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Assurance Financial Group - Reid Chauvin
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Assurance Financial Group - Reid Chauvin
Specialties: Residential, Mobile Homes
We are not a Hard Money Lender. Assurance Financial is an independent, full service residential mortgage banker that offers long-term financing solutions for 1-4 unit residential properties. Founded in 2001, Assurance is Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac seller/servicer approved as well as Ginnie Mae issuer approved. The company is currently licensed in 47 states and has 24 locations and 121 MLOs located in 19 attractive, growing U.S. markets. Assurance is continuing to grow by adding branch licenses throughout the South, Southeast, Southwest, East, and Midwest United States. The company closed $1 billion in 2019 and over $2 billion in 2020. Assurance offers a full menu of attractive residential loan products, closes loans in their name and retains agency servicing on a growing number of closed loans. The company vision is to continue to build on a proven successful model by adding team members that care about each other, have a high degree of integrity/professionalism, work hard to please our customers, and, have a passion for closing loans accurately and on time. Our intent is to build on our proven success by adding team members with integrity, drive and a passion for closing loans. In return, we offer great pay, excellent benefits, outstanding professional support, the technical tools to succeed, and one of the best places to work you’ll ever find. Walk through a new door of opportunity with Assurance Financial. We close your loans on time, every time! Equal Housing Opportunity NMLS# 70876
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The section on the right hand side of all of the lender listings are displayed to help users qualify a lender. Here, members will be able to see the number of personal deals entered into their BiggerPockets profile and referrals by other members. In this section you will also see how active this lender is on the forums through seeing the number of posts and upvotes on those posts within the forums. The final portion will show you each lender’s specialization which will help you decide if this lender is a good fit for your real estate investing strategy.

Questions To Ask A Lender

Before you apply for a mortgage loan, there are some important questions you will want to ask your lender. These questions will help you feel confident in your decision to apply for a mortgage and the knowledge of your lender. Here are some questions you should ask your lender before applying for a loan:

Which type of loan is best for me?
Any good lender will want to know more about your financial situation before they give you an idea of which type of loan is best for you. There are all different types of loans out there and it is important to know they are finding the best loan for you. Make sure they are doing their due diligence before determining the best loan type for you.
How much house can I afford?
Before you are able to start seriously looking at homes, you will want to know how much house you can afford. There are more factors going into a loan than how much money you make, you may be surprised at how much or little you can afford! Make sure to get a clear idea from your lender before you start looking at homes to purchase.
What would my interest rate be?
A good interest rate is one of the most important factors when buying a home. Make sure you are clear on your interest rate and when you might be eligible to refinance into a new interest rate if your starting rate is higher than you would like.
Will I have to pay private mortgage insurance?
Depending on your loan type and how much money you are putting down, you may have to pay mortgage insurance.
What are all the costs I am responsible for?
Be sure that you understand what costs you are responsible for as a buyer. Aside from closing costs, there is also an inspection, appraisal and other costs during escrow that a buyer is typically responsible for.
What will my monthly payment be?
Based off of interest rate, down payment, loan type, mortgage insurance etc, your monthly payment will vary. Be sure you have a breakdown of what your final monthly payment will be.
What costs am I responsible for at closing?
It is hard to know the total cost of closing leading up to the day, but your lender should be able to give you a pretty good number of what you will be responsible for at closing.
Are there any other costs or fees I should be aware of?
There are plenty of fees associated with purchasing a home, be sure you know everything you will be responsible for during this process.
What else do you expect to need from me?
During this process there are a lot of documents, pay stubs, bank statements and more that your lender will need. It is always great to know up front what they might need so you have time to find those documents and deliver it to your lender on time.
Do I qualify for any grants or down payment assistance programs?
You may be surprised at how many grants and down payment assistance programs are out there! It’s your lender’s job to make sure you get the best mortgage loan and monthly payment. Make sure you ask the right questions to get the most affordable mortgage for you.

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