At Mortgage Solutions of Georgia, we know that purchasing a new home or refinancing your existing home loan can be an exciting yet stressful time. Talk to a bank and you might get even more anxious at their 9-5 mentality. That’s when the team at Mortgage Solutions of Georgia rolls up our sleeves on your behalf. What sets us apart from the competition is our dedication to you! As a small business our clients both past and existing are what make us successful, and we don’t take this relationship lightly. Our business is 100% referral based, which means you’re happy outcome is our top priority.
Want to purchase a home in Valdosta utilizing a VA loan? Looking to purchase in Tifton by using an FHA loan? Want to refinance your mortgage in Kennesaw or Acworth but worried about your credit scores or appraised value? How about a Reverse Mortgage for seniors 62 or older? Or maybe you live in one of this great state’s rural areas and need a USDA loan for 100% financing. No problem!
Mortgage Solutions of Georgia is proud of our record of experience, education and success in closing loans that many others have thought too challenging. We are licensed professionals for the State of Georgia and can close loans no matter what part of the state you live in. We offer VA loans, Conventional loans, USDA loans, Reverse mortgages and FHA loans – among others. Ask us how our experience and hard work can help you achieve your long-term goals today.
A USDA mortgage loan is one of the very best loan products currently on the mortgage market. A USDA loan will offer a qualified home buyer 100% financing with no down payment, low financing rates, and low monthly mortgage insurance. Requirements for … [Read More...]
Looking to buy a home in Georgia but don’t have a down payment, you may want to look into a USDA loan. A USDA loan, also known as a Rural Development Loan, is a government insured home loan that allows qualified home buyers to purchase a home with … [Read More...]
Dear Go To Guys,
When Can I Repurchase Again After Bankruptcy?
This is a question we often get asked. It all depends on which type of financing you are looking to get.
Conventional: For a chapter 7 Bankruptcy it is 4 years and 2 … [Read More...]