Purchase / Refinance / Home Equity Solutions
Conforming, FHA, VA, USDA, Jumbo, Nonconforming, Reverse Mortgages (HECM and Proprietary), HELOC, Home Equity Loans
As a Certified Divorce Lending Professional I help divorcing homeowners (along with their divorce teams) make informed decisions regarding their mortgage solutions
I work with "everyday people" on their financial planning, specifically guiding millennials and Generation X professionals toward financial independence
Mortgage planning is mortgage lending while looking at a person's overall financial picture to ensure the mortgage is helping achieve those short and long term financial goals. This long term vision makes the process less transactional and more of a "lender for life" mentality.
Divorce mortgage planning allows me to uncover potential opportunities and obstacles that a divorcing homeowner may face, whether they want to retain the martial home or eventually buy a new home. I work with the divorce team (attorneys, mediators, financial planners, financial analysts) much earlier in the process versus your typical mortgage lender, so that everyone understands the mortgage implications in the divorce documents before it's too late and they are finalized.
There are thousands of lenders out there to choose from, but the combination of experience, low rates and fees, and mortgage planning training I bring to the mortgage lending process set me apart from the competition. I'm not aware of anyone in the country who takes such a comprehensive approach to the mortgage lending process while staying competitive with the cheapest of online lenders.
This is a unique service I provide after the loan closes, designed to constantly monitor your home/mortgage. It includes monitoring the mortgage rate market, home values, personal finance checklists, home maintenance checklists, and much more. See "Mtg Under Mgmt" section for more details.
Not at all. My process is the same whether I am doing a loan for someone locally, or on the other side of the country. I have access to some of the best technology in the industry that allows for a smooth process regardless of your location. Also, locally-based lenders (similar to large banks) tend to sell you higher rates with more fees due to the lack of competition they face and their desire to make a much higher commission on your loan.
The common "advantages" that local lenders claim:
It's important to talk to a lender/mortgage planner first. The realtors can be great about finding you a house in a neighborhood you like, but none of that matters if you don't have your finances in place. Without knowing your actual budget and discussing where the new home/mortgage fits into your overall financial picture, you don't have enough information to give to the realtor for them to help you effectively. Talk with me first to nail down all the finances, and then the realtor and I work together to find you that perfect home.
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