This fall, Mortgage Master—one of the largest non-bank, privately-owned lenders in the nation—became a division of LoanDepot.com, the country’s second largest non-bank lender, second only to Quicken Loans. Now the company is planning the debut of a new Washington, DC office.
Mortgage Master’s entrance into the DC market gives customers access to the best of two worlds: the incredible value offered by online pricing combined with experienced, local professionals who can guide you through the loan process.
In addition to competitive rates, Mortgage Master also brings unique mortgage products for residential purchases in excess of $4 million. Super Jumbo Loans are a specialty for owner occupied properties, requiring a 40% down payment, 760+ credit score and 43% or less debt-to-income ratio (in addition to other terms and conditions).
Other offerings include loan programs tailored to the community of expats and foreign nationals in the DC area. For details on those programs, click here.
Leading efforts in DC will be Chase Alan Moore, a ten-year veteran of the DC real estate market. Moore will continue to work out of Mortgage Master's regional office in Baltimore until the deal is finalized for the downtown space. Whether you require hands on expertise for a complicated multi-million dollar transaction or are shopping rates, Moore and his team are ready to assist with the financing of your transaction.
Mortgage Master will finalize plans for its new DC office this month. For more information, visit Mortgage Master online here. Or get in touch with Senior Loan Officer Chase Alan Moore (NMLS #1175433) at 202-365-5100.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/mortgage_lender_authority_opening_location_in_washington_dc/10540
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