Today in History - Stillson Wrench Patented

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Mortgage and Lending with Texana Bank

Today in History - Dec. 5, 1876, Daniel C. Stillson patents his Stillson Wrench. It's an improvement over his past "pipe" wrench with the addition of a simple spring. Does your mortgage business need an additional "spring"?

Show us where you want to be and we'll give you the "spring" to get there! If your Loan Officer's are closing 1 or 2 loans a month, we'll show them how to close 3 to 4, or more! Our average "from application to clear to close" is 15 days!

  • Originate in all 50 states immediately.
  • No additional state licensing required.
  • We work with many wholesale lenders.
  • Compliance and processing provided.
  • Closings under 25 days, average 15 days!
  • Conventional: Fannie Mae - HomeReady & HomeStyle, and Freddie Mac - Home Possible and Manufactured Home loans.
  • Government: FHA, VA, USDA loans: including Reverse and One-Time Close Construction loans.
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Contact Trent Dalrymple - (248) 854-0625 or

trent.dalrymple@texanabank.com.

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