Tyler Barnett
Tyler Barnett

Tyler Barnett

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About

Tyler Barnett is a Mortgage Loan Originator and Sales Manager at NFM Lending in Tempe, Arizona. Tyler was born and raised in Arizona and graduated from Arizona State University’s IRA Fulton School of Engineering with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. After working in the engineering field, Tyler found his passion with mortgage financing in 2012 and has never looked back. Having closed over $40 million in residential loans in 2017, Tyler attributes his quick success in the mortgage industry to the problem-solving skills and strong work ethic that he picked up during his time as an engineer.

In his spare time, Tyler enjoys exploring Arizona with this wife, Laura, and their 2 sons, Kolbe (8) and Asher (4), infant daughter Frankie, and their boxer, Mac. He also enjoys cheering on the ASU Sun Devils and Arizona Cardinals.

Awards

Testimonials

5.0

Jan 2019

Reviewed by Luis A, Buckeye, AZ

"Everything was great, the team was very communicative and would answer any questions as soon as possible."

5.0

Jan 2019

Reviewed by Elizabeth W, San Tan Valley, AZ

"They were very communicative and responsive to our questions. The process was smooth. We loved our experience!"

5.0

Jan 2019

Reviewed by Jassiel A, Buckeye, AZ

"Tyler did a great job..thank you for all the help "

5.0

Dec 2018

Reviewed by James W, Buckeye, AZ

"Thanks for everything Tyler you always got back to us quickly. We had you on a time crunch to close before the end of the year you did it. "

5.0

Dec 2018

Reviewed by Marilou S, Surprise, AZ

"Tyler is professional and he gets the job done in a timely manner. "

5.0

Dec 2018

Reviewed by Julio A, Buckeye, AZ

"After the seller on our first option for purchase backed out, we quickly found a new place. The lending team was fast and terminated the old loan application and immediately started on our new house purchase choice. The transition was seamless and fast."

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Blog

Top Mortgage Employer 2019

NFM Lending Named a Top Mortgage Employer

LINTHICUM, MD, February 15, 2019— NFM Lending is proud to announce that it was named a Top Mortgage Industry Employer by National Mortgage Professional Magazine. This is the fourth time NFM Lending has received this honor. Each year, National Mortgage Professional Magazine distributes a survey …
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Nicolas Alvarez

NFM Lending salutes Nicolas Alvarez

LINTHICUM, MD, February 6, 2019— NFM Lending is pleased to honor Private Nicolas Alvarez as the NFM Salute for February 2019. Upon graduation from high school, Pvt. Alvarez enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. He recently graduated from boot camp at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot at Parr…
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Purchase a Home

6 Steps to Purchase a New Home

Buying a home is one of the most significant financial decisions you will make in your life. In order to make an informed decision, doing some research for each step of the process can help ensure a smooth transaction. Here are the 6 basic steps needed to purchase a home. Step 1: Get Pre-Qualifie…
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Selling Home During Winter

Why Winter is a Good Time to Sell Your Home

If you’re ready to sell your home, you don’t need to wait until the spring just because that’s the more popular time. There are plenty of benefits to selling in the off season, even a few that can be monetary. Here are our top 5 reasons for why winter is a good time to sell your home. Low I…
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Tyler Barnett

Tyler Barnett

Sales Manager / Loan Originator

NMLS ID#:
951590

Phone:
480-378-6531

Mobile/Other:
480-278-2785

Fax:
480-378-6531

Email:
tbarnett@nfmlending.com

Address:
858 West Elliot Road, Suite #102, Tempe, AZ 85284

Ready to get started or have any loan questions? Contact me at 480-378-6531 or tbarnett@nfmlending.com or submit the form below and I will call you.

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