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Molly Miller

Loan Officer

NMLS ID#149327

T: (509) 992-5573

Jake Miller

Loan Officer

NMLS ID#2313397

T: (509) 953-0872

About Molly

Molly Miller is originally from Spokane and after spending 20 years in Seattle, moved back in 2018. She is married to Jacob Miller, her partner in mortgage, and they have three children. She enjoys spending time with her family and following her kids to multiple sports events. Molly joined the mortgage industry in 1999, in Edmonds, WA. She learned from the ground up the loan processes and each job that is needed to get a loan from approval to funded status. Molly has experienced all the ups and downs of the market and has great insight to help her clients navigate the buying and refinance process. She spent most of her career helping service members of Kitsap County with the buying process and is well educated on helping our Veterans. Molly, although newer to Spokane, isn’t new to the changing markets of this industry. Q Home Loans offers a variety of loan products to fit each customers needs.
Call Molly today and have an expert on your side!

About Jacob

Jacob Miller is a Spokane native. He was born here and raised on the South Hill of Spokane. Jacob has spent his life helping others and giving back to our local community. He is a restaurant/bar owner in downtown Spokane since 2012. Jacob recently joined the mortgage industry as a Loan Officer in 2022 along side his wife, Molly Miller. He is raising three children with Molly and enjoys being a dad and being active in the kids daily sports. His experience with restaurant ownership has given him much understanding in handling multiple tasks at a time and being able to problem solve on the spot.
Jacob is extremely knowledgeable and ready to help you with your financing needs towards homeownership or a refinance.

How to get started

  1. Set up a username and password, which is necessary to protect your personal information.
  2. Link your accounts with AccountChek (assets section of the application), then you won’t have to supply bank statements.
  3. Approve eConsent—this allows us to send your appraisal and disclosures to you via email for electronic signature.