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Caliber Home Loans

  • NameRyan Koenig
  • Phone586-615-5512
  • Fax855-462-8096
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Ryan Koenig
Branch Manager
NMLS#: 470678

92 Mill St | Rochester, MI 48307
Direct: 586.615.5512
Fax: 855.462.8096

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I am so glad you are including me on your exciting home purchasing or refinancing journey. Please contact me to find out how I can help you with your mortgage needs.

Michigan First Mortgage

  • NameBarb Bartus
  • Phone248-867-1581
  • Fax248-483-4568
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Barb Bartus

Sr. Loan Officer
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248.424.5326

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NMLS #318445
Rochester Hills
1460 Walton Blvd. Suite 107
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48309

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Mortgage One

  • NameSara Selvaggio
  • Phone586-246-1165
  • Fax586-329-1219
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Sara Selvaggio

Sara is orginally from the metro-Detroit area and graduated from Western Michigan University with a bachelors of business administration, majoring in sales and business marketing. She has lived in the Detroit area for most of her life, but spent some years on the west side of Michigan. From there, she spent a few years living in downtown Chicago working as a freight broker for a startup logistics company. That company was sold to UPS in 2015 for $1.8 billion. After closing that chapter, she came back to Michigan to join the D team. Sara has a few years under her belt with Mortgage 1, and works very well with first time and repeat home buyers. She specializes in the tri-county area and has a lot of experience with the MSHDA programs but can help with all of your financing needs.

 

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586-246-1165

NMLS# 1465915

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About Searching Michigan Homes by Janet Hull & Thomas Bush

Making Your Home Our Promise… What is it, exactly, that makes buying or selling your home so unique? Is it the location? Is it the actual size of the home? Is it the interior layout and design? Or how about whether it has a big backyard, or a great view, or maybe its proximity to your kids’ school or local parks? The truth of the matter is that there is no magic in the buying or selling of any home. It simply comes down to three universal factors: Timing Peoples’ Wants and Needs Chemistry (the actual feeling that one gets when entering the home itself, or driving through the neighborhood) Going beyond these three factors is merely a formality, but this formality is exactly what we do, and do well. We take the headache out of buying or selling your home. Period. When you are ready to select your professional partner in this process, we are ready to get started.

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