Team Santini
Lesley and Lindsay Santini

Lesley Santini (NMLS # 38458): NH - Licensed, FL - LO63972, MA - MLO38458
Lindsay Santini (NMLS #: 40411): MA - TAO

Lesley & Lindsay Santini have been providing home financing; purchase and refinance mortgages for over 40 years collectively to hundreds of satisfied, repeat customers. Their expertise covers all areas of the mortgage industry with Lesley concentrating in divorce lending and Lindsay specializing in constructions loans. As a Certified Divorce Lending Professional, Lesley helps her divorcing clients navigate the often challenging and emotional settlement process to better enable future mortgage financing. With an extensive career focusing on construction lending, Lindsay helps buyers and homeowners navigate the complexities of building or renovating their home. Their expert industry knowledge has consistently helped their clients structure the optimal mortgage to achieve their financial goals. They both take the extra time to educate and advise their buyers to ensure they have a smooth home buying experience.

They grew up in Winchester, MA with their brother Rugo. Lesley received an Economics degree from Trinity College & Lindsay received her Bachelors in American Studies & Business from Colby College. After graduating, they both moved back to Boston where they joined the mortgage business while pursuing their Masters in Real Estate Management from Bentley University. After focusing on their individual careers, it has come full circle and now Lesley & Lindsay are back as a team, bringing their joint expertise, dedication, and premier customer service to their borrowers. Helping clients become homeowners has always been the most rewarding aspect of their job.
Lesley is a mother to two children, Samantha (8) and Beau (4) & Lindsay has two active boys, Vincent (9) & Joey (6). When not assisting clients or out with colleagues you can find them around town or on the sports fields or hockey rinks with their energetic kids. They also love to spend time in Falmouth, at the beach, golfing or cooking.

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