Title: Mortgage Loan Originator
Office Phone: (401) 400-8966
Mobile Phone:(401) 474-4117
Fax: (401) 753-6645
Neil Russo was born and raised in the Providence area of Rhode Island, in 1979. As an alumni of Johnson & Wales University, Neil received his degree in Architectural Computerized Design & Drafting and concentrated in this field of work for a couple of years until switching professions into the banking and mortgage industry in 2003. Neil became a top performer every year in sales and has experience as a Sales Manager as well. Holding mortgage banking licenses in CT, MA, MD, NH, RI, and VA, Neil has the experience for over 13 years with specializing in residential financing for clients looking to purchase or refinance.
Neil’s business objective is to specifically design a mortgage that’s tailored for each individuals needs and goals. He makes himself available at all possible times and believes that everything comes down to communication. Neil is always looking out for his clients best interest and to help direct them to the best financial decision that fits their needs. Working with clients from that first inital phone call to the day his clients get the keys to their new home is the biggest pleasure for Neil. Please contact Neil for any financing questions or needs.
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