Good Luck. Please let Mike know we referred him
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The Schaffer Realty Group
Scott M. Dillon
Senior Loan Officer
Preferred Service Mortgage
202 957-4998 cell
Svetlana P. Casey
(301) 509-9973 Cell
(202) 387-6180 Office
(202) 387-6185 Fax
I understand your concern about finding a reliable lender, or mortgage consultant. I would strongly suggest, if you bank with Wachovia bank in Atlanta, just pop in your branch and talk to a banking mortgage consultant, whom you can talk and work together face to face. At Wachoiva bank, we provide loans in 50 states in the US with a process of easy and fun.
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Dominic Turano, Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
1225 New York Ave, NW, Suite 350
Washington, DC 20005
Rob Riggins, Washington Home Mortgage
7508 Wisconsin Ave., NW
Bethesda, MD 20814
They both really know their stuff and will give you the straight scoop. If they can't do it for you, I'd be surprised. They are both reputable and professional, and most importantly, RELIABLE when it comes time to produce the money at closing. :)
Good luck with your move,
I own a mortgage business in Maryland and am glad to help you. My company, FreeStar financial has the lowest mortgage rates in the area, better than any bank. We are a small boutique firm lending in Maryland, DC and Virginia.
Here's the info for Chad & Karen: 240.497.1772 and 240.497.1716
Bill Mulholland: 301.926.2368
Be sure to shop around for the best rates! Most places should give you a free, no-obligation pre-approval. Let me know how you make out!
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( 757 ) 448-6413 ( Office )
( 757 ) 971-2876 ( Cell )
2. Lorie Woodruff
410-897-6404 ( Office )
240-463-7971 ( Cell )
3. Kevin Taylor
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
( 301 ) 455-8769 ( Cell )
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That sounds a bit shortsighted from the broker, especially b/c you have documentation of your new salary. Below are are broker and lender I recommend. I have personally used Matt Piester to purchase several tricky investment properties, and I have used Barbara on one of mine as well. Remember that rates are volatile right now, so ask if you can "lock and float down" your rate, meaning you lock a rate once you go under contract, but you get to float down once in case rates fall before you close. Also, check out our website (DROdio Real Estate) for web search tools that might be especially helpful for long distance buyers. Sasha (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Barbara Haard (Wells Fargo)
Matt Piester (Mortgage Advisory Group)
703-860-3141 - O
703-628-3998 - Cell
703-860-3143 - Fax
Agreed, I've was surprised that a lender would balk at a couple that had excellent credit (779 and 777 FICO) and 10-years of salary and credit history, and yet balk by saying your salaries are currently in Atlanta and not D.C. A bit curious. Almost like giving up good business; particularly because we're ready to put 20% down on the new home.
Any other recommendations as to brokers or lenders welcomed. Thank you!