GA #42605, MO #18003-MLO, MA #MLO248188
Mark has been helping families with their mortgage needs for over 10 years. He has seen the changes that have taken place in this industry and has adapted through those years. He has the knowledge that it takes to customize the perfect solution for a client to assist them in reaching their financial goals. Mark uses a consultative approach to speaking with a client because every situation is unique. With such a wide variety of mortgage products available through NewRez, it is imperative to listen to a client's needs to customize a program that suits them specifically.
Mark currently holds active licenses to originate mortgage loans in 27 states throughout the United States and understands that there are often relocation needs that come up throughout a person’s career. Mark wants to make the transition an easy one for a family that is on the move.
Mark can also assist families that are upsizing or downsizing their homes with purchase loans to meet their personal needs. Mark will also provide services for borrowers looking to refinance for either a lower rate, a lower term or to pay off some outstanding debts.
Purchase, refinance, cash-out, VA, FHA, minimal equity, jumbo, investor and damaged credit…the circumstances that families face today call for a loan consultant that possesses a vast product knowledge. Mark is that person.
Mark, just wanted to touch base again ant thank you for your efforts and the professional manner you handled my refi. It was a pleasure to deal with you as everything proceeded exactly as stated. You'll always be my first recommendation for anyone looking to refi. Thanks again.
I wanted to send you both a quick note of thanks for your handling of my mother-in-law's recent refinance through New Penn. She's not terribly comfortable with "financial things" but she said she felt very confident throughout the process. You working with her so that she understood what information she needed to provide, and even walked her through closing an aged, unused account. Having working with her on "financial things" myself, I know it can be challenging - so THANK YOU very much for your patience and professionalism.
I contacted Mark Evans about refinancing my existing loan. Mark was extremely responsive and professional in answering my numerous questions and helping me understand what step we were at each day. I was initially skeptical given that I have never dealt with this lender before, but after meeting Mark face to face at their office and seeing the organized and purposeful demeanor of his group, my reservations were minimized. We closed one week early on my 30 day rate lock as I was timely in providing him the information he needed. Overall, I could not be happier with the lender I chose. Working with a lender whom you can meet face to face and will treat you as a person (and not a number) is critical in my opinion, as is working with a professional that knows the process, is organized, and knows how to get things done, like Mark. The cash you get from any lender is the same. The experience is absolutely not. Choose wisely in your decision as to which lender to go with. My rule for this is, if you wouldn't recommend them to your mother-in-law, don't do it yourself. And I would recommend Mark and his team at New Penn Financial to my mother-in-law. If that isn't glaring praise...you don't know my mother-in-law and her ability to nag.
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