One Day Mortgage

“Step by step, place became property, property became a mortgage, and mortgages became derivative investments.”

Start the home buying process

  • Budget and plan accordingly
  • Avoid unnecessary credit checks
  • Identify additional costs
  • Understand your borrowing capacity
  • Avoid overpaying
  • Compare different lenders
  • Plan for future financial goals
  • Gain confidence and peace of mind

“We were taking out mortgages we couldn’t afford because they were camouflaged to look as if we had a reasonable chance of paying them back. Banks then changed the bankruptcy laws so that we could not get out of our obligations once the rates changed. Lastly, they sold us back our own mortgages, shifting back to us any of the risk through our money-market accounts and pension funds.”

Once you’re a homeowner, your house will probably be the biggest, long-term investment you have.

Every dollar you spend on a mortgage or down payment is like putting money in a house-sized piggy bank, so it makes sense to look at home buying through the lens of saving.

Home is not a place it’s a felling

There is nothing like staying at own home for real comfort. 

Whether you’re buying, selling, refinancing, or building your dream home, you have a lot riding on your loan officer. Since market conditions and mortgage programs change frequently, you need to make sure you’re dealing with a top professional who is able to give you quick and accurate financial advice. As an experienced loan officer I have the knowledge and expertise you need to explore the many financing options available. Ensuring that you make the right choice for you and your family is my ultimate goal, and I am committed to providing my customers with mortgage services that exceed their expectations.

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