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Locally owned and operated, Colorado Mortgage Broker that is licensed and bonded with over 16 years of experience. Owner previously worked for a nationwide lender and brings that experience to now be able to assist with homeowners and potential buyers and their financial needs.

We are your mortgage broker for life and we can do this by providing the most competitive mortgage rates for purchases and refinances because we have many different lender to choose from for your specific scenario. You cannot get that from the big banks as they have one source of rates and that is their own. We also tend to offer more competitive rates than other mortgage brokers due to having low overhead and being approved with some of the competitive lenders in the industry.

The loan products that we can offer include: Conventional, Jumbo, FHA, VA, USDA/Rural Housing, Fannie Mae Homepath, Freddie Mac HomeReady, and Reverse mortgages. We have credit scores down to a 580 on FHA, and even 1 year out of bankruptcy or foreclosure - subject to qualification.

Company and Loan Officers are Regulated by the Division of Real Estate NMLS #392727, Mark Hemingway NMLS #254933, CO LMB100010723


Amazing Loan Officer
Mark Hemingway is by far one of the best loan officers I have ever worked with. He is very responsive - he returns phone calls and emails in a very timely manner. He works hard for his clients and makes sure they are well informed every step of the process; from the initial application to the closing. He is friendly, efficient and professional. Because of this he has many, many return customers. If you are looking for a knowledgeable loan officer that can make the refinace or purchase process as painless as possible, Mark is your guy!
By carlas on July 23, 2015
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