Audrey Kuna

Audrey Kuna

Loan Officer NMLS# 2047488
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About
As Mortgage Loan Officer I bring a solid background as a business owner, real estate investor, and licensed real estate agent. This gives me perspective when working with a variety of clients. I especially enjoy helping people get into their dream homes or financing an investment property. I specialize in conventional/FHA loans, as well as foreign loans. In my spare time, I work with glass, especially mosaics, and am currently writing a book for preteens entitled The Shoe Party.
Disclaimer
Summit Mortgage Corporation NMLS# 1041 Summit Mortgage Corporation is an Equal Housing Opportunity lender. Licensed by the N.J. Department of Banking and Insurance.
For licencing and privacy information:https://www.summit-mortgage.com/legal/
NMLS Consumer Lookup: www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org
In some states DBA: Summit Home Mortgage Inc.
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    wendy B
    Winter Park, FL
    Posted on July 18th, 2021 02:38 PM
     Audrey kept me apprised of the process—start to finish. She answered every question immediately and followed up with me. She is a pleasure to be around—always upbeat but realistic in regards to a client’s expectations.
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    sara V
    Winter Park, FL
    Posted on June 12th, 2021 12:19 PM
     The personal touch and being treated like a person and not just a transaction.  That made all the difference--knowing that the people I am interacting with are people and letting me see that side of them.  
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    wendy B
    Winter Park, FL
    Posted on July 18th, 2021 02:38 PM
     Audrey kept me apprised of the process—start to finish. She answered every question immediately and followed up with me. She is a pleasure to be around—always upbeat but realistic in regards to a client’s expectations.
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    sara V
    Winter Park, FL
    Posted on June 12th, 2021 12:19 PM
     The personal touch and being treated like a person and not just a transaction.  That made all the difference--knowing that the people I am interacting with are people and letting me see that side of them.  
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