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Michael Astorino

Field Mortgage Manager

Navy Federal Credit Union

HQ Phone: (703) 255-7947

Navy Federal Credit Union

820 Follin Lane

Vienna, Virginia 22180

United States

Company Description

Navy Federal Credit Union is the world's largest credit union with over $52 billion in assets, four million members, 229 branches and a workforce of over 10,000 employees worldwide. The credit union serves all Department of Defense military and civilian p... more

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Employment History

National Mortgage Sales Manager
Fay Servicing LLC

Sales And Operations Manager
Bank of America Corporation

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Michael Astorino, field ...

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Michael Astorino, field mortgage manager at Navy Federal Credit Union in Vienna, Va., says, "You should ask what happens if the appraisal comes in too low or your rate lock expires before closing or there are other problems at the last minute, because your lender should be able to help you set expectations and commit to getting you to settlement."

Astorino says consumers should expect the lender to ask questions in return about long-term plans for homeownership and overall financial goals. "You want someone who focuses on you, not on your loan," Astorino says.
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Astorino suggests that consumers focus first on overall goals such as paying off the loan in a certain number of years or keeping the monthly payments as low as possible, then zeroing in on the lender's fees and the annual percentage rate, or APR.


Michael Astorino, field ...

nwarealtorleta.com [cached]

Michael Astorino, field mortgage manager at Navy Federal Credit Union in Vienna, Va., says, "You should ask what happens if the appraisal comes in too low or your rate lock expires before closing or there are other problems at the last minute, because your lender should be able to help you set expectations and commit to getting you to settlement."

Astorino says consumers should expect the lender to ask questions in return about long-term plans for homeownership and overall financial goals. "You want someone who focuses on you, not on your loan," Astorino says.
...
Astorino suggests that consumers focus first on overall goals such as paying off the loan in a certain number of years or keeping the monthly payments as low as possible, then zeroing in on the lender's fees and the annual percentage rate, or APR.


Michael Astorino, field ...

nwarealtorleta.com [cached]

Michael Astorino, field mortgage manager at Navy Federal Credit Union in Vienna, Va., says, "You should ask what happens if the appraisal comes in too low or your rate lock expires before closing or there are other problems at the last minute, because your lender should be able to help you set expectations and commit to getting you to settlement."

Astorino says consumers should expect the lender to ask questions in return about long-term plans for homeownership and overall financial goals. "You want someone who focuses on you, not on your loan," Astorino says.
...
Astorino suggests that consumers focus first on overall goals such as paying off the loan in a certain number of years or keeping the monthly payments as low as possible, then zeroing in on the lender's fees and the annual percentage rate, or APR.


Michael Astorino, field ...

nwarealtorleta.com [cached]

Michael Astorino, field mortgage manager at Navy Federal Credit Union in Vienna, Va., says, "You should ask what happens if the appraisal comes in too low or your rate lock expires before closing or there are other problems at the last minute, because your lender should be able to help you set expectations and commit to getting you to settlement."

Astorino says consumers should expect the lender to ask questions in return about long-term plans for homeownership and overall financial goals. "You want someone who focuses on you, not on your loan," Astorino says.
...
Astorino suggests that consumers focus first on overall goals such as paying off the loan in a certain number of years or keeping the monthly payments as low as possible, then zeroing in on the lender's fees and the annual percentage rate, or APR.


Michael Astorino, field ...

nwarealtorleta.com [cached]

Michael Astorino, field mortgage manager at Navy Federal Credit Union in Vienna, Va., says, "You should ask what happens if the appraisal comes in too low or your rate lock expires before closing or there are other problems at the last minute, because your lender should be able to help you set expectations and commit to getting you to settlement."

Astorino says consumers should expect the lender to ask questions in return about long-term plans for homeownership and overall financial goals. "You want someone who focuses on you, not on your loan," Astorino says.
...
Astorino suggests that consumers focus first on overall goals such as paying off the loan in a certain number of years or keeping the monthly payments as low as possible, then zeroing in on the lender's fees and the annual percentage rate, or APR.

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