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Sheila JosephDon’t let the online approach fool you into thinking that we’re just another “faceless” institution. You’ll find that we’re very courteous and friendly mortgage professionals with integrity who want to help you.

No two loans are ever the same so we customize each loan. We have a large selection of loan products available so your loan will be designed to suit your particular needs and qualifications. You’ll have our undivided attention as we gather from you the information that we need to ensure that your particular needs are met. Once we have all the pieces to the “puzzle”, we will present the best loan options that we have for you.

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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – September 27, 2021
September 27, 2021
Last week's economic news included reporting on housing markets, housing starts, and building permits issued. Data on new and existing home sales were published along with weekly reports on mortgage rates and jobless claims.
Getting Your Mortgage Application Approved As A Self-Employed, First-Time Homebuyer
September 24, 2021
A significant number of people are self-employed, which means they might be relying on this income to apply for a mortgage. It is true that people who are self-employed may face additional challenges when trying to get approved for a home loan when compared to someone with traditional W2 income, these are obstacles that can be overcome. With the right qualifications and documentation, even first-time homebuyers who are self-employed should be able to qualify for the home loan they need.
Reviewing The Basement Options For Homeowners: What To Know
September 23, 2021
Even though not every home has a basement, those that do usually fall into one of three categories. The most common examples of basements include poured concrete, masonry block basement, and precast panels. What do homeowners need to know about the different types of bass that construction?

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