I am here to assist you with all your mortgage needs. I will help you consider a whole range of factors regarding your lending needs whether you're purchasing your first home, a second home or refinancing. I will make every effort to simplify the lending process with step-by-step guidance from application to closing.
I am committed to providing you with the best customer service available. If you want to get started on a home loan, contact me today.
11020 David Taylor Drive
Charlotte, NC 28262
I recently refinanced my mortgage through New Penn. Michael Fontana contacted me after I submitted an online application. I told him I was recently turned down by two other companies. He informed me that New Penn wasn’t like most other companies because they also service their loans which gives them the opportunity to work with each client’s individual situation. I decided to go through the process again with New Penn. Michael was very professional and kept me informed as things progressed. He responded to all my calls and emails. I was pleased with the staff I interacted with during this process. I would like to take this opportunity to thank New Penn Financial for making my refinance possible, when others couldn’t. I will definitely be referring any interested friends and family to Michael. Thank you
MICHAEL FONTANA was exceptional !!!!!!!!!! He supplied at times, much needed personal encouragement and humor. Thank you MICHAEL FONTANA for an easy, quick closing!
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