To successfully complete a modern day & fully compliant home mortgage for our clients we must identify & communicate with all members of your Home team whose roles are necessary to the completion of your home purchase. Including Buyers, Sellers, Realtors, Insurance Agents, Legal, Financial, Co-Signor, Employers and other representatives.
To succeed, complete & close your mortgage we will absolutely require an active partnership with home buyers usually represented by an individual whose point person responsibilities will include specific application information, quote & file receipt, review, documentation collection & the timely return of all required information throughout the course of the loan process through the realtor/client at local office.
Home Team Captain
Your home team captain will be responsible for the origination, processing and close of your loan & is fully licensed with the State of Pennsylvania. Your team captain will have more than 20 years experience in all aspects of the Mortgage industry. Along with significant real world experience in Pennsylvania markets to include Realtor, Real Estate, Loan Processing & Title experience to successfully CLOSE your home mortgage to complete your home purchase.
This senior operational manager will oversee and work with all team members, partners, and vendors on all aspects of your mortgage to insure active communications and a timely completion of your mortgage and home purchase.
Your hometown team will include a senior processor who will participate in the development of your mortgage file including all aspects of requests, clarification, collection of information, documentation and submission of documents to lender/underwriting necessary to complete your home mortgage within a timely manner.
The lender component will require information in advance of any loan pre-approvals. This information is an industry standard and includes requirements of both Federal & State governing agencies. All lenders will require additional information and documentation as part of the underwriting process and can or may include clarification and detail explanation of timelines, employment, deposits.