Finding the right mortgage is a complex process that involves a lot
of factors. The first step you take when you plan to make an important
mortgage decision is finding the right mortgage lender. Below is a
list of mortgage lenders and brokers in the United States. Here, you
will also find information about the types of loan programs provided
by each mortgage lender.
800USALoan.com is a mortgage lender that works with several other
mortgage lenders to offer you the best rates possible. The products
of this mortgage lender include loans for homes, cars, debt consolidation,
home refinance and improvement, home equity, and more.
Cendant Mortgage lender is also the corporation that owns Century
21, ERA, and Coldwell Banker. This mortgage lender offers fixed rate
mortgages with 30, 20, 15 year loan terms. Interest rates of this
mortgage lender’s fixed rate programs range from 5.095% to 5.851%.
Aside from fixed rates, this mortgage lender also offers adjustable
rate loan programs with loan terms ranging from 10/1 to 3/1. This
mortgage lender also offers another type of mortgage loan program.
The 7-year balloon mortgage of this mortgage lender has a mortgage
rate of 5.301%, 1 point, and an APR of 5.494%.
Countrywide Home Loans is a mortgage lender that offers direct services
for their clients. One of this mortgage lender’s several loan programs
offered is a 5/1 adjustable rate mortgage with a very low interest
rate. This mortgage lender offers their services and products for
customers who want to refinance or get a home equity loan. If you’re
worried about having a bad credit history, a sister company of this
mortgage lender is Full Spectrum Lending which offers special loan
programs for customers with less than perfect credit records.
GoodMortgage.com is a mortgage lender that works with purchase, construction,
home equity second mortgages, and refinancing. This mortgage lender
also caters to customers with any type of credit record. The website
of this mortgage lender also offers free mortgage calculators so you
can start computing on the benefits of each type of loan. This mortgage
lender’s online site also offers free mortgage analysis, a mortgage
school to give you more in-depth information on mortgages, and a rate
watch where you can keep track of the rates.
“If the real estate gang could, they'd raise the rents in the graveyard”
- Frank Dane
ELoan.com is an online mortgage lender that offers home loans as one
of its many mortgage products. If you wish to purchase or refinance,
this mortgage lender can offer you their services with no mortgage
lender fees, no hidden costs and a streamlined approval process for
your loan application. If you’re about not having enough funds for
a down payment, this mortgage lender’s 80/20 loan with low interest
rates and no Personal Mortgage Insurance.
Log Home Lenders is a mortgage lender that specializes in loans for
log and modular homes. Based in Bridge City, Texas, this mortgage
lender is the only lending company that provides finance for log homes.
This mortgage lender’s loan programs include finance sources for construction
or for home repairs. For a period of 12 months (the construction phase),
this mortgage lender charges their customers for the interest alone,
which is 1% over the prime rate (may be adjusted monthly). Other products
offered by this mortgage lender are permanent mortgages which can
either be 30- or 15-year fixed rates or 30- or 15-year fixed jumbo
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