Maryland - Frederick
30 West Patrick St., Suite 300
Frederick, MD 21701
Mike Haggerty joins Embrace as a Senior Loan Officer from Presidential Bank Mortgage, where he worked for 25 years in loan origination. A native Washingtonian, he received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Delaware, and he’s traveled all of Europe and Australia, which has given him a greater appreciation for our quality of life in the U.S.
Michael is the proud father of four children – two boys and two girls. He enjoys a good workout at the gym in his leisure time. And his idea of the perfect day would be relaxing by the ocean with his closest friends, laughing and reminiscing about all the good times they’ve spent together.
5.0 Survey completed on April 11, 2021
Review By Mbalu F. for Mike Haggerty
Completed transaction in April 2021
Great at following up and providing reminders. I felt like I was in good hands and that Mike always had my best interests in mind.
5.0 Survey completed on March 23, 2021
Review By Steven D. for Mike Haggerty
Completed transaction in March 2021
I have completed a number of mortgage transactions with Mike and the service has always been outstanding. Great job!
5.0 Survey completed on February 08, 2021
Review By Angelita B. for Mike Haggerty
Completed transaction in February 2021
I had a great experience and have sent Mike 3 referrals. i had a
5.0 Survey completed on January 20, 2021
Review By James N. for Mike Haggerty
Completed transaction in December 2020
Repeat customer, would definitely recommend!
5.0 Survey completed on January 17, 2021
Review By Peace A. for Mike Haggerty
Completed transaction in January 2021
Good customer service. Very patient and thorough in explaining all the needed information to help the client make a well informed decision.
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