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Tim Martin – Coldwell Banker Westport’s in-house Mortgage Loan Officer – Professional Biography

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

Tim Martin, Senior Loan Officer, NE Moves Mortgage

Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System: License #16273
Connecticut Department of Banking: License #1801

Professional Biography:

Tim has a strong educational foundation including a Bachelor’s of Science degree and a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in Finance degree cum laude from Rutgers University, School of Business. On this foundation, he has built 10 years of originating and successfully closing over 2,500 residential mortgages nationwide totaling over $350,000,000. With transactions ranging from small rural housing to multimillion dollar estates and clients from all walks of life, Tim specializes in customizing financing to meet his client’s individual needs. His goal is to guide his clients through the ever changing process of obtaining a mortgage while making the experience as smooth and seamless as possible.

Areas of expertise include:

Property types: Single Family dwellings, Townhomes, Condominiums, Co-ops, Manufactured housing, Planned Unit Developments, Multi-Unit properties

Occupancy Types: Primary homes, Secondary/Vacation homes, Investment Properties

Products: Conventional, Jumbo, FHA, VA, CT Housing Finance Authority, First time buyer, Fixed, Adjustable, Interest Only, and many more

A message from Tim:

Choosing the right Loan Officer is an essential component in any successful real estate transaction. I look forward to understanding your needs and matching them with a product that is competitively priced and fully satisfies those needs. Please contact me at 203-917-2800 or via email at Tim.Martin@NEMoves.com to be preapproved, review our current product offerings and interest rates, or discuss any other mortgage needs.

Contact:

Phone: 203-917-2800

Email: tim.martin@nemoves.com

Web site: www.nemmortgage.com/timmartin

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STIMULUS PACKAGE FROM FEDERAL GOVT’S

Thursday, November 13th, 2008
As you all know, the Federal Govt’s. Stimulus Package for 2008 included raising the conforming loan limits from $417,000 to $708,750 for Fairfield County. Now that
2008 is coming to an end, we have been anxiously waiting for news on a 2009 Stimulus Package that might continue(for another year) the higher conforming loan limits. Well, we finally got the news we’ve been waiting for………….the national conforming loan limits will revert back to $417K for 2009 EXCEPT in a few “high cost area’s” across the country.  Fairfield County happens to be one of those area’s and the new conforming loan limit for 2009 will be $511,750!!
The new mortgage loan limit will be a significant drop from the current $708,750 limit($197,000 less) which we’ve enjoyed in 2008 but better than the $417,000 limit most of the country will have to adhere to. This “interim” loan amount has been known by mortgage professionals as the “Conforming/Jumbo” and/or “Agency Jumbo” limit.

Mortgage

Monday, October 13th, 2008

Despite all the negative press and media coverage lately, we still have plenty of banks ready and willing to lend money for purchasing or refinancing residential and commercial real estate. In fact there are still “stated income” loans available for loan amounts of up to $3,000,000! The rules are somewhat more strict, but none the less the banks are willing to lend.

What’s Cooking in Real Estate?

Friday, May 30th, 2008

Watch out Rachel Ray, Carla’ s Kitchen is coming to a listing near you. Check out what everyone’s been talking about at CarlaRealty.com, and watch “What’s cooking in Real Estate” Videos showcasing Carla preparing delectable dishes. Plus-you can take a guided tour of the rest of the house as food simmers.

Every great meal starts with the right ingredients.

Call Carla today and find out how to put her recepe for success to work for you! 

MEMORIAL DAY

Thursday, May 22nd, 2008

Memorial Day is more than the start of summer. It is an opportunity to pause and remember the sacrifices, the gallantry, and bravery, to remember the fallen.

Over the past century, more than 35 million men and women answered the call to arms in World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf, Iraq, and countless other unnamed military engagements. More than half a million of these men and women never came home. Some died in battle, others in captivity; but all died much too soon.

Recent military action in Afganhistan and Iraq has offered vivid reminders of the human reality of war: ordinary men and women leaving their homes and families, to risk their lives for an ideal of honor and duty, to protect the soldier next to them, and to preserve our freedom. People of patriotism and goodwill may debate the merits of any given war, police action, or humanitarian mission. But there should be no debate about our debt to the hundreds of thousands of American citizens who have given the ultimate sacrifice for their country.

Memorial day is a perfect time for us to honor and give thanks to the brave men and women of our Armed Forces who continue to risk their lives–sometimes paying the ultimate price–in order to ensure the peace, safety and prosperity of their fellow American,” stated Jeffrey reynolds, President/CEO of AmericanFlags.com. “We at AmericanFlags.com want to make sure that on Memorial Day our veterans, our troops and their families see a flag on every home in America and understand the true depth of our gratitude.”

Pensiero…………

Tuesday, April 29th, 2008

Venerdi’ scorso ho lanciato il ” What’s Cooking in Real Estate”, ho avuto tantissimi complimenti da parte di colleghi, clienti etc… le ricette sono buone…………. vedremo se l’idea e’ valida. 

Views from my window!

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008

Every morning I have my coffee looking outside my window and every day I feel very lucky to wakeup to such great views. Look at this picture!

White Heron on Tupelo Road