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Vice President and Senior Loan Of...

Nova Home Loans
1650 E. River Road
Tucson, Arizona 85718
United States

Company Description: NOVA HOME LOANS has served the needs of homeowners and homebuyers since 1980. We are able to originate loans in 15 states. In 2001, we merged our flexibility as a...   more
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NOVA® Home Loans, a Tucson based ...
www.tucsonnewsnow.com, 7 April 2014 [cached]
NOVA® Home Loans, a Tucson based mortgage lender, announced today that one of its Loan Officers, Paul Volpe, was named the #1 Loan Officer in America based on the number of loans closed by Volpe in 2013. NOVA® Home Loans, a Tucson based mortgage lender, announced today that one of its Loan Officers, Paul Volpe, was named the #1 Loan Officer in America based on the number of loans closed by Volpe in 2013.
Paul ...
www.lindabertuzzi.com, 25 Feb 2013 [cached]
Paul Volpe
Every loan officer will tell you they provide the "best" customer service; but in this case it's a guarantee rather than a just a catch phrase. Following graduation from U of A in 2000, Paul was mentored by his brother, Jon, CEO of NOVA HOME LOANS who, since 2001, ranked five times as America's #1 Loan Originator by Mortgage Originator Magazine, Broker Magazine, and Origination News.
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Paul served as the Volpe Team's "right hand" during those years. Paul soon achieved his own mark of success in the mortgage industry by thinking "outside the box" with difficult-to-place loans that other lenders simply couldn't put together. In addition to his business acumen, Paul is one of the nicest and most engaging financial problem solvers you will ever meet. He is a person you can imagine referring all your clients to with total confidence. When asked about the most essential ingredient in his transaction with clients, Paul names "integrity" as the single most important gift he can offer his clients in representing their needs. Paul now manages the Volpe Team with ease and has maintained the standard established by Jon to under promise and over deliver.
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Paul Volpe Vice President, Senior Loan Officer
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After years of discussion to join the Volpe Team, Ian moved his family back to their hometown of Tucson to further his career with Paul Volpe.
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Ian is now being mentored by Paul Volpe and has quickly become his "right hand man." Their philisophy is "under promise and over deliver" and they pride themselves on being available 24/7.
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www.uanews.org, 12 July 2011 [cached]
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"I bleed red and blue," said Paul Volpe, 31.
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"The university is a big part of our community and my life," Volpe said about why he gives back. "I wouldn't be the person I am today without it."
A native Tucsonan, Volpe started his college career as a preveterinary science major - an educational path that didn't last long. "I switched, my first semester, to business," he said.
As a sophomore, he began working for Nova Home Loans, and "the rest is history. He has been with the organization since and now serves as the company's vice president.
Although his early professional start meant less time for extracurricular activities, Volpe participated in UA club teams and attended business meetings through the Eller College of Management. "I was the kid who would roll up on my bicycle with my work-clothes on," he said, "but I still had a great college experience and made a lot of friends."
He attributes his professional success in part to the prestige of his degree: "The UA and its business school are very well-respected, and that has definitely given me a great foundation to help me be a better businessperson."
Friends attest that he not only is a savvy professional, but also is "genuine, giving, and caring," and "works tirelessly, around the clock, to make sure he can do what he thinks is best for our community."
Volpe aspires to continued growth in his career and to further supporting his alma mater.
Paul Volpe, vice president ...
explorernews.com, 5 Oct 2011 [cached]
Paul Volpe, vice president of Nova Home Loans in Tucson, said there is a lot of refinancing going on in Tucson, with Nova's refinancings doubling in the last couple of months.
"We're seeing rates in the high 3-percent to low 4-percent range for 30-year fixed mortgages, and in the low 3-percent to 3.25-percent for 15-year fixed mortgages," he said.
When Volpe talks with a client about refinancing, he first is interested in the client's current mortgage term and what their long-term goals are for the property. He then analyzes whether a refinance would be beneficial.
"If a client has an FHA loan, the FHA will allow a streamline loan if there is five percent savings between the old mortgage payment and the new one," Volpe said. "An appraisal isn't required for the FHA streamline. Likewise with a VA loan, as long as it is on time and meets the VA streamline requirements."
Those types of situations are the easiest to decipher as to whether Volpe can show a direct savings for the client.
"If the client has a conventional loan, things get a little more complex," Volpe pointed out. "It depends where the client is on the value of the property and whether it is backed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. In some cases, they may qualify for a HARP loan."
But, if a loan isn't backed by the big four - FHA, VA, Fannie or Freddie - then things can get very complicated, Volpe observed.
"Let's say it's a portfolio loan," he said.
Paul Volpe, vice president ...
explorernews.com, 5 Oct 2011 [cached]
Paul Volpe, vice president of Nova Home Loans in Tucson, said there is a lot of refinancing going on in Tucson, with Nova's refinancings doubling in the last couple of months.
"We're seeing rates in the high 3-percent to low 4-percent range for 30-year fixed mortgages, and in the low 3-percent to 3.25-percent for 15-year fixed mortgages," he said.
When Volpe talks with a client about refinancing, he first is interested in the client's current mortgage term and what their long-term goals are for the property. He then analyzes whether a refinance would be beneficial.
"If a client has an FHA loan, the FHA will allow a streamline loan if there is five percent savings between the old mortgage payment and the new one," Volpe said. "An appraisal isn't required for the FHA streamline. Likewise with a VA loan, as long as it is on time and meets the VA streamline requirements."
Those types of situations are the easiest to decipher as to whether Volpe can show a direct savings for the client.
"If the client has a conventional loan, things get a little more complex," Volpe pointed out. "It depends where the client is on the value of the property and whether it is backed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. In some cases, they may qualify for a HARP loan."
But, if a loan isn't backed by the big four - FHA, VA, Fannie or Freddie - then things can get very complicated, Volpe observed.
"Let's say it's a portfolio loan," he said.
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