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My name is John Moran and I am thrilled that you are visiting my page and considering me for your mortgage needs.

I began my real estate career in 2000 immediately after my education at the University of Wisconsin. I moved to New York and started selling and renting homes as a real estate agent in Manhattan. I quickly realized that I had a knack for the financing side of the transactions and decided to move to a mortgage brokerage in Chicago, IL. In 2003, I moved to Scottsdale and spent over a decade helping people finance their homes. I now reside in sunny Denver with my wife and two little pups.

I am very excited about being with Cardinal Financial. As a Realtor-centric lender, Cardinal Financial offers me the chance to really concentrate on helping people purchase their dream homes.

Over my mortgage career (and life in general) I have learned two very important things. The first is that doing things right the first time will always save you work in the long run. Simply taking the time to properly do the job upfront is much easier. The second is that there is nothing better for marketing yourself than an ecstatic client. Regardless of whether you are working with a borrower, an agent or anyone else, the most effective approach is keeping everyone accurately informed and delivering what you promise.

My pledge to do my best to do things right the first time and make sure you walk away as an ecstatic client.


Great experience!
I worked with John Moran last year to purchase my home in Scottsdale and I couldn't be happier. He was prompt in responding to my questions and always picked up the phone. If you are looking for a good mortgage guy, look no further.
By jamesduncan85251 on August 4, 2013
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