Darin Hunter - Branch Manager

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Meet Darin!
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What Is A HELOC?

Darin is a seasoned professional in the mortgage industry with over two decades of hands-on experience. As the esteemed branch manager of the Woodstock, GA location, he is a licensed loan officer operating across 27 states throughout the United States. Darin’s extensive experience is amplified by his recent accreditation as a Certified Mortgage Advisor, a testament to his expertise and dedication to continuous professional growth. His deep-seated knowledge, unwavering passion for assisting borrowers, and relentless drive to deliver the best mortgage experience set him apart in the competitive landscape. Darin’s commitment to excellence and personalized service not only meets but often exceeds the expectations of his clients, solidifying his position as a trusted and respected figure in the mortgage industry.

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Use our free mortgage loan calculator to start estimating how much home you can afford and what your payment will be. This calculator is for estimating purposes only.

There are many factors that can affect your mortgage rate and payment, including credit score, income to debt ratio and current assets. Our mortgage loan specialists at MortgageRight are ready to help you through the mortgage process.

The calculated results are intended for illustrative purposes only and accuracy is not guaranteed. Be sure to consult a financial professional prior to relying on the results.

The Benefits Of Refinancing

If you are looking for a lower rate to ease cash flow or a shorter term to get your mortgage paid off sooner, we can help you make the RIGHT decision.

Getting a new mortgage to replace the original is called refinancing. This process allows the borrower an opportunity to obtain a different interest term and/or rate. The first loan is paid off, then the newly refinanced loan goes into effect.

It is common for people to refinance when they have equity in their home, which is the difference between the amount owed on their mortgage and the appraised value of the home. In that situation, the borrower has an option to “cash-out” (hence the term cash-out refinance) the value of their home equity allowing them to remodel their home, consolidate debt, pay for college, or other expenses. 

Remodel / Renovation

Lifestyle Upgrades

New Start-Up Business

New Baby on board / Adoption expense

Debt Consolidation

Education expense

significant Home damage

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