Randolph Freese graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in Latin American Studies and later obtained his master’s degree from Campbell University in Trust and Investment Management. Randolph began his finance career as a financial advisor and later as a trust officer and private banker. While in private banking for a national bank, Randolph decided to transition into residential lending. Randolph works with first time home buyers to the affluent buyer on a second home or investment property anywhere in the 50 states.
With over 20 years of experience in financial services, Randolph has the knowledge and expertise to help each borrower structure the optimal mortgage to achieve their financial goals. Randolph prides himself on taking the time needed to understand his customers’ immediate and long-term goals, finding the best financial solution to achieve their objectives. Having helped hundreds of clients, he understands how confusing the home buying process can be and he works hard to walk each client through the process in an organized and efficient manner. Because of his extensive knowledge of available programs, problem solving skills and steadfast commitment to customer service, Randolph will ensure you receive superior guidance as you pursue one of the most personal investments of your lifetime.
Randolph resides in Bethel, Connecticut with his wife, 8-year daughter, and their miniature schnauzer. His family is active in their church and the community. When Randolph is not spending his time biking the trails of Connecticut, you can find him kayaking with his family around the Mystic Seaport.