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Scott Carpenter

Branch Manager at Midwest Equity Mortgage, LLC

I have over 17 years of experience in management and leadership in the St. Louis mortgage banking and financial industry. In addition to strong mortgage industry experience, I provide each client with the expert guidance they require throughout their client-specific mortgage process.

As branch manager, I am dedicated to serving the home financing needs of you, my client. My team offers timely support during the loan process, and is always available to help answer any questions you may have. Our undivided attention and regard to detail insure you will receive the highest level of service in the industry. We strive to close loans on time, every time.

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Education and Experience

Bachelor of Science - Business, Hannibal-LaGrange University, Graduate 1994

 

 

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scott.c@midwestequity.com
Phone: (636) 477-0900
Fax: (888) 352-0587
Cell: (314) 517-6644

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