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Why Use A Mortgage Loan Officer At PMX Group

February 11th, 2016 9:05 AM by Regina Rickles, NMLS# 222362

 A loan officer at a bank or a credit union is typically just the smiling face of the institution—the officer’s job is to accept an application that the borrower has filled out, and then hand it off to the underwriting department.

An independent loan originator, on the other hand, like PMX Group, renders more service to the borrower, including things like advising the client about the best loans available for their purposes, gathering documentation throughout the process, ordering the appraisal and communicating directly with the underwriter to ensure that the loan gets approved.

A large bank or credit union relies on the underwriting department to handle all of the above tasks—and these departments aren’t working as representatives for the borrower. The takeaway for the consumer: Mortgage rates available at an independent loan originator, whether it’s a broker or a small banker, won’t be higher than those offered through a big bank. In fact, the rates are somewhat lower, partly because independent mortgage brokers typically have more loan sources available to them compared to the big banks, which usually just have a handful of loan products to offer prospective homeowners.

So if you need a mortgage with the best rate, the best program, tailored to suite your situation call PMX Group today.  

Posted by Regina Rickles, NMLS# 222362 on February 11th, 2016 9:05 AM