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Mortgage Master

Anders L. Nilsson
Senior Loan Officer
NMLS# 83569
153 Andover Street Suite 200
Danvers, MA 01923
Office: (617) 539-0355
Fax: (978) 418-9193
About Anders L. Nilsson
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!
MA LIC # MLO83569 / ME LIC # 83569 / NH LIC # NH83569
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"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)
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Decoding Lender Lingo: The ABCs of Mortgage Acronyms

Decoding Lender Lingo: The ABCs of Mortgage Acronyms

Let’s face it; acronyms are a way of life. From socials media’s “LOLs” and “TBTs,” we see and deal with acronyms all the time. Mortgage lending is no different, and we understand that sometimes talking to your mortgage loan officer can feel like decoding a foreign language. Between the DTIs and LTVs, it is easy

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Published: August 25, 2015
Written By: Mortgage Master
 

How To Get The Most ROI For Your Home Improvement Dollars

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How To Get The Most ROI For Your Home Improvement Dollars

Home improvements can be quite costly. Some are worth the investment, yet others, not so much. The key is to determine your immediate and long-term goals before making the decision. Are you planning to sell in one, five, or 15 years? Are you improving to get a higher selling price or for your personal livability? The

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Published: August 17, 2015
Written By: Mortgage Master
 
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