Mortgage financing is complex – too complex to trust it to what you can find in the “cloud.”  Statistically speaking, each mortgage process involves upwards of 43 people, 100 to 150 phone calls, and reams of paper.  If you or someone you know is trying to save money by looking to the Internet for mortgage advice, be aware that there are many opportunities for buyers and sellers to make mistakes — BIG mistakes.

You and the people you care about deserve to have the time and attention of a mortgage broker who will oversee the process like no Internet lender could. For starters, I created a free report:  “The 10 Dumbest Mistakes Smart People Make When Buying or Selling a Home – and How to Avoid Them.” The next time you hear of a friend who is confused by an Internet-based mortgage service, take out your cell phone, look up my number and call me immediately and together we’ll get this free report to people who need it. (604-273-2002)

P.S.  Who’s the next person you know who’s gotten lost in the cloud?  Be sure to give me a call to discuss how I can help them.

Mark Fidgett, Your Vancouver Mortgage Broker For Life

www.notapennydown.com

604-273-2002