Angela McGinnis calls herself the “Mortgage Doctor.” She’s not afraid to make house calls, schedule after hours appointments, or spend the extra time to educate her buyers. She works with her customers to empower them to take control of their financial future. Angela has been in the business for over six years. She is knowledgeable and passionate about the financial industry and believes it is her responsibility to explain each step of the process to help you successfully reach your home ownership goals. Angela wants to make sure you are in the right program for you. More so, she wants you to understand why you paid money for closing costs and just how your escrow account works. Angela’s favorite loan program to work with is the Section 184 Indian Home Loan Guarantee Program, which is geared towards Native Americans. Not many are aware of the program, but there are many benefits to the program for eligible homebuyers. Give Angela a call today to learn a little bit more about the program, she would be happy to answer your questions! Working one on one with a local, experienced loan officer is so important . To also have that Loan officer backed by knowledgeable staff who handle your loan from start to finish is what makes Angela the key to your home buying success. In-house processing and underwriting allows Angela to better serve clients and help to make the process as smooth as possible. Angela looks forward to giving each and every one of her clients the best experience in the purchase of their new home!
Take a look at your potential monthly payment on a new home or by refinancing your current home, and connect with Angela to get the process started.
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Flat Branch Home Loans offers a variety of mortgage products to meet your needs including conventional loans, FHA loans, VA loans, USDA loans and many others.