We do not think interest rates will go this low again, so we really would encourage homeowners with good credit & equity to call American Interbanc to really get the best possible deal now.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) February 17, 2009
Americas Watchdog in the premier consumer advocacy organization in the United States, focused on protecting homeowners, and the American dream of home ownership. Americas Watchdog's National Mortgage Complaint Center and Homeowners Consumer Center are typically at the forefront of taking on banks, or US homebuilders for less than ethical practices. It is an extreme rarity when Americas Watchdog actually commends, or recommends a product, or a business, especially when it comes to the mortgage lending industry. However, in the case of American Interbanc, Americas Watchdog, and all of its affiliated groups strongly endorse and encourage homeowners with excellent credit, and equity in their homes to use American Interbanc. According to Americas Watchdog, "American Interbanc is the best priced, most honest, and ethical lender in the United States. We strongly encourage individuals or homeowners with excellent credit & equity in their homes to use American Interbanc." For more information about American Interbanc, homeowners or individuals can call them at 1-800-724-0004 or visit their web site at http://www.americaninterbanc.com
- Why would Americas Watchdog, Its National Mortgage Complaint Center And Its Homeowners Consumer Center Endorse American Interbanc?
According to Americas Watchdog, "the owner and staff of American Interbanc are the most ethical & honest mortgage lender in the United States. Typically if not always, American Interbanc has the best interest rates available to homeowners, or consumers wishing to buy, or refinance a home. The two proviso's are, the borrower must have very good credit, and they must have equity in their home, in the instance of a refinance. If you are a cream of the crop homeowner, or home purchaser, you will be hard pressed to find a better priced, or more ethical mortgage lender than American Interbanc.We give American Interbanc our absolute best recommendation."
- A Special Note To All Homeowners Or Borrowers With Very Good Credit And Or Equity In Their Home Wishing To Refinance Or Finance A Home Purchase:
According to Americas Watchdog, " as a testament to their ethics, and their pricing, American Interbanc frequently finances, or refinances the homes of bank executives. The reason: the bank executives own bank's mortgage products are more expensive than American Interbanc." For more information about American Interbanc homeowners or consumers can call them anytime at 1-800-724-0004, or they can visit their web site at http://www.americaninterbanc.com . "We do not think interest rates will go this low again, so we really would encourage homeowners with good credit & equity to call American Interbanc to really get the best possible deal now."
- What States Does American Interbanc Lend In?
American Interbanc currently lends, or provides home refinancing services in the following states; Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and Washington State.
According to Americas Watchdog, its National Mortgage Complaint Center & its Homeowners Consumer Center, "it really is a very big deal when we endorse a mortgage lender. If you live in any of the listed states, and you have excellent credit, we strongly encourage you to call American Interbanc first. You will be hard pressed to find better pricing, or a more honest & ethical approach to mortgage lending or refinancing a home." For more information about American Interbanc please call them at 1-800-724-0004 or visit their web site at http://www.americaninterbanc.com
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