UNFCU
 

Daniel Scudieri

Mortgage Loan Officer

NMLS Registry Number - 836599

UNFCU
24-01 44th Rd.
Long ISland City, NY 11101, USA

Cell: +1 914-557-2242

Fax: +1 212-476-8745

Email: dscudieri@unfcu.com

Business Hours: 09:00–18:00 New York time, Monday – Friday

About Dan: With the cooperative value, “people, helping people,” very much at the center of his vocation, Daniel Scudieri assists members to successfully  navigate the home buying and refinancing process with ease.  In his role as mortgage loan officer at UNFCU, he specifically presents members with mortgage lending solutions and guides them every step of the way from securing pre-approval to contract signing.  Prior to joining UNFCU, Daniel served as a licensed mortgage loan originator at Warshaw Capital/WC Financial in Stamford, Connecticut. During a four-year tenure at Warshaw, he originated difficult and complex loans for homebuyers in the New York Metropolitan area.  An alumnus of Manhattan College in Riverdale, NY, he is an aficionado of fine art and the art of commercial real estate.

About UNFCU: Since 1947, UNFCU has been providing financial solutions to address the unique needs of our members. 
We offer flexible lending solutions for both fixed and adjustable rate mortgages in the US. Our experienced mortgage representatives guide members at every step of the home buying process.  We can help qualified members globally secure a US mortgage, including members with little credit history in the US such as G4 visa holders and foreign nationals.  Visit www.unfcu.org/US-mortgages to learn more about how we can help realize your dream of home ownership.

Click here to submit your application directly to me. I will be in contact with you within 24 hours to review your application and discuss any special circumstances you may have. 

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