Home loan and refinance shoppers are now able to get a loan faster and at lower interest rates through the nationwide lending network.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) July 01, 2014
Home loan and refinance shoppers are now able to get a loan faster and at lower interest rates through the nationwide lending network. Complete Home Loans has developed a unique online system that connects their applicants to lenders based on credit history and credit score. Not only does this method save shoppers time in finding a trusted lender but it saves them the headache of shopping for a lender that will be able to get them approved for a home refinance, purchase, or equity loan.
https://completehomeloans.net/application-form/ - 60 second application form
America’s favorite lending resource has helped thousands of applicants find approval for a loan through their network. Loan shoppers who’ve found approval include people with bad credit history or who’ve been turned down in the past because of their current financial statements.
Loan shoppers are encouraged to check their credit score after filling out the above home loan application. Understanding one's credit score can help them not only get approved for a loan but will help shoppers determine whether or not there's issues on their credit score that can be fixed right away. Complete Home Loans helps their applicants save thousands of dollars every year on home loan interest rates by providing this easy to use credit score tool at the end of their application process.
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).