Prefer Working With A Mortgage Lender In Person

by Emily
(Prior Lake, MN)

I prefer to work with a human face to face, especially when I was a first time home buyer. You can ask one on one questions, and call them if any thing should arise.



We were referred from a friend and the lady we went with was great. She gave us a great mortgage rate, answered all my questions, and helped us to get the home loan that would be the cheapest for us in the long run.

I would work with her again if we choose to refinance or ever sell and buy a house again.

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