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We know that each customer has specific needs, so we strive to meet those specific needs with a wide array of products, investment tools, mortgages and best of all quality service and individual attention.

Today's technology is providing a more productive environment to work in. For example, through our website you can submit a complete on-line, secure loan application or pre-qualify for a home loan. You may also evaluate your different financing options by using our interactive calculators and going over various mortgage scenarios.

Recent Articles

Jun
19
2019
Stop! Don't Delay Closing Your Loan With These Mistakes
You found the dream house, got approved for a mortgage at a payment you can afford and are now just waiting to close. Time to take it easy --maybe start shopping for new appliances or even look into taking that new job that's closer to your new home. Stop! Making certain decisions before your...
Jun
12
2019
It Might Be Better To Skip The Starter Home --Here's Why
The typical advice for first time home buyers is to purchase a starter home --that is, the home that's one step away from their larger "forever" home. But is that always the best route to go? With just about 45 million millennials entering the real estate buying age, that's something that's...
Jun
05
2019
The Exciting Possibilities of a VA Cash-Out Refi
If you’re a veteran, you have several options for refinancing --ones that work differently than a streamline refi. With a VA cash-out refi, veterans like you can take out some of the equity and use it however you want. Just like any other big financial decision, you'll want to...
May
29
2019
In the News: Feds Target No-Money-Down Home Loan Programs
Although no specific changes have gone into effect, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is asking national groups to hold off on lending down payments to FHA home buyers. The reason? Feds say that buyers who don't supply their down payment are at higher risk of defaulting...