Richard Barnes

Embrace Home Loans Corporate

02842

25 Enterprise Center

Middletown, RI 02842

800-333-3004

About Richard

In October 2006, Richard Barnes joined Embrace. He strives to help his customers make their dreams of financial freedom a reality. He is passionate about his work - helping his customers navigate through and complete the mortgage process – ensuring that they are 100% satisfied and happy.

Before coming on board he worked for Good Brothers Ford, assisting buyers in obtaining affordable financing and processing their loan paperwork. Rich currently resides in Massachusetts with his wife and 2 gorgeous daughters. He enjoys hockey and spending time with his family.

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98% Customer Satisfaction Rating
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Inc 5000 Fastest Growing companies
Scotsman Guide Top Lender

Reviews(224)

5.0

5.0 Survey completed on July 04, 2020

Review By Nancy R. for Richard Barnes

Completed transaction in June 2020

Keeping us updated along the way.

5.0

5.0 Survey completed on June 29, 2020

Review By Paulette C. for Richard Barnes

Completed transaction in June 2020

Rich was great, he made sure I knew how the process would work and was very responsive when I had questions.

5.0

5.0 Survey completed on June 18, 2020

Review By Morris B. for Richard Barnes

Completed transaction in June 2020

Mr Barnes is as good as it gets when buying any property large or small He will work with you from start to finish. Most important You feel good about the Choice you made.

5.0

5.0 Survey completed on June 18, 2020

Review By Joanna F. for Richard Barnes

Completed transaction in June 2020

4.0

4.0 Survey completed on June 15, 2020

Review By Robert C. for Richard Barnes

Completed transaction in June 2020

The trans action went through without any great problem. Thanks.

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