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Jan 25, 2015

Helpful to 16 out of 19 people

We moved to California from Texas and we were a little surprised by house prices. We need a good mortgage rate from a good lender. When I learned that AHC Lending also operated in California, I was excited. My mortgage rate did not increase but rather decreased. I had the same kind of service: excellent. 

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Apr 17, 2015

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Helpful to 1 out of 2 people

I just read a post indicating dissatisfaction with the communication within the Quicken Loans organizations.  This is exactly the same experience that we had with Quicken.  We would talk with one person and then get completely different information from another individual.  These problesms came from simple issues like please place calls to the correct cell phone number, to complex issues on how to value assets.  Then we end up with different loan repayment amounts between the closing and the on line payment information.  I would never recommend these folks for anything.  We were asked to submit the same information two and three times.  This was simply not worth the money or the effort.

The communication silos are so strong that this company cannot even get it right within the same team.  

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Apr 13, 2015

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As second time clients of CapWest, we knew what to expect and they delivered once again. Sarah Kubicki was our loan consultant and Amy Lewis our processor. Both were always available to answer any questions, and our loan sailed through in under 30 days with these two and the rest of the CapWest team working together. We are very pleased and highly recommend CapWest. Ask for Sarah !!!

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Feb 28, 2015

Helpful to 3 out of 4 people

AIMI is not for a first-time home buyer or refinancer.  In fact, I would hesitate to use them on a purchase loan at all, since they tend to run late on funding.  (We've closed 3 loans with them.)  However, if you know what you're doing and you have your paperwork in order, for refinance transactions, they're the lowest cost money around.  We have multiple rental properties and are self-employed, so loans are always a mess for us, but AIM has been able to do it 3 times now.

As I said, you have to know what you're doing and be willing to push a little.  If you want hand-holding, go pay an extra 2-3 points to use your local mortgage banker instead.  However, if you want the lowest cost money available, AIM is the place to go.

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Feb 27, 2015

Helpful to 1 out of 1 people

This was a nightmare. Unless you have a simple and straight forward mortgage need. Avoid these guys and do not be seduced by the low rates.

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Mar 15, 2015

Helpful to 1 out of 1 people

Please stay away. THEY ARE CROOKS! 

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Sep 01, 2014

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Helpful to 46 out of 52 people

Loved them/easy to work with/was my first mortgage when I purchsed my home 2010.Then I got sold off to Bank Of America/wasnt so thrilled with them. Sold off again to NationStar who is worse than  Bank of America! So wish I could go back to Everbank--have been unemployed since early June 2014 /fell behind on mortgage payments due to unemploy. Just landed a full time job. Had a full time job for 10 years with the fed gov.Cant afford to refinance to a better bank. At 4,5% now 30 yrs FHA

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May 08, 2014

Helpful to 71 out of 75 people

I used Close Your Own Loan.com and Peoples Bank to purchase my new home and the process was great.  They closed my loan right on time and the people there were so friendly and knowledgable.  I wouldn't hesitate to use them again in the future. 

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