01-16-2014 07:45 PM
So I heard a radio ad and it caught my attention. I filled out there app online thinking it was a local New Mexico company. They called me back and first thing I noticed was there area code. I gave them my info and they said they would call me back and talk about my loan. I got an email that same day saying they wanted to go over my approval and would like to meet with me at 7Pm Friday at my house. I don't live by myself right now so I said I would like to meet at there office they said they would try to schedule it for Monday at there office. I went to meet them on Monday at there "office". It was a office that different company's go to for meetings. Im not sure if its just me being worried for no reason our if I have a perfect reason to worry. The company is based in Aurora Co has anybody else used them for there home loan if so tell me your experience.
01-16-2014 10:31 PM
There are a lot of independent agents that work away from their main offices - Any time you apply online you roll the dice on who you will be dealing with.
These days you only need a phone a computer and a fax machine . I would go and see how you feel after you meet with the person - Then decide how to proceed - you are not committed at this point
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