Mary Robb is a dedicated Reverse Mortgage Loan Officer at Mutual of Omaha Mortgage. With a servant’s heart and a passionate commitment to helping people, Mary believes that her work is not just a job, but a ministry.
She strongly advocates for reverse mortgages’ unknown retirement strategies, so much so that she and her husband decided to get one themselves at age 62! This decision has led her to become one of the top national reverse mortgage producers.
Mary’s journey in the mortgage and real estate industry began in 2011. However, it was in 2017 that she chose to specialize in Reverse Mortgage Refi and Reverse for Purchase. Recognizing that many seniors, as well as professionals in banking, real estate, and financial planning, were unaware of the benefits of reverse mortgages, she took it upon herself to educate them. Mary saw the “booming” senior population as an overlooked and underserved demographic that could greatly benefit from a reverse mortgage.
Her youthful desire to make a difference in other people’s lives, which led her to pursue a degree in Social Work, continues to fuel her determination. The motto from her college days, “helping others help themselves,” still rings true for her today.
In 2013, Mary temporarily diverted from her mortgage career to start Covenant Credit Repair, an honest, affordable, legal credit restoration business. Her aim was to help people reach the American dream of home ownership. In just four years, she and her company received multiple awards from the Ft. Worth Better Business Bureau, including the Customer Service TORCH Award and The BBB Customer Service Award for Parker County. She was also recognized as one of the Top 25 Women in Business in Tarrant and surrounding counties, and her firm was one of only five BBB A+ rated credit repair firms in all of Texas.
Despite the negative stigma associated with credit repair and reverse mortgages, Mary’s fierce determination, respected reputation, and sincere passion for helping others have helped her overcome these challenges. She feels blessed and achieves a sense of gratitude and heartfelt reward for helping seniors.
Mary is an active member of the community, serving on the board of the Ft. Worth Mortgage Bankers Association. She is also a member of various associations, including the Greater Ft Worth Association of Realtors, the North Texas Association of Mortgage Professionals, and the Woman’s Council of Realtors.
When not working, you can find Mary playing pickleball, swimming, and biking.
Mary is based in Texas, but she is licensed to originate reverse mortgages in the following states:
- New Jersey
- South Carolina