About Delmar Financial
1066 Executive Parkway, Suite 100, St. Louis, MO 63141 NMLS: 30998
Delmar Financial Company was founded by Saul and Carl Mirowitz in 1966 as a mortgage banker that services and underwrites its own home loans. After a brief stint in the real estate side of the market, the Mirowitz brothers decided to pursue the mortgage aspect of the business. Their vision led to the creation of the second oldest privately owned mortgage company in the St. Louis area.
In 2005, Delmar was purchased by Matt Levison, grandson of Saul Mirowitz and by Keith Maddox, former VP of Operations of Delmar Financial. Under Matt and Keith’s leadership, Delmar was named one of St. Louis’ Top 150 Privately Held Companies by the St. Louis Business Journal. They are now joined by Henry Levison and Todd Solomon as additional owners of Delmar.
Originally located on Delmar Boulevard, their main office is now located in Creve Coeur, and licensed to create loans in MO, IL, OH, CO, KS, TX, FL, AR, IN, NE, OK and IA. A lot has changed since 1966, however Delmar’s commitment and dedication to customer service will always be our number one priority.
Delmar Financial offers some of the lowest rates and fees as well as provides an innovative mix of mortgage products. We strive to put our clients first and help them achieve their financial goals. Our hand selected Senior Loan Officers have years of mortgage experience and go above and beyond to provide the best customer service in the industry. It is this superb service and knowledge that keeps our clients coming back to us time after time. All Loan Officers are both State and Nationally licensed and must complete Continuing Education every year to keep up with the latest regulations and guidelines.
At Delmar, we provide you with the best mortgage options to meet your financial goals. We will provide you with several mortgage options to compare and we will teach you how to use your mortgage to create wealth and total protection. Below is a nonexclusive list of our mortgage planning services: