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Andrew May

Email: [email protected]
Phone: (919) 771-3379


Andrew (Andy) May, Founder and President of ADRMortgage.com.

With over 25 years of experience in the finance industry, Andy has created, originated, and managed organizations that funded hundreds of billions of dollars in mortgages over his career. He has operated every aspect of the mortgage business and his experience includes pricing, underwriting, processing, sales and loan origination. He has managed products for companies that have over 25,000 employees, as well as managing smaller companies.

In 1999, Andy received the first mortgage insurance patent in U.S. history. He is a Master Certified Mortgage Banker, a top distinction of the Mortgage Bankers Association. Andrew earned his MBA in Finance from Duke University. Andy was born and raised in upstate New York. After graduating UMASS, Amherst with honors, Andy came to the Triangle in 1985 to attend Duke University’s business school.

“There is basically nothing in real estate that I haven’t seen… use my experience and live vicariously so you don’t make mistakes in purchasing your dream home.”

Pick your American Dream Team with Andy’s help:
Are you ready to pick your American Dream Team? Ask Andy, a licensed Real Estate Sales Associate and Mortgage Broker, to help you select the best Realtor and get the best mortgage program where you are buying.

Andy May Group, LLC was founded by Andy May in Florida in 2005 and later re-domesticated in North Carolina. Currently, Andy May Group, LLC, DBA ADRMortgage.com is licensed in Florida (#MBR4850), North Carolina (#B-148020), Texas (No ML#), and Virginia (#MC-3809). Headquarters: 8522 Six Forks Road, Suite 201, Raleigh, NC 27615. 919-771-3379. NMLS # for Andy May Group, LLC (DBA ADRMortgage.com) is #88010. MLO #s can be found at nmlsconsumeraccess.org. Florida Real Estate Sales Associate License #: SL3566690.

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