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Mortgage Master

Adam Dahill
Mortgage Loan Originator
NMLS# 66099
135 West 50th Street 18th Floor
New York, NY 10020
Office: (212) 351-8020
Mobile: (917) 696-6010
Fax: (917) 677-7164
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About Adam Dahill
As your trusted mortgage loan officer, I will walk you through the loan process and support you from pre-approval through your closing/funding date. This website will be a useful resource for you throughout your loan process and provides many tools for you to utilize to ensure this is a stress-free experience. Whether you are a first time home buyer or seasoned buyer, you can trust me with all of your home financing needs. I appreciate your business and thank you for choosing me!
CT LIC # LO-66099 / NJ LIC # 66099 / PA LIC # 54668 / VA LIC # MLO-19197VA
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My Testimonials

My Testimonials

"This was by far the best service I have seen for a mortgage company, I have worked with a few companies and several brokers, but this one certainly deserves 5 stars. The company was very professional in handling the entire process efficiently and we were done with no issues and no stress… with the best deal I could find."
— Evie U. (Somerville, MA)


Mortgage Master Congratulates Top Producer: Adam Dahill

Mortgage Master Congratulates Top Producer: Adam Dahill

New York, NY. (February 9, 2016) — Adam Dahill, a Mortgage Loan Originator with loanDepot in the Manhattan area, has been recognized as being in the Top 1% in the Nation. Mortgage Executive Magazine, a leading mortgage industry publication, recently announced these results in a list of the Top 1% Mortgage Originators in America as ranked

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Published: February 10, 2016
Written By: Adam Dahill

What does “Brexit” Mean for US Mortgage Rates?

What does “Brexit” Mean for US Mortgage Rates?

You’ve probably heard about Britain’s momentous decision to leave the European Union by now, but have you thought about how this might affect your mortgage? Well if you haven’t, you should. With Britain’s vote for economic independence, and the instability of global stock markets, the 10 Year Treasury Bond rate plummeted on Friday – and

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Published: June 27, 2016
Written By: Mortgage Master
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