Kenneth H. Schiff
Kenneth H. Schiff

Kenneth H. Schiff

Loan Originator | NMLS# 339947 Apply Now Contact

About

I have been helping families in Florida purchase or refinance homes for eleven years. Growing up in Michigan, I moved with my wife Marlynn and son Alex to the Sunshine State, and haven't seen snow since! Fortunately, I have earned the trust of Realtors & their clients by providing three guarantees:

A) Closing on time.
B) Constant communication.
C) Always acting in the best interest of the borrower.

And I'm available seven days a week for pre-qualifications or questions--I don't work "Banker's Hours"!

Awards

Testimonials

5.0

Jul 2018

Reviewed by George Jesus V, Fort Myers, FL

"Great team thanks for all your help."

5.0

Jun 2018

Reviewed by Vince Darrell C, Wesley Chapel, FL

"Ken and the team were terrific. They processed all paperwork efficiently and sent informative videos along the way. In fact, I would say that this has been the most pleasant team to work with and the communication is second to none. I highly recommend Ken and NFM Lending."

5.0

Apr 2018

Reviewed by Mark W. E, Longwood, FL

"Ours was a prolonged and argous journey with a couple of unsuccessful purchases. Ken and the entire staff persevered and eventually when the right sale came along, the process was completed in a very timely and professional manner. Yhank You Ken and all your help and support."

5.0

Apr 2018

Reviewed by Joshua Luzon L, Largo, FL

"Ken and his staff did a fantastic job of helping me get approved for my loan. They were very supportive and accessible throughout the whole process. "

5.0

Feb 2018

Reviewed by Fritzler B, Naples, FL

"We had a great experience. Ken kept us informed every step of the way. It was great working with NFM lending."

5.0

Jan 2018

Reviewed by Marcel B, Sorrento, FL

"I'm very happy with the work Ken Schiff and his staff. They did an excellent job. The whole process was smooth and organized. He is very professional and always available to answer you any question even after work hours. "

Loan Tools

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Blog

What is a G-Fee?

What is a G-Fee and what does it have to do with my interest rate?

As you move through the homebuying process and have to choose a mortgage, each option will present an interest rate. This rate determines how much you must repay the lender as a part of your monthly mortgage payment. While you might be familiar with interest rates, there is probably a component o…
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Catherine L. Clapp

NFM Lending salutes Catherine L. Clapp, USN, Retired

LINTHICUM, MD, July 2, 2018— NFM Lending is pleased to honor Personnelman First Class Catherine L. Clapp, USN, Retired, as the NFM Salute for July 2018. Following family tradition and looking to gain work experience, PN1 Clapp joined the Navy right out of high school, serving from 1979 to 1999.…
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Top Workplace Washington 2018

NFM Lending Named a Top Workplace in the Washington, D.C. Area for 2018

LINTHICUM, MD, June 22, 2018 — NFM Lending is pleased to announce that it has been ranked a 2018 Top Workplace in the Washington, D.C. area by the Washington Post. This is the fourth consecutive year that NFM Lending has received this award.  NFM Lending received the award at a ceremony held T…
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8 Steps to a 203k Rehab Loan

When house-hunting for your new home, you might discover one that would be perfect for you but needs a bit of TLC. Don’t worry! An FHA 203k rehab loan is there to make your dreams of homeownership come true. This loan allows you to borrow both what you need to purchase the home and what you…
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Kenneth H. Schiff

Kenneth H. Schiff

Loan Originator

NMLS ID#:
339947

Phone:
727-947-2516

Fax:
727-314-8355

Email:
kschiff@nfmlending.com

Address:
2963 Gulf to Bay Boulevard, Suite 110, Clearwater, FL 33759

Ready to get started or have any loan questions? Contact me at 727-947-2516 or kschiff@nfmlending.com or submit the form below and I will call you.

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