Michael TaylorMortgage Loan Originator | NMLS 943072
Michael Taylor is a Loan Officer at Starboard Financial, where Michael listens to the needs of the customers and helps to lay out lending solutions for home buyers including a focus on affordability of payment while being mindful of out of pocket funds needed. Michael seeks to establish trust and to explore all available lending products and ultimately to educate buyers to the characteristics of each so any selection comes from a solid foundation of understanding.
Michael has worked with some of the largest and most respected financial institutions in the world including JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, as well as lenders for National Home builders DR Horton and Lennar/ Cal Atlantic Homes. Among other distinctions in the field. Michael helps a network of trusted Real Estate and Financial professionals to transform lives of families through home ownership and planning for overall financial health to build communities one thousand at a time. Michael is an expert in helping home buyers purchase homes with little to no money down.
Michael is a committed father, avid golfer and raving formula 1 fan from Anthem, AZ. Please email email@example.com go starboardfinancial.com/loan-officers/michael-taylor/ to contact Michael.
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