Home Mortgage for Your Parkland House
This simple question when buying your home is one that needs to be answered right away. Who should a you trust you to finance your next house? What knowledge and experience are you looking for that will insure a smooth transaction while getting the best rate? Clients find comfort in knowing that their realtor is also a licensed loan originator with over 20 years of experience. This knowledge and know how allows Rusty Hanna to facilitate a smooth transaction for his clients giving them peace of mind.
Mortgage Broker vs. Direct Lender
A loan officer is simply works for a large organization, typically a bank. He or she is the one that you will deal with when seeking a mortgage. Since they are essentially an employee of the bank or other lending institution, they can only receive money when they sell that particular company's mortgage products. To put it plainly, they can only show you the products they are given from one company. Although there may be a large number of products out there, they are limited as to what the company offers.
A mortgage broker, on the other hand, has an extremely wide selection of products at his or her disposal because they regularly deal with many companies. In fact, a mortgage broker can represent a couple of hundred different companies, and therefore would be able to offer hundreds of different mortgage options, possibly even thousands of options.
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