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Choosing A Mortgage Company

When you are ready to shop for a loan, you can work directly with a lender or with a mortgage broker representing many individual lenders.

Direct lenders are lending their own money, have in-house programs, and make the final decision on your application. Mortgage brokers are intermediaries who represent many lenders and loan programs from which to choose. If you have special financing needs or want to shop the market, work with an experienced mortgage broker like Evergreen State Mortgage.

Along with shopping the source, you'll also have to shop the total costs of the loan, including the interest rate, broker fees, points (each point is one percent of the amount you borrow), prepayment penalties, the loan term, application fees, credit report fee, appraisal, and a host of other items.

Evergreen State Mortgage MB-98904 | Ph: 206-200-LEND(5363) or ph 2: 425-867-1313 | fax: 855-867-1414
Financeman@EvergreenStateMortgage.com
A DBA and Branch of Evergreen State Advisory Services, Inc.
8201 164th Ave NE, Suite 200 | Redmond, WA 98052
Copyright © 2017 Evergreen State Mortgage. All Rights Reserved | www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org

Evergreen State Mortgage MB-98904 | Ph: 206-200-LEND(5363) or ph 2: 425-867-1313 | fax: 855-867-1414
Financeman@EvergreenStateMortgage.com
A DBA and Branch of Evergreen State Advisory Services, Inc.
8201 164th Ave NE, Suite 200 | Redmond, WA 98052
Copyright © 2017 Evergreen State Mortgage. All Rights Reserved | www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org