Michael Petrovich graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2002. After moving back to Omaha (and briefly back into his parents’ basement) he started working as a Mortgage Loan Officer. In that time Michael saw the subprime market rise and fall and the 2008 financial downturn that readjusted the mortgage market. Through this Michael learned the importance of knowing the ins and outs of each mortgage program. The government rules vary for each loan program and change frequently. This leaves a lot of room for error if a buyer’s loan officer does not have an understanding of the loan program. In today’s mortgage market, an educated Mortgage Loan Officer can mean the difference between a smooth loan process and, possibly, a buyer without a home the day of close.
Michael does not consider himself a salesman, but someone that can guide a buyer through the difficult and often stressful process of financing a home. Often buyers do not contact a Mortgage Loan Officer until the moment they are ready to purchase a house for fear of getting a high-pressure sales pitch. This can lead to a higher rate or missed opportunity on a house. Michael would be happy to answer any of your questions and provide guidance with no pressure to “buy now”. Contact Michael Petrovich today if you have any questions before starting the home buying process.