Get Mortgage Savvy

Does the thought of applying for a mortgage make you anxious? Uncertain? Wary?

You liken it to shopping for a major appliance, a new television, or dare say, a new vehicle. 

And it makes perfect sense for you to feel that way. After all, you’re likely not an expert in any of those topics. You don’t know what you don’t know, so you’re afraid of making a costly mistake.

Sure, you can Google it. I’ve taken my fair share of crash courses when preparing for significant purchases such as buying new vehicles. Despite my research, I can still feel a bit out of my depth when speaking to someone whose livelihood depends on knowing those products like their children.

A mortgage may be the most significant transaction you’ll ever negotiate. Even if you buy and sell a few homes in your lifetime, nobody can reasonably expect to become an expert based on such a small sample size.

Your loan professional will realize they’re not dealing with a savvy borrower. It could be the questions you ask, your answers to their questions, your body language, or any combination thereof.

But what if that wasn’t the case?

What if you had the power?

Imagine a mortgage shopping experience where you understand the product well enough to:

  • Determine which companies you’d prefer to do business with
  • Feel comfortable in a discussion with a seasoned sales associate
  • Feel capable of making an informed decision
  • Feel confident in your ability to negotiate a fair offer

You will get mortgage savvy.

And the best part?

It’s free. There’s no catch, no hidden trap door, no fine print. Read as little or as much as you want. You owe me nothing. Ever.

I know what you’re thinking:

Okay, so what’s in it for you, Al?

Easy: helping people like you.

I spent eight years in the mortgage industry answering many of the questions you have today. I not only enjoyed it, I took pride in my ability to earn my customers’ trust.

And rest assured, I do earn an income for my blogging efforts.

My posts will include links to my trusted partners. If you click one of these links, which are commonly known as affiliate links, and you make a purchase, I’ll receive a small commission for referring you to them.

My readers win, my partners win, and I win.

I love that business model.

And I’m looking forward to guiding you to self-empowerment, savings, and peace of mind.

Send me an email so we can get started.