Doug Carlton is a Loan Officer at Starboard Financial, where Doug brings a wealth of financial and mortgage industry. His innate skill for connecting with people on a personal level sets him apart from your average Loan Officer.
Doug has always had an affinity for numbers. That interest brought him to Arizona where he pursued his undergraduate studies at Arizona State University. Doug not only received his Bachelors at ASU, but after several successful years in the sales and mortgage industry, he returned back to ASU and attained his MBA from the nationally recognized W.P. Carey School of Business. Douglas is an expert in helping home buyers purchase homes with little to no money down.
Doug not only brings a wealth of financial and mortgage industry knowledge to Starboard Financial, but his innate skill for connecting with people on a personal level sets him apart from your average Mortgage Originator.
During his time away from the business, Doug enjoys being outdoors, staying physically and mentally fit, watching sports, spending time with his family and enjoying a glass of fine wine on occasion. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to http://starboardfinancial.com/loan-officers/douglas-carlton/ to contact Doug Carlton.
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