Laurie Morfin

Senior Vice President

2550 Fifth Avenue | Suite 720 | San Diego, CA 92103

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Laurie has more than 20 years of commercial real estate finance experience originating debt on behalf of Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, FHA, Life Company and CMBS executions.

Prior to joining Bellwether Enterprise, Laurie was a Director with Prudential Mortgage Capital Company. Before joining Prudential, Laurie was with Well Fargo’s Multifamily and CMBS group for thirteen years.  Laurie started her career as part of the origination team for two different life insurance companies in Ohio, including Nationwide Insurance.

During her career, Laurie has originated more than $2.5 billion in commercial real estate loans across all property types including multifamily, manufactured housing communities, industrial, retail, office, hospitality, self-storage and marinas.


Laurie graduated from Indiana University with a BS in Finance and a concentration in Commercial Real Estate.  She was part of the Hutton Honors College while at IU


2019 Women of Influence, ReForum Magazine & Globe

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