South Carolina Mortgage Broker

South Carolina Mortgage Broker

South Carolina Mortgage Broker

As a South Carolina Mortgage Broker, we have the unique advantage of shopping multiple lenders for you, ensuring you get the best possible rate on your purchase or refinance.

Our commitment stays true to you, the client – not the bank. Because of this we don’t charge any lender fees and we don’t “clock out” at 5pm, we’re here whenever you need us.

As a South Carolina Mortgage Broker we work with a network of over 40 different wholesale lenders to find the perfect loan package to fit your exact scenario, ensuring that you get the best rate and pricing available.

Why you should work with a South Carolina Mortgage Broker

We are local, and licensed to help throughout the whole state of South Carolina! We’ve worked with thousands of other South Carolina homeowners. Whether you’re a first time homebuyer, a seasoned investor, or are looking to refinance or take cash out of an existing property, we would love the opportunity to work with you!

  • Up-to-date on all the mortgage rates, terms and program options available.
  • We only specialize in mortgages and are knowledgeable on current trends.
  • No lender fees, saving you on average of $1,500 at closing.
  • We’ll save you time and money by matching you with the right lender.
  • We have vested interest in satisfying your needs since we rely on referrals.
  • Access to over 30 different lenders, banks, investors and financial institutions.
  • Fast credit and loan pre-approvals with no cost or obligations.
  • We’re experts at matching you with the best suited mortgage for your needs.
  • Access rates through the wholesale channel with our investors.
  • We work for our clients, not the bank.

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