John Haberern

John Haberern

Retail Loan Officer

NMLS# 147664

About John

I entered the mortgage financing field 10 years ago after 16 years as a partner in the largest corporate catering company in the DC/Baltimore area. I take great pride in helping my clients reach their dreams of home ownership as well as assisting them to use their mortgage as a tool to achieve their overall financial goals.

I own a home in Catonsville and I am the proud father of two sons; Cooper, 11 and Griffin, 10. I coach my sons' baseball, basketball and football teams and I am a Basketball Commissioner in the Elkridge Youth Association. I enjoy playing competitive softball and I am an avid skier. I am a graduate of Penn State and my sons and I are also major Philadelphia sports fans.

Our team has a positive "can‐do" attitude and it is our philosophy that any problem that arises during a real estate transaction is merely an opportunity for a solution. We are proactive in analyzing a buyer's loan application to ensure the best options are available and that the transaction will close as scheduled. We work closely with the buyer and their agent to ensure that the deal not only gets done, but gets done right. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions and I will be happy to help you with all of your mortgage needs.

 

Office Details

Street Address

6250 Old Dobbin Ln
Suite 110
Columbia, MD 21045

Office Phone

301-919-4229

Fax

443-973-0022

Email

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