House Hunting Out Of Town? We’ve Got Your Back.

During the first quarter of this year, 20% of online house hunters searched for properties that were outside their local area. Our beloved San Diego made the top 10 list of most searched cities. It seems the lack of budget-friendly home options is driving many to look towards metros with more affordable price tags.

As a lender that operates in 4 states(CA, AZ, WA, & HI), we know how difficult the mortgage process can be for out-of-town shoppers, especially when they aren’t familiar with the area. This is why we’ve made it a priority to take special care of those looking to move to another city.

If you’re looking to move to San Diego, or another metro area in California, Arizona, Washington, or Hawaii, give us a call and we can help you to develop a financial plan to get there. Our home loan experts are on call 24/7 to answer any questions you may have or provide you with a complementary quote and get pre-qualified for your new home.  Give us a call at your convenience, 888-721-0003.

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