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Chelsea Mungo

Virginia - Reston

1760 Reston Parkway, Suite 101

Reston, VA 20190


About Chelsea

Chelsea Mungo joins the team at Embrace from Academy Mortgage, where she was a loan officer assistant vetting incoming inquiries and updating loan information. She’s effective at keeping clients informed about their status and ensuring that the team stays organized and communicates effectively. Now as a junior loan officer at Embrace, she’ll be utilizing her skills to serve the mortgage lending needs of Loudoun, Fairfax, and Frederick counties, Shenendoah Valley, and surrounding areas. She loves nothing more than helping people achieve their dream of homeownership.

Chelsea grew up in Fairfax County, Virginia and now lives in Winchester. She graduated in December 2020 from Strayer University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a concentration in project management, a degree she’s utilizing to the fullest. She’s engaged to the love of her life, her fiancé Tyler, and has three furry friends — dogs Saint, Oakley, and Moose.

When she’s not helping people into their dream home, she enjoys going to the gym, hiking, exploring local breweries and wineries, and finding beautiful hidden natural gems throughout Virginia. Her idea of the perfect day would be hitting the gym, grabbing a bite to eat, then relaxing near the water with some good music and good company.

You can learn more about Chelsea and connect with her on LinkedIn.

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


  • 5

    5 Survey completed on September 25, 2021

    Review By Christian E. for Chelsea Mungo

    Completed transaction in September 2021

    Very personable, perfect communication, took time after hours, showed an absolute appreciation for her job while understanding my situation

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