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Mountain Community Home Mortgages

 

At Mountain West Financial, we understand that one size does not fit all! That's why we strive to offer mortgage loan solutions that fit every need. If you are looking for a mortgage loan in the Mountain Area, we can help! We offer many loan programs, including Conventional, JUMBO, FHA loans, VA loans, Down Payment Assistance and First Time Buyer programs! We also specialize in offering competitive refinance rates.

Our experienced mortgage professionals offer a combined 60 years of real estate related experience and we are ready to guide you through the process. Most of all, we understand the importance of providing you with an exceptional experience. Purchasing a new home is a wonderful time in your life and at Mountain West Financial, we pride ourselves in providing excellent and detailed service. Whether you’re planning to buy or refinance in our Mountain Communities including Arrowbear, Blue Jay, Green Valley Lake, Running Springs, Lake Arrowhead, Rim Forest, Crestline and Big Bear Lake or anywhere else throughout the State of California, contact us to provide solutions for you.

Conventional | Jumbo | Second Homes | FHA | FHA 203K | VA | USDA | EEM | CalPATH | FHA Streamline | FHA Cash-Out | FHA 203K | VA Streamline | VA Cash-Out | USDA Streamline |HELOC | HARP 2.0 | Down Payment Assistance | And More!

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Feb
16
2017
Mountain West Financial Announces New Specialty Products Division
Mountain West Financial is proud to announce the new Specialty Products Division. This division will be led by Kellee Smith, Operations Manager and Tonya Todd, SVP of Strategic Products.  The focus is primarily on affordable housing while furthering our...
Feb
15
2017
Reasons To Refinance (What You Want To Know Wednesdays)
A mortgage will generally be the most debt that you carry and have to manage. It is a good idea to give it a yearly check up. You can also take a look and see if refinancing would benefit you. Some reasons to refinance are: Mortgage rates drop – Mortgage rates are always changing. Lower...
Feb
15
2017
Borrowing Against 401(k) to Purchase a Home: Financial “Do”, or “Don’t”?
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Feb
09
2017
How to Calculate Your Debt-to-Income Ratio
  How Much Home Can You Afford?  When you apply for a mortgage, your prospective lender will check several factors, including calculating your debt-to-income ratio in order to determine the amount of mortgage to extend to you. You can get a jump start on the home buying...