Mortgage Bank VS. Mortgage Broker, in Loudoun County, and out!

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Real Estate Agent with EXIT Realty Talbot and Company

It's no secret that home lending market has tightened up quite a bit...and it's difficult getting answers on loan applications and pending closes that you can rely on....or....well....take to the bank.  I know of a number of high loan-to-value deals where the buyers are using mortgage brokers who are subject to the rules and policy changes of the banks...and yes, banks are changing their programs all the time.

If you are ready to buy a home, do yourself a favor and get pre-approved by more than one lender, with at least one of the lenders being a bank that does in-house underwriting.

In Loudoun County or Fairfax County, I'd be glad to assist you in finding just the right home.  However, I'm glad to recommend several excellent bank lenders to you, no matter where you are buying.  Just give me a call.

Best, Nikola

http://wwwPaintingLoudounRed.com

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David Jones (SunTrust Mortgage)
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I agree with you regarding an application with a bank. Most of the lending problems have occured by very loose rules through channels outside of a driect lending institution.

I'm at SunTrust in Lodoun and we have all of our programs intact including high ltv purcase and refinance. I'm doing 100% purchase and a 100% refinance in the month of august.

if you have any questions, let me know.

Aug 10, 2007 08:48 AM #1
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