About Scott

NMLS # 152048

With over 20 years in residential finance, Scott joined the NewRez team in the summer of 2010. His career began after his time at the University of Maryland when he joined an Annapolis based mortgage firm. In short order, he became one of their top Loan Officers specializing in refinances and debt consolidation. Wanting to expand his knowledge in the field, Scott accepted a position with one of the nation's largest home builders. As a loan officer for Lennar Builders, he added home purchase financing expertise to his growing resume, & in the time frame at Lennar he became the top producing loan officer “nationwide” for individual outside business.

Coastal Delaware's top real-estate agents began to recognize Scott as an extremely well rounded partner, well versed in all aspects of Conventional, FHA, VA and USDA loan programs. Perhaps Scott's greatest attribute is his competitive nature combined with an outgoing, friendly demeanor. For Scott it is always about getting things done and done well.

After 4 very successful years with Lennar, Scott took his growing list of business and borrower clientele to NewRez. NewRez's desire to grow its business in and around the coastal Delaware region and its strong residential platform are a perfect match with Scott's ability to attract business from the area's top real-estate professionals while providing second-to-none localized personal service to their buyer/borrower clients. Ask any one of them how their experience with Scott differs from the rest and you'll quickly understand why he has become one of Delaware's leading mortgage bankers.

When not spending time with his wife and two young boys on the beautiful Delaware beaches, Scott enjoys golf.


  • 19269 Coastal Highway , Suite 1
    Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
  • 240-475-4741
  • 484-594-2105
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