How to Choose a Construction Loan Specialist in Flagstaff AZ

By
Home Builder with AHK Contracting, LLC

How special are construction loans?  In a report from Countrywide Home Loans, only 1 in 10 loan officers do more than 1 construction loan per year.  So less than 10% do more than one loan per year, this makes finding a loan office that is experienced with construction loans very difficult.  Like all advisor's associated with real estate, loan officers should be interviewed by potential clients.  Here are a few questions that individuals seeking a construction loan should ask their future loan officer candidate:

1. How many CONSTRUCTION loans do you close PER MONTH?  - Experience is everything.

2. How many sources do you have for construction loans? - More sources = more options.

3. Can you provide testimonials and references? - Word of mouth from someone else.

4. Go on-line and do a little digging. - The Internet is a great tool for information.

5. Be-careful about on-line application for construction loans. - Most site are lead site not actual mortgage companies that specialize in construction loans.  Your information is collected and SOLD.

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Email: 

http://www.ahkhomes.com/

gerry@ahkhomes.com
peter@ahkhomes.com

Phone:  (928) 779-9110
Address:  912 North Beaver Street
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

A special thanks to our construction lending partners: 

Troy Schuricht

COMMUNITY FIRST FINANCIAL, LLC

7575 E Redfield Rd   Suite 235

Scottsdale, AZ  85260

480-305-8900 - office

480-393-8801 - fax

http://www.communityfirstfinancial.com/

http://www.yourlendertroy.blogspot.com/

http://activerain.com/tschuricht

 

 

 

Comments (2)

Sal Poliandro - Helping People Win
RE/MAX Properties - Ridgewood, NJ
Broker Associate

Gerry,

    Very informative post. I will pass it on to my buyers. 

Oct 20, 2007 04:38 PM
Fred Griffin Florida Real Estate
Fred Griffin Real Estate - Tallahassee, FL
Licensed Florida Real Estate Broker

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