New Hampshire - Portsmouth
1 New Hampshire Avenue, Suite 125
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Mark Ranieri joins the team at Embrace as a senior loan officer after working over the past 15 years for several lenders. He was a top producer at Bank of America, and loves nothing more than helping people achieve their dreams of homeownership. A people person with a great mind for business, Mark owned and ran a successful Green Eggs & Ham Café in South Berwick, Maine prior to becoming a loan officer.
Mark graduated from Merrimack College and received his B.S. in Accounting & Finance in 1988. He grew up in West Peabody, Massachusetts and currently lives in Stratham, New Hampshire. His huge heart opened his home to two rescue animals – a dog and a cat who’ve become great friends, and he’s an active member of the American Cancer Society. Mark spends a lot of his free time outdoors, especially on the beach, and also enjoys sports, yoga, and cooking. His idea of the perfect day: the sun is shining, and he’s making clients happy by helping them into their forever home – and closing on time!
5.0 Survey completed on September 13, 2020
Review By Michael H. for Mark Ranieri
Completed transaction in September 2020
Mark was very informative and I he did everything to make this experience easy and stress free. I will recommend him to my friends and family.
5.0 Survey completed on September 05, 2020
Review By Brenda W. for Mark Ranieri
Completed transaction in August 2020
Mark was always very pleasant, very informative, and never once made me feel like I was bothering him when I had a question. My experience with Mark could not have been any better!
5.0 Survey completed on May 08, 2020
Review By Lawrence J. for Mark Ranieri
Completed transaction in April 2020
My loan officer did everything in his power to make my refi a non stressful experience.
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