We are a full service lender offering FHA, VA, Conventional, USDA, and 203K loans as well as home equity lines of credit, non-owner occupied (investment) loans with local underwriting and unparralleled turn-around times.
We offer a personal experience to our valued customers allowing them to close on their mortgage in as little as 10-14 days from origination. We originate locally, process locally and underwrite locally so that we are with you every step of the way ensuring that all your information is secure and processed accordingly to your satisfaction.
We offer services in purchasing and refinancing with up to 100% loan to value for those that qualify.
Come apply with us today and let our 25 years of extensive mortgage experience help you close your loan with no application fee.
Let North Shore Mortgage help you land your equity.
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