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We won’t waste your time. Tell us your goals, and we’ll find a way to make them happen.

Product Selection

With over 20 different products, we can help with anything from down payment assistance to debt consolidation—and even home loan programs for veterans.

Docs, Lock, and Appraisal

We’ll do the heavy lifting, you marvel at the simplicity and ease that only local appraisers, multiple investors vying for your loan, and Homeside Concierge house calls can bring.

Send Us Your Docs

You’ll get a list of every document we need (and other essential forms), and then you’ll send them to us within 48 hours.

Process

We do our thing, preparing all the legal and home loan documents for you to sign, and then schedule the closing.

Sign and Close

Your call: Close in the convenience of your home, or come to one of our beautiful offices. Either way, we’ll finish with a smile, handshake and hearty congratulations.

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Recent Blogs

What is a Pre-Listing Inspection

Author: Mikey Rox   |  
Some sellers are confident their homes will sell quickly, and if they’ve kept up with their home maintenance, they don’t fear a home inspection. But even if a home is well maintained, an inspection can uncover hidden problems—costly problems that must be corrected before closing. These repairs can catch your sellers off guard, but they can prepare for these expenses with a pre-listing inspection. Read More

5 Things That Can Mess Up Your Client’s Closing

Author: Mikey Rox   |  
It can take between 30 and 45 days to close on a mortgage and complete a home purchase. During this time your buyer clients will schedule their home inspections, provide their lenders with additional documentation, and wait for the home appraisal. Their excitement intensifies as the closing date approaches and they begin preparing for their move. But it’s important for buyers to understand that the sale isn’t a done deal until after closing. And unfortunately, mistakes on their part could mess up the closing, forcing a lender to cancel the loan at the last minute. Read More

5 Tips For Selling a Home in an Undesirable Location

Author: Mikey Rox   |  
Some properties are located in prime locations. They're in close proximity to downtown areas, shopping centers or located within an excellent school district. Selling homes in these neighborhood are a breeze, with buyers presenting their offers within days of a listing going live. Other neighborhoods, however, aren't as appealing to homebuyers. Read More