Residential and Commerical Mortgages


A Conventional Loan is ideal for borrowers that have 20% or more of equity in their purchase or refinance that wish to avoid paying mortgage insurance.


USDA loans are a great option for borrowers looking to purchase a property in rural areas. Up to 100% financing available for those that qualify.


A federally insured home loan that is great for first time home buyers and repeat borrowers alike.  It can be used for purchases, refinancing, or streamline loans.

Construction & Rehab

A construction mortgage allows for construction of a 1-4 family residence. A rehab mortgage allows borrowers to do minor repairs & purchase new appliances.


A Veteran Home Loan is a program meant for the men and women who have served our country.  VA Mortgages can be used to purchase or refinance a home.

Reverse Mortgages

A Reverse Mortgage allows borrowers 62 years of age or older to utilize the equity in their home to make repairs, invest, or to supplement their monthly income.

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Latest News

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    Home Construction Loans Have you been dreaming of building a new home but don’t know where to start?  Our new financing option makes it easy with an FHA one-time close construction-to-permanent loan.  This program combines the low down-payment & affordability of an FHA program while fulfilling the increasing demand for new housing in today’s market. 

    November 14, 2018
  • Connecticut Reverse Mortgage Program Facts

    Connecticut Reverse Mortgage   If you’re looking for an additional source of funds in retirement, a Connecticut reverse mortgage just might be what you need. A reverse mortgage is a loan against the equity in your home.  As a result, it is like a home equity loan in reverse. It allows seniors that are 62

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  • Low Credit Score Mortgage Options in Connecticut

    “I Have a Low Credit Score: Can I Still Get a Mortgage?” Just because you don’t have a high credit score doesn’t mean you can’t refinance or purchase a new home. Lenders are becoming less strict about credit scores and are offering loans to people with low scores and blemishes in their credit history. Understanding

    November 7, 2018