Q & A: Is it really important to go through an experienced Mortgage Lender?
A. The short answer is YES!
The answer is definitive and resounding. The reasons are varied:
- Many programs exist. You may qualify for more than one program. A thorough presentation or each is necessary so that you may make an educated decision of what is best for you and/or your family.
- Program guidelines are changing constantly, along with the requirements of the agencies and the investors. A veteran will be on top of these changes and won’t be ‘pulling the rug out from under you’ at a later time.
- The lending process is nothing less than complex at this time. It takes a veteran to successfully walk you through the process and get you to a successful closing!
- Purchasing a home (or refinancing your mortgage) is a huge investment, both financially and emotionally. Why wouldn’t you want a VETERAN lender leading you?
In 1880, a transplanted New Yorker, David Cooper Bell, formed the David C. Bell Investment Company. In addition to real estate, Bell is active in local banking and industrial circles, and a founder of the YMCA and other civic and cultural institutions.
Changing regulations and economic issues continue to have a major impact on the mortgage industry. What that means for consumers – NOW more than ever – it’s that it’s critical to work with a trusted veteran partner.
Should you have more questions about anything related to home financing, please feel free to contact me.
Connie Hess, Veteran Loan Officer since 1986
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