Our recommended lenders
All of our customers are encouraged to choose the mortgage lenders who are most suitable for their wants, needs, and specific situation. CalCOn Mutual Mortgage and Bank of England are the companies that have been working with us for years - we believe their experience and extensive knowledge they pair with impeccable customer service provide satisfactory results for the customers at all times.
CalCon Mutual Mortgage
When you make the decision to become a homeowner, there is a series of additional decisions that you’ll need to make before you reach that final goal and cross the threshold of your new front door. This is especially true when trying to determine what down payment assistance programs you will qualify for.
CalCon Mutual Mortgage has most of the down payment assistance programs in its back pocket. They know how the programs work, receive training and program updates on a regular basis.
Having a mortgage lender that is knowledgeable about not only mortgages but local area down payment assistance programs will put you ahead in the game!
Bank of England
If you've never bought a home before, a number of mortgage loan options can be overwhelming. What's the difference between a conventional loan and a government loan, and should you go with an adjustable-rate or fixed-rate mortgage? Even if you have bought a home before, if it's been several years, then you might not remember everything you'll want to know before making a decision about which loan type is going to be best for your situation.
There's good news, though: it won't take long to get a handle on the different types of loans available to you and figure out which one best fits your circumstances. All thanks to experts at Bank of England who are always happy to explain the differences between different kinds of mortgage loans and eventually support you when choosing the one most suitable for your finances.
If you have any trouble deciding which mortgage lender is the one you’d like to work with, here’s our short guide to help you out: Finding a lender