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You are smart to choose a local lender. We know you will benefit from the expertise of our quick and knowledgeable team that will be with you throughout your loan process.
We are experienced: Our team here is led by a Loan Officer with over 15 years experience as an independent Mortgage Broker. Let us put our combined skills to work for you. You will find we treat each customer like a long lost friend, not a number.
Another advantage? Choices! In house lenders and banks usually only one have 2 or fewer financing options. On the other hand, we have a large network of lending partners and can shop to get you the best pricing for your needs. We know that you deserve customized loan options that are not available at the "Big Box Banks."
And, we are passionate: As always, we will work diligently help you have best home loan experince possible. We are your advocates through the process. We will fight for you, and help to arm you with the information needed as needed.
Concerned that you may not qualify, or have been turned down before? Call us! Let us help you put you on the path to homeownership! 972-529-2178
Are you already enjoying your home? Check out the difference a refinance could make in your monthly budget. Many of our customers are now saving between $100 and $400 a month, with little to no increase in your loan amount. Curious? You should be!
Purchasing a home is probably one of the biggest investments you'll ever make in your lifetime. Let us help you along as you make that journey, you'll be glad you did!
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