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CT Liberty Mortgage To Offer Monthly Education For Consumers

CT Liberty Mortgage, LLC
Contact: Danielle Neveu, dneveu@ctlibertymortgage.com
5 Forest Park Drive  | Farmington, CT  06032
860.606.0099

Farmington, CT – Locally owned CT Liberty Mortgage, LLC is pleased to offer ongoing education to the community titled “The Learning Hour”.  This seminar will provide information for both potential homebuyers and those looking to refinance.  The new program was developed out of a need for consumers, as navigating the mortgage process can be very overwhelming. 

Owner Cara Britton states, “We realize that so many consumers today research the internet when they start the home buying or refinancing process.  The amount of information available can be extremely confusing.  We are seeking to simplify the process and most importantly develop a relationship that can be relied upon.”

CT Liberty Mortgage encourages local real estate agents to attend The Learning Hour with their clients.  Trish Murphy, Realtor with Coldwell Banker of Avon states “CT Liberty Mortgage is always thinking outside the box.  The Learning Hour is a wonderful opportunity for homebuyers to ask questions in an informal setting without the sales pressure.” 

The program will run on the second Wednesday of every month from 7-8pm at the company’s office in Farmington.  Interested parties can call 860.606.0099 or email info@ctlibertymortgage.com to reserve a spot in advance. 

CT Liberty Mortgage, LLC (NMLS #6297) is celebrating 9 years in business and specializes in purchase and refinance loans in Connecticut and New York. The company’s philosophy is that the mortgage process can be complicated and it is important to work with someone you can trust.  Owners Melissa Hayes and Cara Britton recently presented at the 2013 New England Women in Banking Conference in Newport, RI.  Hayes is also the current President of the Connecticut Mortgage Association. 

 

For more information visit www.ctlibertymortgage.com

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