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Christopher Jay Hess

Christopher Jay Hess

Mortgage Consultant

NMLS# 848800

GA #46528, MA #MLO848800, MO# 18849-MLO

About Chris

Christopher Hess is a Mortgage Consultant working out NewRez's Columbia, MD office. After earning a Bachelor's Degree from West Virginia University, Chris joined the NewRez team to work directly with consumers in order to help consumers with refinancing, debt consolidation, cash out options, and purchasing. He has received his National Mortgage Licensing certification and is individually licensed in the states of Maryland, Connecticut, as well as New Jersey. Chris prides himself on providing excellent customer service by direct communication with individual consumers. He has a vast knowledge of the mortgage industry and is always available to answer questions anyone may have concerning refinancing.

During his free time, Chris enjoys exercising, playing sports, and relaxing with his family and friends. He follows West Virginia University sports very closely, and will be a lifelong supporter of the school that gave him his education. Go Mountaineers!

Office Details

Street Address

6250 Old Dobbin Lane
Suite 110
Columbia, MD 21045

Office Phone

240-843-4121

Fax

484-594-2171

Email

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