I have no way of earning your business, I'm in another state... here's an unbiased opinion on finding a lender:
First try a bank that you have a relationship with. That is the most strait forward, and easiest to get started... But, just because they are your bank, doesn't mean they will get you the best deal, or take the best care of you... They will be able to look at your situation, and determine what products you may qualify for. Then you can compare apples-to-apples when you begin to shop lenders.
Once you know your loan situation, find a Realtor you like... Not the most popular, or "best of the best", find one you really like to interact with... It is important you have a great working relationship with your agent so that you get taken care of. Ask that agent who they would recommend, and then have them run some figures for you.
Get at least 3 Good Faith Estimates from 3 different lenders and compare up-front costs, long-term cost of the loan, and lastly; rate. So many people get hung up on rate when it's not always what's most important.
Here's where all of my fellow brokers and lenders cringe: DO NOT HESITATE TO SHOP LENDERS! There are strict regulations in place that are designed to allow buyers the opportunity to shop for the best deal... take full advantage of them!