Home Mortgage Lender, Complete Home Loans, Offers Easy Approval Home Loans

The nationwide lending network is helping home shoppers get low interest home loans, regardless of credit score.

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home purchase, equity, refinancing

home purchase, equity, refinancing

For the month of July, Complete Home Loans has expanded its lending approvals to allow more home shoppers to get low interest rate home loans.

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) July 05, 2014

For the month of July, Complete Home Loans has expanded its lending approvals to allow more home shoppers to get low interest rate home loans. Regardless of credit score, the nationwide lending network has helped thousands of mortgage and refinance shoppers get approved for a home loan.

https://completehomeloans.net/application-form/ - 60 Second Home Loan Application Form

The application process is simple. After applicants fill out the 60-second form, they are then matched to a lender. Lenders are matched to the applicants based upon two important factors. First, whether they will be able to provide approval, and, second, whether or not they provide the lowest interest rates available.

Home loan and refinance shoppers are also encouraged to check their credit score after applying for a home loan. The popular lending resource has an easy to use credit score tool that consumers can take advantage of to find out their credit score before finalizing their home loan provider.

About Complete Home Loans
The Home purchase, equity, and refinancing loan company services customers across America no matter their credit history. They specialize in matching people with good, bad, or no credit to lenders who may be able to qualify them for a home loan. Their network of lenders is the largest in the United States and offers low interest financing to home owners or shoppers.

People who’ve been turned down in the past are able to use their easy online application form to instantly get approved for a loan (no matter their credit history).