13 Apr 2016

Mortgage Loan Secrets Nobody’s Talking About

There are a myriad of regulations and guidelines set forth by the governing entities for mortgage companies. You may have heard of such giants as Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. What many people do not know, is that after they write guidance and rules for mortgage banks, that particular bank will oftentimes make “rules on top of rules” which are called overlays.

So you may call one Bank and get one answer, and then another Bank with a completely different answer. When I selected Supreme Lending, I vetted them to ensure that we were following the letter of the law set forth by Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and Ginnie Mae. It does not benefit my client for us to write any rules on top of the rules and it allows me to HELP MORE CLIENTS than other lenders can.

I have heard the phrase “you sound too good to be true, I have been told no by so many people” hundreds of times in my career. At Supreme Lending, we offer a variety of loan programs so that our clients can find the perfect mortgage that fits their mortgage needs. We also work to make the loan process easier through our educational and customer service practices.

 The views and opinions expressed on this site about work-related matters are my own, have not been reviewed or approved by Supreme Lending, and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Supreme Lending. In no way do I commit Supreme Lending to any position on any matter or issue without the express prior written consent of Supreme Lending’s Human Resources Department.

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