Todd McDermott

Branch Manager/Loan Originator
State Licensing
State Licensing
2679 Route 17M, Suite 3


Todd McDermott

I have been helping people achieve their dream of homeownership for over 30 years. I understand the concerns that many first-time homebuyers can have, so I personally sit with each of my clients and explain the mortgage process. That way we can address any questions at the very beginning. Communication is very important to me, and I work to make sure people are educated about their options. There are numerous loan programs available for both purchasing or refinancing; including but not limited to: Conventional, FHA, VA, USDA and Rehabilitation loans. I care about every person I work with and want them to have the best experience possible! I grew up in Cornwall, NY and still live and work in Orange County. I graduated from Cornwall High School and went on to receive my Associate’s Degree from Orange County Community College and my Bachelor’s Degree from Mount Saint Mary’s College. In my spare moments, I love to spend time with my wife and three children (including my three dogs). I coach at local basketball leagues, run, and spend time outdoors hiking and fishing. If you have any questions about the home buying process or any of your mortgage needs, please feel free to give me a call or contact me via email or my webpage anytime. Thank you!

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