Mortgage Loan Originator
Spanish Fort, AL
Buying a home can be stressful, but our experienced, successful Mortgage Team will be right there through the entire process to ease the stress.
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I am a native of Baldwin County, Alabama and have been residing on the Eastern Shore for the past 18 years. I currently live in Fairhope with my wife, son and English Cream Golden Retriever. I started my career in banking in 2005 and have acquired a great wealth of information about lending and the dynamic real estate market we face across our region.
I would be delighted to assist you in purchasing, refinancing or building the home of your dreams. My goal is to make the mortgage process as simple as possible through open and honest communication. Whether you are buying your first home or your 10th investment property, I will be there with you every step of the way to keep you informed on what’s next.
If you would like to discuss what the mortgage process looks like I would be happy to speak with you. You can reach me by calling 251-487-8976, dropping by my office in Spanish Fort, Alabama, or by sending me an email at email@example.com. I will gladly sit down with you to answer the questions you have.
"It was the best experience I have had doing a mortgage. I tell everyone that talks about anything mortgage related to come see you. Thank you and if I ever have to do another mortgage, I will definitely come see you."
I truly appreciate all your help in making the loan process so easy for me. You have been a great blessing to me and my family.
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