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I'm Aramis Moreira
Executive Loan Officer

NMLS#: 1776772

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Aramis Moreira is a seasoned professional with a diverse background that has shaped his career in the mortgage industry. With a degree in Mass Communications and a minor in Finance from the Florida International University, he initially ventured into entrepreneurship, playing a pivotal role in launching multiple successful restaurants in both Miami, FL, and Scottsdale, AZ. His journey led him to the world of mortgage banking, where he has thrived as a mortgage advisor at some of the nation’s leading mortgage companies.

Over the last 15 years, Aramis has dedicated himself to his clients’, providing personalized care. He is passionate about helping people achieve their goals, whether it’s a business owner seeking to establish new venture or individuals in need of mortgage advice. His commitment to exceptional customer service is reflected in his extensive knowledge of various program guidelines and his dedication to coaching clients to identify their best interests. He tirelessly works to fulfill every promise, ensuring that clients receive the support and guidance they need to make informed decisions.

Based in Scottsdale, AZ, Aramis shares his home with his dog, cat, and fiancée. He’s actively involved in the community and frequently visits his second home in Miami, FL. Looking ahead, he aspires to acquire a residence in a northern location, allowing him to indulge in his love for skiing during the season. Among his clients and colleagues, Aramis is known for his affinity for a good cup of coffee and the go-to source for honest advice!

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Our Loan Process...


A loan pre-approval sets you up for a smooth home buying experience.


Start working with a real estate agent and viewing homes.


A few documents are needed to get a loan file through underwriting.


Assemble all the necessary paperwork and details for the underwriter.


They closely evaluate all the documentation in the loan package.


Documents are drawn and sent to the title company for closing.

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