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  • NameOliver White
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Oliver White is a seasoned sales and mortgage professional. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin at River Falls with a B.S. in Business Marketing. A collegiate athlete. Oliver was signed to a professional basketball contract to play in Europe. After a successful season abroad, Oliver returned home to the Twin Cities to pursue a career in the financial services industry. With a lineage of mortgage lending in his family, Oliver connected with First Option Mortgage because of their strong marketing history. In his free time Oliver likes to volunteer with the youth in his home town, teaching basketball camps, and spending time with his family. You can contact him directly at: 952-412-5428

Oliver White

NMLS: 1254113

About Imperial Home Team with RE/MAX Advantage Plus

We have been in the real estate business in the Lakeville, Credit River Township, Apple Valley, Bloomington, Burnsville, Elko-New Market, Farmington, Prior Lake, Rosemount, Savage and Twin Cities real estate markets for many successful years and we will be here for many more. This longevity and confidence comes from our real estate services from the entire team to a great many home buyers and sellers. Our past clients recommendations to others that result in repeat and referral business that keeps us productive and successful. We are proudly licensed under the RE/MAX Advantage Plus brokerage and in the State of Minnesota.

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