Zero Mortgage Review 2023
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At a glance
State License: MC-5688
Conventional, jumbo, fixed-rate, adjustable-rate; rate-and-term and cash-out refinancing; investment property
Available in all states except Alaska, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Vermont, Washington and Wyoming
Min. credit score required
620 for conventional loans
Pros and cons
- Online application process
- Speedy preapproval
- No points or hidden fees
- Doesn’t offer government-insured loans like FHA, VA or USDA loans
- Not available in all states
Zero Mortgage is good for
Borrowers looking for a totally online process with a quick preapproval
Breakdown of Zero Mortgage overall score
Affordability: A key benefit of working with this lender: It doesn’t charge lender fees, including application or underwriting costs, or points.
Availability: Zero Mortgage works with borrowers in most states, but it doesn’t offer VA, FHA or USDA loans, which have more flexible borrower requirements.
Borrower experience: As an online-only lender, Zero offers quick preapprovals and an all-digital experience.
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Zero Mortgage doesn’t advertise current rates on its website, but you can start the process online to obtain a quote tailored to your situation (and without a credit check). You won’t have to pay an application or underwriting fee with this lender, nor points to buy down your rate.
Zero Mortgage offers conventional mortgages, both conforming and non-conforming for more expensive properties. It doesn’t offer government-insured loans, however. The lender is licensed in most states but doesn’t operate everywhere.
Borrower experience: 4.4/5
Zero Mortgage and its affiliated brands have originated $3 billion in loans to date. The lender is accredited by the Better Business Bureau and has an A rating from the organization, with overwhelmingly positive reviews from customers on the BBB website.
If you’re interested in a loan with Zero, you can apply online, and the lender offers both preapprovals and prequalifications. It also offers email and phone support, and the convenience of e-signature on some documents.
Refinancing with Zero Mortgage
Zero Mortgage offers refinancing options, which you can apply for online. The lender doesn’t advertise refinance rates directly on its website, but also doesn’t charge fees on any of its loan products.
Alternatives to Zero Mortgage
- Rocket Mortgage review – For an online process with more educational tools available
- Wells Fargo Home Mortgage review – For a brick-and-mortar option
- Lower mortgage review – For more online rate transparency
ZeroMortgage consumer reviews
State License: MC-5688
About consumer ratings
Customer service rating
91% of reviews would recommend this lender
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Senior mortgage reporter
Jeff Ostrowski covers mortgages and the housing market. Before joining Bankrate in 2020, he wrote about real estate and the economy for the Palm Beach Post and the South Florida Business Journal.