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Steve Brown
Mortgage Loan Consultant | NMLS#217516
Tulsa, Oklahoma Area | Mortgage
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It begins with a conversation: The right education of an offered product connected to how to own the home you are after. That education, loan product and experience can either be seamless and easy, or it can be that thorn in your side that won’t quit nagging. Either result is, in fact, up to you and whom you choose to handle the heavy lifting during the home buying process. A native Oklahoman, Steve Brown brings 16 years of lending experience, 15 years specifically dedicated to mortgage lending, and offers to all in the home buying market. Steve loves the ability to help others. “One of the best things about my job is that I have the opportunity to help people achieve their goals. I’m not here to sell meaningless - I’m here to serve maximum.” Let’s face it, there are a lot of people that can get you from Point A to Point B, but not all are focused on you as much as on how many “yous” they can get done in a month. Steve is adamant about serving you from start to finish and ensuring that your whole experience is not only fluid and simple, but that you have peace of mind during each step. Buying a home doesn’t have to be scary, it just starts with an initial conversation. So, let’s have that conversation.