Fast Mortgage Loan Approval (FastMLA) Launches Newly Redesigned Website

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In an effort to provide both current and potential homeowners with competitive loan options, FastMLA has created a user-friendly website designed at helping individuals choose a lender that best suits their needs in the shortest amount of time possible.

In an effort to provide customers with up-to-date content and a user-friendly format, Fast Mortgage Loan Approval (FastMLA) has launched a new website design. This fresh layout will feature the same service of connecting customers with potential lenders, but will also offer information to help both current and future homeowners choose the right lending option for their individual needs.

"We've been online since 2003, but now we are taking a different approach," says Josh Peete of FastMLA. "We are now gearing the site to provide a lot of fresh content about refinancing and purchasing, but you can also subscribe to a newsletter and apply online."

As a website that was originally designed to give lenders the ability to compete for a potential customer's business, FastMLA quickly learned that consumers are not elated at the thought of receiving multiple phone calls from lenders regarding their loan request. Instead, the company's new focus is educating the customer and helping them to find the best lender with the best rates. "In our current business model, mortgage seekers deal with one friendly individual that can meet all current and future mortgage needs," according to the company.

In addition to making sure both current and future homeowners are equipped with the knowledge necessary for making the right mortgage choice, FastMLA works closely with a mortgage broker to ensure that their prescreened lenders do not surprise customers with hidden fees and/or points. "The mortgage lenders we use do not include a pre-payment penalty or higher interest rate than deserved," says the company.

Once a customer completes a brief online application, a mortgage professional will contact them to verify the information provided. "For security reasons, we do not ask for your social security number and date of birth online," the company confirms. "We would rather discuss those personal details over the phone as a courtesy to you." Instead of the customer being flooded with unwanted telephone calls from regional lenders, FastMLA provides them with the ability to work closely with one mortgage professional who can guide them through the process of home ownership and/or refinancing.

For additional information regarding the new website design and/or the company's approach to helping individuals find and choose a lender, contact Josh Peete at


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