Working through the mortgage process can be overwhelming. It is tough, if you don’t have a mortgage expert on your side. Evans Coghill Homes is proud to partner with Michael Pond of Cornerstone Home Lending.
Some will try to navigate the mortgage process online believing that they can go in alone. But, you need real person to talk to and someone to guide you through the process not just forms on your smartphone. Online-only mortgage companies just simply lack the personal touch and ability to answer your questions and get you closed on time. Michael Pond and Cornerstone Home Lending expand our professional team and benefit you.
Michael Pond knows how we work at Evans Coghill Homes and has made the mortgage approval process smooth for many of our home buyers. Consistently, Cornerstone Home Lending gets all the paperwork completed so you can close on your new home on time and with much less stress. From the first contact to closing, you will have Michael’s cell phone number (704.517.2550) and a mortgage professional working for you.
Established in 1988, Cornerstone Home Lending is a refreshingly unique national home lender with thousands of highly-satisfied clients. . Cornerstone’s Mission clearly states that its most important goal is to make a positive difference in the lives of others. Evans Coghill Homes partners with Michael because his honest guidance, clear communication, and responsive service help create a smooth, seamless loan process from application to closing.
Evans Coghill home buyers who close with Cornerstone Home Lending may receive up to $2500 in closing cost assistance from both seller contribution and lender contribution. This is subject to change, so please confirm this with your Neighborhood Specialist at Evans Coghill Homes. Whether buying a new home in Overlake at McLean, Nims Village or in another Evans Coghill community, Michael Pond can be your mortgage partner.
Move in as soon as possible by closing on time with Cornerstone Home Lending.
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