John MullinsSenior Loan Originator | NMLS 1140418
John Mullins has been in Arizona since 1992 and graduated as a Gilbert Tiger in 2002. He has been married for 10 years to Chimene and they have 2 children ages 8 and 4. At the age of 24 John earned his Master’s Degree in Business Administration with emphasis in Finances. Passionate about helping others he found himself in education advisement for 8 years. In 2013 with encouragement from friends and family, John decided to make a transition into the mortgage industry and for the last 5 years has worked for the 2 two largest direct lenders in the United States. After much success and experience he is very passionate about being closer to home, spending more time with his family, and building a more personal network within the community. Two things he contributes his success to are being up front and honest with people, and getting them the best deal possible.
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When you take out a mortgage, it will have a specified term over which you must repay the balance. In most cases, this term will be 15 to 30 years in length. However, if you make extra payments, or if you decide to refinance, you may pay off your mortgage before this...read more