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Words to live by: When in doubt, hire out

ColoradoBiz Women to Watch 2017: The Eusea Team powered by FirstCal


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THE EUSEA TEAM

POWERED BY FIRSTCAL

FirstCal is a family-owned mortgage company, started more than 40 years ago. Guiding homebuyers through the loan process, the organization strives to provide people the home of their dreams. Catherine Eusea has been in the mortgage business for nearly 15 years and is the leader of The Eusea Team. Her passion is met by her desire to provide stellar communication and service.

CATHERINE EUSEA – Mortgage lender

NMLS# 237244

970.372.6939

EuseaTeam@firstcal.net


"My most important lesson learned as a woman in business is to know your highest and best use. I know my hourly rate to the penny. 'When in doubt hire it out,' is my motto. I hire out/delegate what I don’t love to do and what isn’t the best use of my time. Because of this, I have an incredible work/life balance. If you’re doing what you love, you never work a day in your life!"

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