HomeLend Mortgage Review 2022
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At a glance
State License: MC-5650
Conventional, jumbo, FHA, VA, fixed-rate, adjustable-rate; rate-and-term and cash-out refinancing
Available in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia and Washington
Min. credit score required
Pros and cons
- No lender fees
- Preapprovals in 15 minutes
- A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and exceptional reviews from past customers
- Only available in 23 states
- Doesn’t display rates online (must share personal info for a custom rate quote)
- No USDA loans or home equity products
HomeLend Mortgage overview
HomeLend Mortgage is the consumer direct company owned by New Jersey-based Kwik Mortgage. The lender has helped more than 10,000 borrowers with more than $4 billion in mortgages since its founding in 1998. HomeLend Mortgage specializes in offering an entirely digital experience, with an online portal borrowers can use to track their applications, e-sign and more.
HomeLend Mortgage is good for
Borrowers who want a completely digital mortgage experience and a fast closing process
Breakdown of HomeLend Mortgage overall score
Affordability: HomeLend Mortgage doesn’t charge lender fees, which could save you some money at closing.
Availability: HomeLend works with borrowers in the most populated states, but it’s not available in all states. It has a diverse set of loan offerings for different kinds of borrowers.
Borrower experience: If you qualify, you can get a preapproval in 15 minutes from this lender.
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HomeLend Mortgage doesn’t charge any lender fees. It doesn’t publicly display its rates online; however, you can complete a custom rate quote form with information about your credit score, employment status and other factors to get a personalized estimate of your borrowing costs.
HomeLend Mortgage operates in about half of U.S. states, including California, Florida, New York and Texas. The lender provides conventional loans as well as some government-insured loans (FHA and VA), along with refinancing should rates drop. It also offers jumbo loans.
Borrower experience: 4.5/5
HomeLend Mortgage has been in business for more than 20 years. The lender is accredited by the Better Business Bureau and has an A+ rating from the organization.
You can submit a request for a custom rate quote on HomeLend’s website to get an estimate of your mortgage costs, and you can apply for your loan online, too. The lender typically issues preapprovals in 15 minutes. You can lock your rate, sync your bank accounts, upload documents and sign them electronically via the lender’s portal, as well. There’s also a calculator to help estimate your monthly payments.
Refinancing with HomeLend Mortgage
You can refinance your current mortgage with HomeLend through a rate-and-term refinance, or you can tap your home’s equity with a cash-out refinance. The lender’s website doesn’t offer much information about refinancing options, but you can get a custom rate quote. As with purchase, there are no lender fees for refinancing.
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HomeLend Mortgage consumer reviews
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