Lincoln Mortgage Gets Involved With "Family Care" Initiative

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Lincoln Mortgage has signed up to volunteer services to the families of U.S. military personnel. This is a program, created by Minnesota's First Lady Mary Pawlenty, to help the families of military personnel who have recently been deployed.

The families of military personnel often need help sorting out the day-to-day finances while one spouse is deployed. Often times the deployment can last several months, during this period the staff at Lincoln Mortgage, a Minnesota based mortgage broker, will be there to help these families make good financial decisions.

Recently, the spouse of a deployed soldier called Lincoln Mortgage to inquire about her escrow amount shortage. The staff at Lincoln Mortgage explained to her that her insurance and taxes have increased during the last year so that her current lender needs additional funds to pay for her upcoming taxes and insurance.

Beyond pure financial advice and mortgage statement evaluation, some of the staff at Lincoln Mortgage have volunteered to be handymen for the day. These members undertake such tasks as fixing a leaky sink, or fastening loose deck boards. Sometimes it helps to have a hand with items that are normally taken care of by the deployed spouse.

"I encourage others to join this program. The least we can do is give a little back to the people that are risking their lives to protect for our country," stated Tim Tran, Senior Loan officer and Branch Manager. Lincoln Mortgage will continue to provide this service free of charge to the families of military personnel.

For additional information on the this program please visit

About Lincoln Mortgage, Inc. (

A family owned corporation that provides guaranteed on-time closing and believes in building a long term relationship with the community. Lincoln Mortgage does not originate high cost homes loans and does not engage in the practice of bait and switch. They have pride themselves on being the borrower's second-opinion lender.


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