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About Quin

With two decades of mortgage industry and a broad financial background, Quin Bernhardt is an ideal partner in the home financing process. Quin has originated or consulted on thousands of mortgage loans for clients while delivering an award-winning level of customer care.

Originally a financial advisor for an international firm, Quin offers a wider range of financial expertise. He prides himself on assessing your needs and wants, educating you on the available options and recommending the optimally tailored products and programs for you. He offers access to a wealth of home financing options, including conventional, jumbo, FHA, VA, USDA/rural housing, renovation, construction and reverse mortgages. Whether you or someone you know has a goal to refinance a current home or to purchase a new one, Quin is eager to assist.

Before joining Draper and Kramer Mortgage Corp., Quin served as Branch Manager for one of the country's largest mortgage lenders. Prior to that, he was a Regional Sales Manager at the largest "private label" lender in the country, servicing a 4-state region comprising 224 real estate offices and 21 loan officers with their co-branded in house financing programs. Quin has served as a board member and president of the Mortgage Bankers Association and is recognized as a perennial top producer.



About Draper and Kramer Mortgage Corp.

Draper and Kramer Mortgage Corp. is the residential mortgage division of Draper and Kramer, one of the country’s premiere full-service real estate and financial firms. While still a family-owned company headquartered in Chicago, we help identify and structure mortgage financing programs for clients across the United States, and have been doing so since 1893.





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