As your trusted loanDepot loan officer, I will walk you through every step of the loan process and support you from pre-approval through your closing date. This website will be a useful resource for you throughout your loan process and provides many tools for you to utilize to ensure this is a stress-free experience. Whether you are a first time home buyer or seasoned buyer, you can trust me and my team with all of your home financing needs. Don’t hesitate to reach out using the direct contact information located on this page. I appreciate your business and look forward to working with you!
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Here's what my clients are saying...
Aside from a super quick and painless pre-approval process, Paul was on call with super fast response times (pretty much always same day) to answer every single question I had about the home buying process... Many of which were surely out of his jurisdiction (and would have probably been answered in the classes which mortgage master does not require) and did the legwork to figure out and answer any question I had that he didn't know the answers to. I never had an unclear moment on what I could afford, where my money was going or what I was signing up for. Working with Paul is like having a super knowledgeable, enthusiastic cheerleader rooting you on in buying a home. I have another self-employed friend who has been thinking about buying a condo, who after my encouragement and recommendation to go see Paul is now putting in offers on her first home as well. Buying a home through a city department, you have to deal with a LOT of busy, lazy, unknowledgeable, rude and uncaring "professionals"... If everyone in the process was as friendly and helpful as Paul people of my generation wouldn't be so afraid to stop renting and buy property for themselves. All I can say to them is YOU CAN DO IT and Paul is there to help you!! I am loyal for life
E. C., Somerville, MA
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