning, giving us couple of scenarios she thought would work best. At the end, her offer; including the APR and cash to close, was the most competitive and her personalized service was the cherry on top. Carrie made the entire process easy!


5.0 Survey completed on February 01, 2020

Review By Timothy O. for Carrie Fincham

Completed transaction in January 2020

Carrie was so helpful and incredible from the start. She was able to keep everything running smoothly throughout the entire process and keep the experience as devoid of stress as possible. Such a wonderful person and incredibly helpful throughout our first time buying a house!


5.0 Survey completed on February 01, 2020

Review By Callie C. for Carrie Fincham

Completed transaction in January 2020

Carrie was so sweet and helpful through the whole process! Even when we had little set backs she supported us through the process, even when I panicked at times lol! We love Carrie and will recommend her to friends and family for future home loans!


5.0 Survey completed on January 12, 2020

Review By Ronnie J. for Carrie Fincham

Completed transaction in January 2020

Our loan application was handled with the professionalism I have never experienced. Carrie Fincham is my hero. Great job!!


5.0 Survey completed on December 12, 2019

Review By Jessica B. for Carrie Fincham

Completed transaction in December 2019

Carrie will always be my go to loan officer. When I say she makes the process easy that's a understatement. She does her job and she does it very well, she's very knowledgeable, and provides great customer service.

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