GA #46525, MA #MLO1019055, MO# 18745-MLO
Steve assists current and prospective homeowners in obtaining a mortgage that best suits their needs by offering a wide range of options. With a wealth of experience, he understands how to exceed customer's expectations and personally guide them through the loan process. He also has in-depth experience focused in the areas of risk management, credit evaluation, compliance and analysis.
Steve is licensed in the states of CA, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, MA, MD, NJ, PA, RI, and VA. (NMLS # 1019055)
Steve is originally from York, PA and attended York College of Pennsylvania. Since that time, he has lived in the states of Maine, Oregon, New Mexico and Maryland.
Good afternoon Steve, I want to thank you for everything that you did for my husband in this process. You made it very easy and comfortable for him and for myself. We appreciate all the help from your company. We were shown respect and generosity during the entire process. Once again thank you very much.
Thank you Steve for all of your help and professional service that you have provided to our family. You are always on top of everything and your response time couldn't be better. I will always recommend you to anyone who needs to finance or refinance their home.
After literally a dozen or more occasions of responding to refinance solicitations over the last couple years all leading to a dead end because of flooding insurance issues, I can’t say enough about how you guys went the extra mile to resolve all of that and find me a deal. It is going to save me literally thousands of dollars per year. Not to mention I could not imagine the process going anymore easily and smoothly .Thanks again Steve
This process was made simple and straight forward with Steve’s assistance. I would recommend New Penn Financial to anyone looking to refinance and/or purchase a home. Steve is the best!
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