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Steven Bokser

Loan Officer

NMLS #18935

Address
99 Rosewood Drive Suite 225
Danvers, MA 01923
Contact
Phone
(781) 618-3316 (781) 618-3316
Cell phone
(781) 789-0650 (781) 789-0650
Email
[email protected]
Fax
781-859-0103
Specializes in
Purchase and Refinance
Purchase and Refinance
Purchase
Purchase
Refinance Loans
Refinance Loans

Awards

MEET YOUR LOAN OFFICER

About Steven

Steve works as Director of Mortgage Programs at CrossCountry. He provides a wealth of mortgage knowledge, having assisted borrowers with their purchase and refinance loans for the past 30 years in the mortgage industry.

He has consistently been ranked as the top loan officer for many years at mortgage companies, prior to his joining CrossCountry in 2016. His personal touch and sense of organization when working with borrowers makes Steve a sought-after mortgage loan officer.

Steve currently represents the Mass Police and the Mass. Nurses Associations assisting 44,000 members in their mortgage pursuits. Steve also works with mortgage clients outside of the associations as well.

Steve's background includes extensive tax knowledge related to his past experience working as a supervisor in the CPA tax profession. The combination of mortgage and tax experience makes Steve a unique mortgage consultant to work with. Steve has also successfully worked in the past as a licensed real estate agent.

His combination of mortgages, taxes and real estate experience helps mortgage borrowers receive the maximum experience when buying property. Definitely a heavy hitter to have on your team when buying property.

Steve always take the lead and initiative to ensure borrowers receive the ultimate representation in their transaction.

His philosophy has always been "We work for the borrower"

Blog

Recent Posts and Articles

  • Is a VA Loan Right for You?

    If you need a mortgage and are a current member of the U.S. Military, a Veteran, or a Surviving Spouse, a VA loan is an option for you.

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    Navigating a Hot Homebuying Market Amid Rising Rates

    Spring and summer are typically strong periods for home sales, and this season may be more competitive than ever. When navigating today’s complex mortgage environment, here are some things to consider based on recent trends.

  • A home prepared for colder weather after following tips to winterize your home

    Frosty Fixups: 10 Ways to Winterize Your Home

    Whether you’re facing snow showers or sunny days, now is the time to follow our home winterization checklist to stay warm all season long.

  • Fall Check Up: Protect Your Home in 10 Steps

    Preparing for a new season may spotlight home repairs. Maybe it’s something simple, or perhaps your roof is caving in! Read more about fall home maintenance and how we can help.

A homeowner with a child on his lap calculating whether to buy a new home or refinance his home loan

Owning a home is fun and fulfilling!

What’s not to love about having a space that is entirely yours? You can paint your bathroom fuchsia, have hardwood in the master, put up a wild Mosaic in the kitchen, install a smart thermostat, you name it. After all, it’s your home!

Equally enjoyable are the other personal and financial advantages of being a homeowner: security and stability, equity and wealth building, and more! I’m here to help you get the most from your home financing — whether you’re buying your first home, moving up or downsizing to match your lifestyle, or refinancing your current mortgage.

Resources

Helping your home financing process go smoothly.

  • There are some major milestones on your road to home financing. As your loan officer, I’ll be with you every step of the way to make sure you understand each one and get through them quickly.

  • How much will your mortgage payment be? How much can you save if you refinance? Is it better to buy than rent? Use these online calculators to crunch the numbers and see for yourself.

  • I separate myself from other lenders by offering a broader selection of home financing options — from loans for first-time homebuyers to refinance programs for accessing your home’s equity.

  • Before you explore the endless options of home financing, some preparation is in order. Planning ahead for your mortgage is the key to an easier and more successful home financing process.

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