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A Trusted Advisor to Guide You Through the Home Loan Process
Looking for a home loan, refinance, or loan for an investment property? You need a mortgage professional to get you the best loan for your needs. My name is David Kutner, and that’s what I can do for you.
My clients will tell you I am a trusted, friendly advisor who will work for your best interests. I have over 30 years experience and would be happy to answer your questions on loans or your qualifications. No obligation. No sales pitch. Just friendly advice.
Here’s my direct number: 818-952-8666. Call me. Let’s talk.
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“While most inexperienced buyers think it is primarily the realtor who has to know their stuff when purchasing a house, the lender in most cases is just as important, if not more. There are so many things to watch out for, papers to sign and documents to get in. David and his staff were great. They communicated rapidly, cleared up questions and got my loan approved and funded faster than anticipated. You would be smart to use his company.”
David is a knowledgeable, competent and trustworthy mortgage broker who looks after the clients best interest at all times. He stays on top of things and lets me know what is happening with each step of the loan process. I don’t have any worries when David is doing a loan for any of my clients.”
“Can not recommend David enough! He gave me at least an hour consultation by phone for free– months and months before we were actually ready to buy a house. He helped steer us in the right direction as far as what we could afford and what we were looking for. We got pre-approved for a loan at our credit union and when we called David for a second opinion he found us a way better rate!”
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