I'm not quite sure what year this is, but that is my brother on the left in the white jumpsuit. And I am on the right. I have no idea where my parents got those outfits, but I'm glad they are a thing of the past.
As I said, I got into the mortgage business in 1986 right out of college. I was a loan processor my first year, and then I was a loan officer in 1987. I have also been a branch manager and vice president. I am currently a senior loan officer with 1st Mariner Mortgage. Putting together mortgages, helping the consumer, and trying to offer the latest technology and best use of systems is my passion.
There are many things that you can do on my website, one of them is to get pre-qualified. It is essential to know your parameters well in advance of even looking for a home. There are also things that might come up during the pre-qualification process that we may need a lot of time to address and fix. So it is critical to get pre-qualified as early as possible.
When you have found a home and written an offer that is accepted, it is time to formally apply for a loan. You should complete the loan application by clicking on the "Apply" button, and bookmark the pertinent documentation checklist to send in the necessary documents to us.
At this point you would click on each section and determine what supporting documents that you need to send in for your formal loan application. You can send in the documents via overnight mail, they can be emailed as PDF attachments, or you can upload them directly to our system.
You can watch "Tucci TV" to get educated on various topics about the mortgage process. You can also learn about me on some of these videos. I try to be as transparent as possible in discussing the service that I offer.
My blog is a wealth of information. Any mortgage topic that you can imagine is on my blog. Read the blog, search topics, and make comments. If you read my blog I promise that you will know all that you need to in order to be an educated mortgage consumer.
You can click on each square on my online game board and it will describe in detail each step of the process. It will help educate you as to each phase of the loan. There are also tips to save money and help you with homeowners insurance, general contractors, title insurance, and much more.
I don't believe that there is anything that you would need to know about mortgages that is not covered on my website. Education, video, pre-qualification, formal loan application, news, mortgage calculators, tools for realtors, and much more. This really is a one-stop shop for all that you need to know about mortgages.