NMLS # 2067999
Putting People First
Putting people first- that’s what I believe in as a person and as a loan officer. That’s why I treat each of my clients like one of my friends. That’s why I want to know your story.
As a Real Estate Agent of 12 years, I know how important it is to build a successful team of experts when you are purchasing a home. Success isn’t just about a single decision, it’s a process. It’s about how that process helps you achieve your goals. As part of that team, I strive to make the process as fluid as possible to help you achieve your short-term and long-term goals.
Above all else, I value trust and integrity. As your loan officer, I’m here to answer questions, no matter how big or small. Together, we’ll talk about the kind of lifestyle you plan to live, exciting developments on your horizon, and any future plans or goals you strive to achieve.
“I will explain your options, then my team and I will manage every detail of your loan to ensure it closes on time“
Why Work With Ross?
As a Saline Alumni and current resident, I know the value and opportunities Southeast Michigan can bring. I’m currently enjoying watching my children grow, spending time with my family, and seeking out opportunities to further grow as an individual and loan officer.
Contact Ross today and see what he can do for you.
Get In Touch
Looking for loan advice? We’d be thrilled to talk about our rural development mortgage solutions with you. Call us at 734-855-4870.
One size doesn’t fit all. We are confident that one of our loan options will be perfect for you.
We administer a program through the State of Michigan that offers down payment assistance, or a subsidized interest rate, or a mortgage credit certificate to qualified buyers with a 640 or higher credit score.
The VA loan is a mortgage option available to Veterans, Service Members, and select military spouses that does not require ANY down payment and does not have monthly mortgage insurance.
Rural Development Loan
A $0 down payment loan that is available to qualifying buyers in more rural areas.
Loans backed by the Dept of HUD that require as little as 3.5% down that can help those with “less than perfect” credit purchase a home.
The “standard” home loan with as little as 3% down that is backed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac.