We believe all clients should benefit from the heightened level of service other mortgage companies and banks reserve for a certain few.
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) June 04, 2014
PrivatePlus Mortgage, an Atlanta-based firm that does business nationally, has recently been authorized to do business in North Carolina and Rhode Island, meaning it can now provide mortgages most anywhere in the U.S. PrivatePlus, a division of Private Bank of Buckhead, says its alliance with a strong, well-established bank known for its high-touch service philosophy leverages the best of both.
“We believe all clients should benefit from the heightened level of service other mortgage companies and banks reserve for a certain few,” says Dan Smith, President of PrivatePlus. “That’s what the ‘private’ in our name signifies: We don’t send just certain clients to a private department with heightened offerings – we’re bringing all of our clients the service, products, pricing and processes they want and need, that they deserve.”
Smith says PrivatePlus offers a full range of mortgage products: Purchase, Refinance, Investment, Jumbo products, Second home, Fixed second, and more. In its home state of Georgia, it also offers Construction loans, Lot loans, Multiple collateral loans and Home equity lines of credit. And, while the company of course offers more traditionally structured loans, it also is a leader in no-closing-cost loans.
“Our mortgage professionals look at more than just the loan type and interest rate you have or need,” he says. “We help you decide which loan best fits your individual circumstances. Our seasoned pros guide you through the benefits and pitfalls of each scenario, because we understand the challenges of shopping for a mortgage: Comparing rates, fees, points and more.”
With its approval in North Carolina and Rhode Island, PrivatePlus can offer mortgages to residents of most states and the District of Columbia. See the Web site for geographical restrictions: http://www.PrivatePlus.com. It is located in Atlanta’s Buckhead community, the city’s financial district.