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Virginia Grant

Mortgage Loan Officer

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Intercontinental
Capital Group, Inc.
420 Exchange #200
Irvine, CA, 92602
Branch: NMLS1493860
Personal: NMLS872198

About Virginia

In a nutshell.... Lives in Beautiful Monterey...A Carmel native lived in Sonoma County for several years as a very well-known Certified Expert of fine wines selling futures and high scoring wines to the elite people of the world, who is currently also in Mortgage. Licensed MLO in the state of California and Texas. NMLS#872198 Intercontinental Capital My commitment to service stems from a deep concern for people, and intensive training that goes well beyond state and federal requirements. I care for my clients like family and strive to provide you with a seamless mortgage experience from start to finish.

When I’m not helping people realize their dreams, I love to enjoy time with my friends and family. I also being in the housing industry have a strong passion for interior design and I dabble in that as well. I’m proud to partner with a company that is consistently on the leading-edge of the industry. With Intercontinental Capital having game-changing loan programs and specialty products at my disposal, I have the tools to create home ownership opportunities for my clients. I’ve been in the mortgage industry since 2009 and I still love coming to work each day.

My Specialties are:

  • Jumbo Financing
  • Self-Employed/Complex-Income Borrowers
  • Veteran’s Financing
  • First-Time Home buyers
  • Refinance Specialist
  • Down-payment Assistance Programs
  • Condo Financing

Articles

ICG named Inc. 5000 fastest-growing private companies in America

The team and I at InterContinental Capital Group (“ICG”) announced today that we have been named to the prestigious Inc. 5000 list. Inc. 5000 is an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. This is ICG’s first time being...
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Constantly Striving to Improve

According to the latest Monitor Report from Black Knight, Housing Wire just published an article stating that organizations have plummeted from the first quarter of this year, which, was led by a drop in refinancing organizations. “Overall...
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