Daryl EdsonLoan Officer | NMLS #204968
Daryl Edson is a graduate of the college of Construction Engineering from Arizona State University. Daryl actively helps clients restructure troubled mortgages and assisting in credit repairs. As a licensed loan originator in the state of Arizona with over 14 years’ experience, you can be assured that your mortgage needs will always be professionally and ethically handled.
He has established continued relationships with past clients who still remain loyal clients and friends. As a personal investor he has extensive knowledge of the current mortgage and real estate markets. He is an active volunteer with Arizona Gymnastics Institute Booster Club, for the enrichment of young athletes, as well as a volunteer for various local charities. He is a family man with 2 wonderful and talented children. Education and experience will assure successful completion of your mortgage requirements.
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