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OUR MORTGAGE DOCUMENT INSPECTION REPORT
Our Mortgage Document Inspection Report is specifically
designed to make certain a homeowner or home buyer is
getting the best possible mortgage product. It is
focused on the interest rate being offered along with
the costs the lender is charging for the mortgage. All
US homeowners wishing to refinance their home or home
purchasers attempting to buy a home who have good to
extremely good credit are strongly encouraged to take
advantage of the Mortgage Document Inspection Report
because of the potential for cost savings and the peace
of mind in knowing you were not overcharged. On average
we save a homeowner about to refinance, or a home buyer
about to purchase a home hundreds of dollars or more.
What We Do
For individuals about to finance or refinance their
home, we will thoroughly examine your Good Faith
Estimate & Truth in Lending Statement and provide
written suggestions or opinions related to your proposed
mortgage type, the interest rate you are being offered.
Our mortgage refinance or finance report and analysis
will pay particular attention to the costs you are being
Our written Mortgage
Document Inspection Report pays particular attention to
Our Mortgage Document
Inspection Report will address the pro's and con's
of the mortgage product you are being offered. Is
there a better type of mortgage product out there
than the one you are on the verge of getting? As an
example, our report will document the cost savings
between a 30 year fixed rate mortgage versus a 15
year fixed rate mortgage.
If we feel like your
lender has inflated your interest rate over the
market, we will document it in the report and we
will show you what your mortgage payment including
principal and interest should be versus what you are
being offered. If we can document the fact that the
rate you are being offered is an eighth of a point,
or a quarter point over market in interest rate
charges, this could save you thousands of dollars
over the life of the loan. If we feel like the
mortgage interest rate you are being charged is
fair, we will tell you so. If we feel like the
interest rate you are being offered is unfair, we
will say so, and we will recommend other mortgage
lenders or banks.
Our mortgage document
inspection pays close attention to every fee listed
on your Good Faith Estimate in relationship to your
proposed refinance or home purchase mortgage. If you
are being charged too much our report will document
the over charge.
Our Mortgage Document
Inspection is a narrative written report that
details everything we like, or do not like about
your proposed mortgage. Our Mortgage Document Report
is designed to save you money and it is designed to
give you peace of mind with respect to the mortgage
or costs associated with the mortgage you are being
offered. Typically the consumer shares our report
with their lender and gets a better mortgage
product, lower fees or both.
What We Need From You:
We start this process with a phone interview with you
involving what your mortgage objectives are, your credit
worthiness, & other basic information we need to do a
thorough report for you. In order to complete the report
we need the following:
A brief telephone
interview so we can try to understand a little about
you, your credit history, and what your goal is with
respect to the mortgage, or refinance.
A copy of your Good
A copy of your Truth in
If you are using a
mortgage broker, we need a copy of their Work Sheet
this service cost?
We charge $95.00 for this service.
This is all about saving you money and helping you
if you are being over charged!
Don't finance or refinance before you call us.
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