As one of the nation's mortgage leaders, Bank of America Mortgage maintains strong client relationships with responsiveness, innovation, and market knowledge. Bank of America offers a variety of loan products, including home loans, refinance loans, purchase mortgages, reverse mortgages and debt consolidation loans. They have a national footprint and are one of the largest retail lenders in the country, combined with their acquisition of Countrywide. Bank of America has a full suite of fixed rate and ARM products, including conforming mortgage loans and jumbo and subprime mortgage loans.
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AmeriSave was started in 2003 and has become one of the top mortgage lenders in the US. AmeriSave services all 50 states, including DC, and always offers competitive rates and fees. AmeriSave offers all mortgage loan products: Conforming loans, VA, USDA, Jumbo, Alt A, and FHA loans. The entire mortgage process is performed in house, from processing and underwriting to closing and funding. This in-house processing allows AmeriSave to offer an on time closing guarantee that guarantees your loan will close by a certain date or you will receive $1,000.
Quicken Loans Review: Quicken Loans is the largest non-bank mortgage lender in the USA. They are the second largest mortgage lender overall. Quicken Loans is primarily a call center based mortgage loan originator with limited retail presence.
Quicken Loans's dedication to serving their clients' needs is demonstrated by being named #1 in the nation for client satisfaction in mortgage origination by J. D. Power for the eighth consecutive year. They have also been named the top mortgage servicer by J.D.Power for the last four years.
Quicken Loans is based out of Detroit, Michigan and offers a full range of mortgage products, such as a 30-year fixed, 15-year fixed, 5/1 ARM, VA loans, FHA loans, Jumbo Loans, and more. Quicken Loans is owned by the owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers!!
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Fairway Independent Mortgage Company was founded in 1996. Consistently a top lender in the USA, Fairway originated over $6 billion in loans in 2012. They operate over 150 branch locations in 31 states, offering FHA, VA, conventional, and jumbo loans.
Stearns Lending, Inc. has been operating since 1989. They are licensed in 47 states and Washington D.C. Stearns Lending has 16 regional operation centers and over 80 retail mortgage lending branches. They also offer wholesale and correspondent lending. Stearns Lending funded nearly $12 Billion of loans in 2012, making them a major player in the mortgage business.
New Penn Financial is a leading national mortgage lender founded in 2008 and licensed in 43 states. New Penn has a full line of mortgage offerings such as FHA loans, conventional loans, FHA Streamline, VA, Jumbo, and HARP loans. New Penn has retail offices across the nation with a strong presence in Florida, Louisiana, and Maryland.
W.J. Bradley Mortgage Capital, LLC was founded in 2002. One of the largest privately held independent mortgage lending firms in the USA, W. J. Bradley funded over $6 Billion in loans in 2012. Their corporate headquarters are in Colorado and their main servicing and operations office is in Utah. In 2013, W.J Bradley expanded in the Pacific Northwest by adding Legacy Group Lending of Bellevue, WA.
George Mason Mortgage, LLC, is a full-service lender. Corporate headquarters are based in Fairfax, Virginia. George Mason Mortgage is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cardinal Bank that originated over $6 billion in residential mortgages in 2012. Branch offices are located in Northern Virginia and Maryland, but George Mason can offer loans in MD, VA, and many other states, as well as Washington DC .
Guild Mortgage Company, is the leading privately-held mortgage company in the western United States. Founded in 1960, Guild Mortgage has been operating for over 50 years. Guild provides a wide range of mortgage products, including conventional loans and FHA loans. While focusing on Western states, Guild is licensed in over 30 states and Washington D.C.
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