Christopher Morabito

NMLS: #1815207

Licensed Loan Officer

Chris is an accomplished finance professional with a decade of experience trading mortgage-backed securities. His straightforward approach to client interaction imparts a deep understanding of the home loan process, while his dedication ensures that each client receives attention and focus throughout their experience. Chris measures his success by his clients’ profound satisfaction and frequent recommendation to other loan-seeking home buyers.

With the goal of extending first-rate service, Chris offers his clients superior insight and transparent advice regarding their home buying process. His genuine, approachable manner is matched with consummate professionalism in providing high accessibility for his clients, and efficient campaigns towards their objective of home ownership. Chris maintains a strong philosophy that each client deserves complete comprehension of their mortgage terms in order to make the most informed decision to fit their needs and feel comfortable throughout the process.

Chris graduated with Latin honors from NYU’s Stern School of Business where he majored in finance and completed minor studies in music. Though his primary instrument is trombone, he is also an accomplished guitarist and bagpiper. He has participated in classical competitions, played in several metal bands, and appeared at various events with the Glor na nGael Pipe and Drums Band, including a performance in 2018 at Citi Field.

After many years of city living, Chris and his wife Ariel recently moved from Manhattan to a home in Long Island, NY where they live with their spectacular rescue dog, Daisy, and a friendly ball python named Mowgli who was featured in The New Yorker magazine’s article, “NYC’s Secret World of Exotic Pets”.

Office: 631-390-0786

Cell: 516-965-4925

Fax: 412-693-9779


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