Houston Home Loans that Give back to Texas Communities Now Available at Hope Tree Home Loans

Hope Tree Home Loans is now offering Houston home loans at http://www.hopetreehomeloans.com that enable borrowers to donate a percentage of the loan to charity at zero extra cost.

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Houston, Texas home loan specialists Hope Tree Home Loans, one of the leading Texas mortgage lenders, have announced new Houston home loan programs that help make home loans more obtainable.

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Hope Tree Home Loans is now offering Houston home loans at www.hopetreehomeloans.com that enable borrowers to donate a percentage of the loan to charity at zero extra cost.

HOUSTON, TEXAS (PRWEB) July 08, 2013

Hope Tree Home Loans, the Houston, Texas home loan specialists and one of the leading Texas mortgage lenders, takes great pride in being active participants in the Houston Community. And as proud Houstonians they have announced that they are now giving a percentage of every Houston home loan to local charitable and non-profit organizations. Hope Tree Home Loans’ mission is to support the community that their employees love and work in by participating in and giving back to the community while providing the absolute best home loans Houston has to offer.

Hope Tree Home Loans unique donation program allows borrowers to give back to the community by donating a designated percentage of the their loans to a local charity or non-profit organization of their choice. The program enables borrowers to help their local community at absolutely zero extra cost. Hope Tree has also partnered with many respected charitable and non-profit organizations in the Houston area to provide opportunities for those groups to benefit from Hope Tree’s programs.

The economy is recovering; the last few months have seen a spike in home sales. Hope Tree urges those who have been contemplating a new home to act as soon as possible before rates and prices jump any further. In May alone overall home sales rose 4 percent from April and 13 percent from one year earlier to an annual rate of 5.18 million homes in the month of May. Home prices are also on the rise, partly due to a drop in foreclosures. Only 18 percent of home sales in the month of May were so-called distressed sales, which typically sell at a discount to market prices, compared to a year ago when 25 percent of sales were distressed sales.

Those interested in obtaining a home loan through Hope Tree Home Loans can contact them at (713) 600-4444 or online at http://www.hopetreehomeloans.com to schedule a consultation with one of their home loan professionals.


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