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At Metropolitan Home Loan LLC, we treat each customer as an individual, not a number. We don't place you into a loan profile formula created by the banking industry. We use "common sense" and will help you obtain the best loan possible. We represent a wide range of "A" rated lenders with first quality rates to private "hardship" lenders.
We work with more than 100 investors. This allows us to get you the best rates on all types of loan programs including: 30yr mortgage, 20yr mortgage, 15yr mortgage, 10yr mortgage, 1yr ARMS, 3yr ARMS, 5yr ARMS, Conventional, Jumbo, Home Equity Lines, VA and Commercial. Whether your situation calls for Full Documents, No Documents, Non-Owner Occupied (Investor) or Multi-Family, we'll fit your needs!
We make purchasing a home a rewarding experience
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If you are looking to refinance your ARM or refinance and get cash out, we can help.
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"Metropolitan Home Loan LLC was perfect to work with. We were first time home buyers and they made the whole process stress-free. They explained all of our options and were friendly and extremely professional - I recommend them to all our friends." Sandra and Bob T.Panorama City , CA
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