About Fletcher Slater

Fletcher Slater is dedicated to helping his clients reach their home finance goals. His years of experience in the real estate industry, as well as being an active, lifelong member of his community, gives him a unique perspective, and a level of accountability that drives him to be one of the most trusted advisors in the area. With Fletcher’s years of experience and knowledge of available loan programs, he provides his clients with customized home loan solutions that meet their unique needs. That includes:

  • Loan refinancing
  • First or second home purchases
  • Home renovations
  • Home construction
  • Federal loan program access (VA, FHA, USDA)

A native of Upperville, Virginia, Fletcher attended the Hill School in Middleburg and Highland School of Warrenton. Graduated Cum Laude from Shenandoah University in Winchester with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Fletcher grew up on a horse farm in Fauquier County. His mother was Master of Piedmont Foxhounds and his Father was President of the Upperville Colt and Horse show (UCHS). Fletcher currently acts as President of his town’s community center, Buchanan Hall. Local involvement also includes Great Meadows under 40 Board, The Hill School Alumni Board, and Piedmont Child Care Center.

Fletcher serves clients in his home state by providing a transparent and educational loan process. His focus is on discovering each client’s financial goals and delivering tailored solutions that have their long-term financial health in mind.

When Fletcher isn’t assisting his clients, he’s spending time with his 2-year-old daughter, Bowen, fly fishing on Goose Creek, or enjoying time outdoors on his mountain bike.

Fletcher Slater understands that each borrower is unique, and as your Mortgage Loan Originator, his goal is to present a mortgage package that works for you – keeping your needs at the heart of the mortgage process.

Contact Fletcher today so he can help you reach your home financing dreams!

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