Securing a home is an integral part of the human experience, representing stability, security, and a sense of belonging.
For most individuals and families, buying a home is a significant milestone and one of the most substantial financial decisions they will ever make. However, amidst the excitement of house-hunting and envisioning a dream abode, lies a critical aspect that demands thorough consideration: finding the right mortgage lender.
The importance of choosing the right mortgage lender cannot be overstated, as it can profoundly impact the entire home-buying journey and the long-term financial well-being of the buyer. Their expertise, reliability, and transparency play a pivotal role in shaping the overall affordability, flexibility, and satisfaction of the mortgage agreement.
The right lender can simplify the application process, reduce unnecessary stress, and offer timely assistance, ensuring a seamless and efficient path to homeownership. For these reasons, Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Green Team would like to introduce our preferred lender: The Carbon Team at Cross Country Mortgage.
In its early stages, The Carbon Team was only made up of 4 friends. After years of hard work and determination, they’ve grown to over 100 mortgage professionals. To get where they are now, The Carbon Team has built an environment in which they can learn and thrive off each other. They understand that to make their clients happy and satisfied with their service, they have to work together respectfully and humbly.
The team’s success is in their numbers and in 2022 alone, they have successfully closed over $1.3B in loans and have guided countless families into homes they deserve. Their ultimate goal is to get to $2B in mortgage loans in the near future. Outside of mortgages, The Carbon Team hosts a fundraiser every year for different charities and have been successful at raising life-changing amounts for each local community.
Above all, The Carbon Team works with integrity, empathy, and insurmountable knowledge about the mortgage process, bringing the human element to the game, time and time again.
Our preferred lenders are always ready, willing and able to help! Feel free to reach our to any of them with questions about the process. If you're ready to start the buying process, just click on "Apply Now" to begin your homeownership journey.
A mortgage is a type of loan you can use to buy or refinance a home.
The best way to know which mortgage is right for you is to speak with a licensed mortgage broker, loan officer or mortgage banker.
Our agents have a database of professionals we work with regularly. We would be happy to help you find a home and make a suggestion for the right lender.
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