Local Mortgage Broker Alicia Taylor Featured as one of Playboy’s “Women of Wall Street”
April 17, 2009 by VegasNews.com
Local business powerhouse, Alicia Taylor, will be featured in the “Women of Wall Street” section in Playboy’s May edition. She is a Las Vegas native, who graduated from Rancho High School and UNLV with a degree in Business Management.
Taylor has worked in the lending and finance industry for almost twenty years and founded Mortgage Solutions LLC in 2004. She and her team of highly qualified mortgage professionals handle all residential mortgage needs from the first time homebuyer to the “hard to close” jumbo loan in which they specialize. Despite the economic downturn they have continued to thrive because of their extraordinary client relationships and knowledge. Alicia also serves on the local board of the Entrepreneurs Organization, a worldwide business organization, as the Communications Chair. Recently, she started the Homeownership Initiative Foundation, which gives lower income borrowers the ability to access government grant money for home purchases.
No stranger to the spotlight, Taylor is among several in the running to be chosen for the new Bravo series, “Real Housewives of Las Vegas.” She has been married for 15 years to her high school sweetheart, Darwin Evans, who is extremely proud of her accomplishments both personally and professionally and enjoys the bragging rights of having his wife in Playboy. Always ready to take on something new and exciting, Taylor lives her life by the motto, “If you stay ready, you’ll never have to get ready,” which is reflected in all her ventures.
“This experience was liberating and empowering. I was honored to be chosen as one of the women for this special feature!” said Taylor. To celebrate the release she will host a private party at Simon at Palms Place.
For more information please visit, www.mortgagesolutionsnv.com.
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