Steve Lines is a Loan Officer/ Business Manager at Starboard Financial. He has led production teams, operations, finances and compliance and was awarded Top Producer and President’s Club honors. Steve is a lifetime Arizona native and graduated from ASU with a degree in accounting in 2000. Before attending ASU he spent time in Ecuador where he learned Spanish which allowed him to begin his career as a Spanish-speaking loan officer in the United States. Steve currently shares his knowledge as an Instructor at the Arizona School of Real Estate, Homeownership Coach and is a frequent speaker at the national Mortgage Tech Summit events. Steve currently resides in Gilbert, AZ with his wife and three daughters where you can find him enjoying his personal time attending his kid’s volleyball games. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to http://starboardfinancial.com/loan-officers/steve-lines/ to contact Steven Lines.
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Now may be the perfect time for you to consider a refinance! Take advantage of this low rate market while it is still available. You may be able to lower your monthly payments or reduce the time it takes to pay off your loan. Turning your home’s equity into cash may also be an option for you…learn more
Locating the appropriate mortgage for your needs is just as important as finding the perfect dwelling. Whether you are a first-time homebuyer, shopping for extra square footage or bedrooms, or downsizing due to changes in your lifestyle, Starboard Financial has a wide range of products to fit any situation…learn more
A Reverse Mortgage, also known as a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM), is a unique lifestyle product that offers seniors access to the established equity in their home without having to leave their residence. As long as the borrower maintains the home and pays their property taxes and insurance, the borrower will make zero payments for the rest of their life…learn more
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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