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Welcome! We are glad you came to see us!

We have exciting news to share with you:  We are proud to now be part of Hometown Lenders! We know you will benefit from the expertise of this quick and knowledgeable team that will be with you throughout your loan process.

At Hometown Lenders we treat each customer like a long lost friend, not a number. We know that you deserve customized loan options that are not available at the "Big Box Banks."  

“Discover The HomeTown Advantage”

As always, we will work diligently help you get the best loan possible. And if you are 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!

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! 

 

 

New Home Loans

 

We work conforming and non-conforming real estate loans. To get started click here

 

Refinancing

 

We can help you lock in a long term fixed rate or refinance and get cash out. To get started click below

 

Latest News

For Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, boring is beautiful

The Goldman Sachs logo is displayed on a post above the floor of the New York Stock ExchangeInvestment banks Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs Group Inc posted better-than-expected quarterly earnings on Thursday, helped by gains in merger advisory and stock underwriting. The results underscored how businesses viewed as stodgy before the financial crisis are becoming critical drivers of earnings growth for investment banks now. Goldman's fixed-income trading revenue plunged during the first quarter, both for trades it did for customers and investments on its own account. But the bank's investment management and its stock underwriting and merger advisory businesses logged big gains.