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About Brian

Brian Martucci, NMLS# 185421, started in the mortgage business in 1986 right out of college, and has never left. He has been a loan processor, loan officer, mortgage broker, branch manager and vice president. He helps consumers find the best mortgage loans to purchase a new home or to refinance an existing loan. He lends in all 50 states. Brian works with Capital Bank Mortgage who is a direct lender. He is committed to finding the best terms while providing a high level of customer service.

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Consumer Benefits:

Extensive product options offering competitive pricing.

End-to-end security for your online mortgage application.

Everything done in-house on most loans which increases turn times and efficiency.

“Float-Downs” on many products means you may get a lower interest rate after initial rate "lock-in".

Team of 4 people that supports each client.



He was the #1 producer in his company in 2016, 2017, 2018.


He was the #3 producer in his company in 2014.


He was the #1 producer in his company in 2015.


March 25, 2019

Top DC Lenders

The Washingtonian magazine compiled a list of the most referred lenders in the Washington DC metro area. These names were referred by local realtors and Washingtonian subscribers. Below is the article and list of the most referred lenders in the entire Washington DC area.

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March 24, 2019

When Is A Mortgage Approval An Approval?

When is an approval really an approval? When is an approval only a conditional approval? Below are the different levels of "loan approval" you can get for a mortgage: 1. Pre-Qualification: This is done before you make an offer on a home. This is only a loan officer analysis, and supporting financial documents are not…

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March 4, 2019

Bond Market Report

The 10 Year Treasury Bond is at 2.73% so far today. This is slightly higher than the last time I posted 10 Year Treasury Bond data in early January. On 01-03-2019 the 10 Year Treasury Bond was 2.55%. The direction of the 10 Year Treasury Bond is a good gauge on where mortgage rates are…

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Loan Tracking

Use this tool to be informed and prepared at every step of the loan process.

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