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Buying your dream home shouldn’t be a nightmare. So we dreamed up a better way. The Homeside Way.

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15-Minute Consultation

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

How to Get a Mortgage Without an Established Credit History

Author: Mikey Rox   |  
After you apply for a mortgage, one of the first things a lender does is pull your credit report. Credit opens the door to the financing world, and unfortunately, it’ll be tougher to get a mortgage without an established credit history. This doesn't mean buying a house is impossible, but your options are limited. Read More

4 Reasons Why Your Underwriter May Ask For Additional Paperwork

Author: Mikey Rox   |  
Getting a mortgage is a stressful process. Even if you do everything the loan officer and underwriter says, there are no guarantees that you'll make it to the closing table. You're required to provide a lot of documentation before you’re approved. The loan application will ask detailed information about you and any co-borrower, plus the bank will need between two and three month’s of bank statements, tax returns and the lender will check your credit history. But even after receiving all of this information, you may receive a call from the underwriter asking for more documentation. Read More

3 Consequences of Abandoning a Mortgage

Author: Mikey Rox   |  
Whether you're underwater and can’t sell a property, or you can no longer afford your mortgage, it can be tempting to walk away from a property. Maybe you feel you have no other options, especially if you're behind on payments and suspect the bank will kick you out of the property. Read More