Tina is with Highlands Residential Mortgage and has had her mortgage practice for over a quarter of a century and has been recognized in the top 1% Nationwide. Being highly committed to education, Tina designed and founded Mortgage Triangle Software, which is available to all mortgage professionals throughout the country.

With Tina’s mortgage reputation in the real estate community, she can help you win when competing against other buyers’ financing. She has been awarded Partner Of The Year from Washington REALTORS, Media Of The Year from Seattle King County REALTORS, and Member Of The Year from Women’s Council of REALTORS.


Latest Episodes

Doug Peterson , Angel Barna and Lea Wold from Get Priorities Straight

The Money Hour with host, Tina Mitchell, and co-host, Keelan Harvey of Highlands Residential Mortgage.
This week’s show features a panel of guests from Get Priorities Straight including Doug Peterson – Owner/Founder, Angel Barna – Client Relations, and Lea Wold – Operations

5 Upsides to Downsizing Your Home – Myths About Making a Video – Advantages & Pitfalls of Patents

Guests in studio this week:

Brenda Martin grew up in a family real estate business and has been surrounded by the industry her whole life. She holds CNE (Certified Negotiations Expert) and SRES (Senior Real Estate Specialist) designations and is recognized by John L Scott as a President’s Gold Agent for her success in helping clients achieve their home ownership goals. Brenda partners with an innovative and successful team, using their combined knowledge to give her clients an advantage for a beneficial real estate experience. She is committed to providing professional real estate services with a goal to always exceed expectations. The wonderful friendships that are formed with her clients bring Brenda the most satisfaction and joy from working in the residential real estate industry. In today’s The Money Hour segment, Brenda talks about the benefits of downsizing. Listen to Brenda’s segment.

Meena is the CEO of Werxo – as its leader, she guides the company as it traverses the landscape of corporate, non-profit sector, and more artistic storytelling. Prior to this, she has owned a graphic design company and a stationery company. She worked for many years as a graphic designer, product designer and as a marketing extraordinaire. She has also spent a lot of time creating, teaching and promoting the creation of art –- in her home, at her son’s school, and in her community. Meena has lived in California, NYC and the greater Seattle area. Meena seeks connection through the cultivation of relationships. her heart’s calling is to give airtime and use film & video as a medium to tell the stories of women and people of color, among other minorities. In today’s The Money Hour segment, Meena discusses the myths around creating a video.

Brooke Quist is a partner at Seed Intellectual Property Law Firm, LLP with over 22 years of experience in Intellectual Property Law. Prior to joining Seed IP, Brooke was a partner at Steptoe & Johnson, LLP. Before practicing law, Mr. Quist was a senior research and design engineer in the Aircraft Division of the Northrop Corporation. Brooke Quist specializes in domestic and foreign intellectual property, including strategic portfolio development, patent preparation and prosecution, freedom to operate opinions, patent invalidity and non-infringement opinions, due diligence investigations, client counseling, licensing, and technology transfer agreements. Brooke lectures on U.S. patent practice at the University of Washington’s renowned Center for Advanced Study and Research on Innovation. In today’s The Money Hour segment, Brooke discusses patents – ignorance is not bliss.

(encore)What Does the Real Estate Market Hold for the Next 6 Months?

Guests in studio this week:

Andrea Kearns is in her 15th year in Real Estate as a full-time Broker. She started Real Estate with John L. Scott, then moved to RE/MAX where she has been for the past 11 years. She has been awarded the RE/MAX hall of fame award and has continually ranked in the top 10 if her office. Andrea couldn’t be happier doing her dream job as well as helping buyers and sellers all around Seattle. In The Money Hour segment today, Andrea talks about what to expect in the real estate market in the next 6 months.

Jenni Butz, Wilma Peck and Kris Noble

Guests in studio this week:

Jenni Butz is the Regional Director of BNI Northwest, part of the world’s largest referral networking organization. Along with a team of over 25 volunteers and employees, she supports 38 Chapters in the Puget Sound area and 2 Chapters in southern California, helping Members increase their businesses through relationship-based, intentional word-of-mouth marketing.

Wilma Peck, is a BNI Area Director on the Eastside. Supporting 9 Chapters. She has also been an active member of BNI for the past 14 years, representing her business “Michaels Auto Repair”, located in Redmond, WA. BNI has been a contributing factor in the growth of her business.

Kris Noble is a personal stylist with a company called cabi, which is a collection of women’s designer clothing, and she’s been with the company 16 years. Her passion is for helping women feel confident and beautiful by guiding them to the best clothing options for their body types and style expressions. She work with women in their homes by bringing her clothing line to show them and their friends, or by having them come to her boutique for personal styling sessions. She is an active member of BNI Northwest.

In today’s The Money Hour segment, Jenni, Wilma and Kris have a panel discussion on how to build a better business through BNI Northwest.