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Are You Searching for a Mortgage in Memphis?



Are you searching for a mortgage in Memphis? Finding that perfect loan does not have to be a difficult task. You have many options to get a mortgage loan if you are living in Memphis. Basically there are 3 methods available to you. You can visit a local bank, a local mortgage broker or apply online.

Visiting a local mortgage broker or bank can provide you with a great way to get in touch with a local person to discuss in person what kinds of things you are looking for in your mortgage loan. There are many different Memphis mortgage brokers here is a list of just a few.

Acceptance Mortgage Company, (901) 327-7337 3540 Summer Av
All Fund Mortgage, (901) 795-9250 5802 Winchester Rd
American Mortgage Corporation, (901) 366-4913 1345 S Prescott Rd
Bartlett Mortgage, (901) 257-7250 1020 Poplar Ave
Capital Mortgage, (901) 547-0171 3181 Ridgeway Rd
Carteret Mortgage, (901) 327-5835 3294 Poplar Av
First Premier Mortgage, (901) 791-0003 1331 Union Av
Paragon Mortgage Services, (901) 344-7000 1678 Kirkwood Dr
Rainer Farm Mortgage Co, (901) 761-3652 560 Colonial Rd
Sunset Mortgage, (901) 362-5582 6099 Mt Moriah Rd Ext
Union Planters Mortgage, (901) 580-5000 5100 Poplar Ave # 150

Above is a sample list of mortgage Memphis brokers. The problem with local brokers is that you must contact and meet with each one individually. This can be a time consuming task especially if you don't have a lot of free time to be looking for a mortgage. Perhaps you have other things to worry about like moving or a busy work and family schedule. An alternative to contacting your local brokers is to apply online.

Applying online is a great time saver. The way it works is you can simply visit a mortgage website and enter your information into a secured from. Once submitted the site will forward that information to hundreds most times, thousands of mortgage lenders. Now you won't actually get contacted by all of them but a handful will contact you with an offer. This can be a great way to get a second opinion if you are using a local broker, or you can use just web lenders for your loan. Regardless of what methods you choose, I recommend you do both. Your mortgage is a big investment and you want to make sure you're getting the best deal. You wouldn't pick a car and buy from the first person who makes you an offer would you? The same applies with a mortgage loan. Shop around, get a few offers from different sources. If you do this you will find you have a good variance of offers and you can choose the best one for you. You many be pleasantly surprised how much you can save.

Mark Lambie is the founder of The Loan House a website that allows consumers to quickly and easily get mortgage refinance mortgage information.


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