Mortgage Information

If you're like most buyers, a home is the most expensive purchase you'll ever make, and you'll probably need some form of financing.

Mortgage Broker

Why You Should Consider A Licensed Mortgage Broker

  • A Licensed Mortgage Broker has the resources of many lenders, including banks and mortgage companies, to offer a variety of products, with wholesale pricing;
  • A Licensed Mortgage Broker is governed and regulated to be in compliance with all state and federal laws;
  • A Licensed Mortgage Broker is trained and tested to measure their competency prior to receiving their license.
  • A Licensed Mortgage Broker works for you - the client;

What is a Licensed Mortgage Broker?
The licensed person who, for a commission or a fee, brings parties together and assists in negotiating contracts between them. A firm or individual bringing the borrower and lender together and receiving a commission. A mortgage broker does not retain servicing.

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There are many lending institutions that offer a variety of mortgage products. Financing options and rates can vary widely, so it is important to do your research and shop around to ensure you get the mortgage that best meets your needs at the best price.

 

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Use the mortgage calculators below to assist you in making some decisions around financing your new home.

Mortgage Qualification Calculator

This calculator will help you determine how much money you qualify to borrow. The results are informal. You will be subject to a credit approval from your financial institution taking into consideration existing debt load, amount of down payment, income and other variables.

Mortgage Payment Calculator & Amortization Table

This calculator will help you determine what your mortgage payments will be based on purchase price, interest rate and mortgage term, as well as other factors. The amortization table shows what the interest and principal payments will be over the term of the mortgage.

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