Perry Silverman

Perry Silverman

Regional Sales Manager
NMLS ID 17297


Mortgage banking industry experience: 30+ years

Key Responsibilities:
  • Regional sales director reporting to EVP of Sales/Business Development & Acquisitions
  • Spearhead corporation’s retail expansion
  • Evaluate prospective mortgage consultants, branch managers and branch offices
  • Co-negotiator for new mortgage consultants, branch managers and branch offices
  • Pro forma analysis and ROI monitoring for new mortgage consultants, branch managers and branch offices
  • Logistics coordinator for new relationships, including demographics research; screening; cost analysis; on-boarding assistance; new relationship orientation; marketing; human resources & hiring; compliance & licensing; and on-going productivity

Contact Info

Cell Phone 516-398-4900

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Getting a pre-approval letter is the first step towards getting into a new home. You will need to answer some questions about your income, asset you may have and a credit check to see how much house you can afford. You will then receive a letter that contains the amount you are approved for based on the income, assets and credit information you provided.
After you found the right home, it's time to make an offer on the house. This involves submitting a letter that includes information about yourself, your offer price and anything else you like to include in the offer. Most offers include an earnest money deposit, which contains 1%-2% of the purchase price of the home.
An appraisal is always required to buy a home with a mortgage. It helps protect you as a borrower, by making sure that the current value of the property is not lower than what you are trying to buy it for.
Last step is closing on your home. You will receive a closing disclosure, that gives you information about what you need to pay and a summary of your loan details. At the closing meeting, you will sign a settlement statement, mortgage note and mortgage or deed of trust to secure the mortgage note. After which you are finally the owner of your new home.
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