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Peter Mohyls…, Real Estate Pro in Sandestin, FL

I hear constant adds about Quicken. Anybody have any experience with them to share?

Asked by Peter Mohylsky, Sandestin, FL Sun Jun 16, 2013

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I am a local mortgage lender here in the Panhandle and there are times it really helps to have someone local to go the extra mile to make sure your closing happens on time. That can involve driving to meet in person to pick up or deliver a document, etc...

If you would like a no obligation quote of closing costs and payments, do not hesitate to call me anytime.

Thank you,

Mike Tarleton
Sr. Mortgage Loan Officer
Bank of England
850-866-2963 (Cell)
706-888-0980 (Cell / Text)
866-727-8521 (Fax)
NMLS: 264821
Located at Carillon Beach, FL

http://www.bankofengland.us

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We are very proud of our AAA rating with the Better Business Bureau at the Bank of England. “We do what we say, and complete what we do”. Please look at our rating with the BBB.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jun 17, 2013
My clients have always had better experiences with local lenders than the nationally advertised lenders you see on TV. The loan process can be quite involved with all of the required documentation these days and it's comforting to have someone you can get on the phone that you trust to guide you through the process. With the national lenders, you never know who is going to handle your file and you may talk to a new person each time you call in for a status. This is very frustrating for most people.

The savings on their advertisements is not always as good as it looks either. There are usually some higher fees with their loans once you start getting all the details. You have to compare apples to apples here and make sure they are not just luring you in with a low rate and then making up for it with their fees.

There's enough stress for most people going through the loan process, why add another layer of complication to the situation?
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jun 16, 2013
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Quicken to turn loans down Quicken? Or never call you back after you sign up or when issues come up right before closing Quicken?

If you are an 820 score borrower putting 30% down on a 500k home with 15 yrs on the job and have 3 months to play around...then that may be a good route

If you want better service, returned calls and emails and a very wide selection of loan programs click here: http://www.pro-option.com

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jun 16, 2013
We use and recommend Quicken for personal and business formats. Good records to have for easier tax time preparations and tracking expenses.
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