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First Choice Loan Services/Michael Addison First Choice Loan Services/Michael Addison

Office: Addison, TX

Area(s) Served: All of Texas

Area(s) of Practice: Mortgage Lending Services

Phone: 214-458-8822

Email: Michael@MichaelAddison.com


MidAmerica Mortgage/Rodney Follmer MidAmerica Mortgage/Rodney Follmer

Office: Addison, TX

Area(s) Served: All of Texas

Area(s) of Practice: Mortgage Lending Services

Phone: 214-407-4445

Email: Rodney@TexasBestLoan.com





Recent Mortgage Articles

Five Smart Tips on Improving Your Credit Five Smart Tips on Improving Your Credit

By Tabitha Naylor

Everyone's credit profile is unique, built by a diverse myriad of purchases and balances we all acquire over time. But when it comes to raising your score, the chances are that you will quickly become overwhelmed with all the advice out there. Inside, we offer some sound general advice on how to raise your credit score

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What is The Secondary Mortgage Market? What is The Secondary Mortgage Market?

By Tabitha Naylor

When you go to a bank or lending facility to finance your home with a mortgage loan, you and the lender are doing business on what is referred to as the primary mortgage market. There is also a secondary market where the lender will recoup the funds they lent to you through third-party investors. Inside, we highlight how this process works

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The Difference Between A Mortgage And A Deed Of Trust The Difference Between A Mortgage And A Deed Of Trust

By Tabitha Naylor

A deed of trust is a contract that involves three parties. A mortgage loan is a direct agreement between the lender and the borrower. But the difference between these contracts run deeper than just the number of parties involved. Inside, we review the finer points of both.

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