The Ultimate Guide to Texas Mortgage, Home Loans and Refinance: The most comprehensive mortgage guide for Houston, Dallas, Austin, San Antonio and throughout Texas. Home loans, mortgage and refinance information. Free tools, home buying tips, articles, links, directories, and advice. Securing a home loan is one of the most important decisions you will make in your life, having the right information can help you make an informed, intelligent choice.



Texas Home Loans and Mortgage Information

US Department of Housing and Urban Development
HUD's mission is to increase homeownership, support community development and increase access to affordable housing free from discrimination.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) works to ensure that the nation’s markets are vigorous, efficient and free of restrictions that harm consumers. Experience demonstrates that competition among firms yields products at the lowest prices, spurs innovation and strengthens the economy. Markets also work best when consumers can make informed choices based on accurate information.
Federal Trade Commission

FTC Consumer Information

Your Credit Rights:

New Law Promotes Access to Free Credit Reports

Consumers in Texas – can order their free reports once every year.
The VA Loan Guaranty Service is the organization within the Veterans Benefits Administration charged with the responsibility of administering the home loan program.
Official Veterans Home Loan Information Website


Questions about paying off your mortgage early - Why Should Early Payoff Be Viewed as an Investment?
What Is the Yield on Such Investment?
This site also covers many more questions about early payoff.


Regulating State Chartered Savings Banks and S&Ls with combined assets of over $14 billion.

Regulating more than 29,000 Mortgage Brokers and Loan Officers throughout Texas.

Regulating over 400 Mortgage Banking Companies.

Toll Free Consumer Hotline 1 (877) 276-5550
(512) 475-1350 Main Number
(512) 475-1360 Fax
2601 North Lamar Blvd., Ste. 201
Austin, Texas 78705

Texas Department of Banking

Department of Banking Our mission is to ensure Texas has a safe and sound financial services system.

2601 North Lamar Boulevard
Austin, TX. 78705-4294
Main Phone-
Consumer Hotline-

Phone: 979-845-2031
2115 TAMU
College Station,
TX 77843-2115

Texas Real Estate Center  -The Center's staff conducts research on financial, socioeconomic, public policy, trade, legal, land use and local market analysis issues related to real estate.

The results of Center research are communicated in a variety of formats, including this website, print publications (many of which are available as free downloads) and videos. The Center's flagship periodical — Tierra Grande, a quarterly magazine — has a circulation of 117,200. Twice a week, an electronic real estate newsletter, Real Estate Center Online News (RECON) is sent to over 11,000 subscribers.


The Federal Reserve Remember: Shop, Compare and Negotiate
When buying a home, remember to shop around, to compare costs and terms, and to negotiate for the best deal. Your local newspaper and the Internet are good places to start shopping for a loan. You can usually find information both on interest rates and on points for several lenders. Since rates and points can change daily, you’ll want to check your newspaper often when shopping for a home loan. But the newspaper does not list the fees, so be sure to ask the lenders about them.


Mortgage Information and Mortgage Shopping Worksheet

Where to Shop for a Mortgage and What to Look For

The Mortgage Application Process

Fannie Mae, public mission, and defining goal, is to help more families achieve the American Dream of homeownership. We do that by providing financial products and services that make it possible for low-, moderate-, and middle-income families to buy homes of their own.

Freddie Mac is a stockholder-owned corporation chartered by congress in 1970 to keep money flowing to mortgage lenders in support of homeownership and rental housing.

Disclaimer: Nothing in this site should be construed as legal advice. If you believe you have a problem, please consult with one or more of the resources identified and linked to, seek local assistance for your particular problem, or contact your attorney.

Home Mortgage and Finance Articles, Tools, Links, Advice and Information

How to Choose the Best Home Mortgage for You
There's no such thing as the single best home mortgage. The best home mortgage for you is the one that fits you and your personal situation. Here are some things to think about before you decide.

How mortgages work: Understanding the Key Elements
A mortgage is a long-term loan that a borrower obtains from a bank, thrift, independent mortgage broker, online lender or even the property seller.

MSN House and Home Articles
Looking for a particular article? These financing articles are featured currently on MSN House & Home.

The Anatomy of a Mortgage
What exactly is a mortgage? Simply put, it's a loan from a financial institution to you. In return, you pay interest on the amount loaned.

Free Articles on how to sell your house, buying a new home and home refinancing.

Mortgage Calculators

Yahoo's Loan Center

Librarians' Index for Home Mortgages

Texas Mortgage Bankers Association
Our goal is to maintain a presence as the leading trade association in Texas for the real estate finance industry.

The Mortgage Bankers Association seeks to create an environment that enables its members to invest in communities and achieve their business objectives.

Stop Mortgage Fraud
This site has several features to help you avoid becoming a victim of Mortgage fraud or abusive lending.

Military Home Financing Information Finance Center helps you get a grasp on all your money matters, inside the military and out.


Understanding Your Credit
How to improve your credit
Your credit report
Credit scoring and how it works
Your credit profile
Credit reporting agencies
Credit grades

Other credit factors
Know your credit rating
Credit inquires
How to fix credit report errors
Steps to take after being denied a loan
Improve your bad credit
Establish a credit history
Texas Land Bank
13525 Sandalwood Dr
Waco, Texas 76712

Southwest Bank of Texas
P.O. Box 4837
Houston, TX 77210-4837

Wells Fargo
Email Us
Find a Local Expert
Contact Us

Chase Bank
Mortgage Home Page


Bank One
Spanish 1-888-226-5663
Mortgage Home Page

More Texas Banks

Bank of America
Mortgage and refinance

Find A Bank of America in Texas


Whether you have credit problems or not, it’s a good idea to review your credit report for accuracy and completeness before you apply for a loan. To order a copy of your credit report, contact: Equifax: (800) 685-1111
(800) 888-4213
(888) 397-3742
The Department of Housing & Urban Developement (HUD) has primary responsibility for implementing the Fair Housing Act. Office of Fair Housing & Equal Opportunity
Dept. of Housing and Urban Developement
Washington, DC 20410-2000
Adjustable-rate loans, also known as variable-rate loans, usually offer a lower initial interest rate than fixed-rate loans. The interest rate fluctuates over the life of the loan based on market conditions, but the loan agreement generally sets maximum and minimum rates. When interest rates rise, generally so do your loan payments; and when interest rates fall, your monthly payments may be lowered.

Annual percentage rate (APR) is the cost of credit expressed as a yearly rate. The APR includes the interest rate, points, broker fees, and certain other credit charges that the borrower is required to pay.

Conventional loans are mortgage loans other than those insured or guaranteed by a government agency such as the FHA (Federal Housing Administration), the VA (Veterans Administration), or the Rural Development Services (formerly know as Farmers Home Administration, or FmHA).

Escrow is the holding of money or documents by a neutral third party prior to closing. It can also be an account held by the lender (or servicer) into which a homeowner pays money for taxes and insurance.

Fixed-rate loans generally have repayment terms of 15, 20, or 30 years. Both the interest rate and the monthly payments (for principal and interest) stay the same during the life of the loan.

The interest rate is the cost of borrowing money expressed as a percentage rate. Interest rates can change because of market conditions.

Loan origination fees are fees charged by the lender for processing the loan and are often expressed as a percentage of the loan amount.

Lock-in refers to a written agreement guaranteeing a home buyer a specific interest rate on a home loan provided that the loan is closed within a certain period of time, such as 60 or 90 days. Often the agreement also specifies the number of points to be paid at closing.

Private mortgage insurance (PMI) protects the lender against a loss if a borrower defaults on the loan. It is usually required for loans in which the down payment is less than 20 percent of the sales price or, in a refinancing, when the amount financed is greater than 80 percent of the appraised value.

Thrift institution is a general term for savings banks and savings and loan associations.

Transaction, settlement, or closing costs may include application fees; title examination, abstract of title, title insurance, and property survey fees; fees for preparing deeds, mortgages, and settlement documents; attorneys’ fees; recording fees; and notary, appraisal, and credit report fees. Under the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, the borrower receives a good faith estimate of closing costs at the time of application or within three days of application. The good faith estimate lists each expected cost either as an amount or a range.

A mortgage is a document signed by a borrower when a home loan is made that gives the lender a right to take possession of the property if the borrower fails to pay off the loan.

Overages are the difference between the lowest available price and any higher price that the home buyer agrees to pay for the loan. Loan officers and brokers are often allowed to keep some or all of this difference as extra compensation.

Points are fees paid to the lender for the loan. One point equals 1 percent of the loan amount. Points are usually paid in cash at closing. In some cases, the money needed to pay points can be borrowed, but doing so will increase the loan amount and the total costs.




Suspicious activity to look for when applying for a mortgage loan:

1. If it's to good to be true, it usually is.
2. Avoid high pressure sales tactics.
3. Unclear, vague, elusive, uncertain answers to your questions.
4. Unexplained and excessive costs or fees.
5. Last minute or frequent changes in costs or fees, especially at or just before closing.
6. Wanting to meet outside of an office or place of business (their licenses are required to be displayed there).
7. The only phone number given is a cell or mobile number.
8. You are asked or pressured to
NOT shop around for the best deal you can find.
9. You are asked to sign ANY document you do not understand and have not had time to review or have
10. Requiring prepayment of any costs or fees (including down payments) other than a credit report and if
applicable, an appraisal fee. Do NOT pay more than the actual cost billed to the broker, loan officer or
mortgage banker.

Tips from the Texas Savings and Loan Department

When applying for a mortgage loan (purchase or refinance) in Texas, the following precautions are strongly advised:

Check the TSLD website to insure the broker, loan officer or mortgage banker is licensed or registered with the Texas Savings and Loan Department and whether there has been an enforcement action taken against the licensee or registrant. This recommendation includes “online” or “internet” services. Call or contact the department for assistance if necessary.

Toll Free Consumer Hotline 1 (877) 276-5550
(512) 475-1350 Main Number
(512) 475-1360 Fax
2601 North Lamar Blvd., Ste. 201
Austin, Texas 78705

SHOP AROUND: Get a written estimate of the total cost to you for securing the loan (Good Faith Estimate of Costs) and SHOP with other brokers, mortgage bankers or sources for mortgage loans.

READ AND UNDERSTAND: Without fail, carefully read the Settlement Cost Booklet you will be provided when you apply for the loan. Ask questions of your broker, loan officer or mortgage banker about any element of the loan process, take and retain notes about any conversations you have and pay particular attention to the total cost/fees for securing your loan.

HAVE PATIENCE, SEEK HELP: Do NOT sign any document without fully understanding it. Do not hesitate to seek legal assistance or advice to insure a full understanding before the fact. The cost of this advice and the time it will take are well worth it.

REPORT: Contact the Texas Savings and Loan Department if ANY suspicious activity occurs, you feel “pressured” in any way, and/or you are asked to sign documents without a chance to review them or ask questions and receive satisfactory answers.

RETAIN: Keep a complete copy of all documents you are asked to sign and are given by the broker, loan officer or mortgage banker.

REVIEW: Do NOT agree to close any mortgage loan transaction if you have not had a chance to review the final closing statement (HUD-1) from the closing agent at least 24 hours prior to the closing. Look for added costs or fees you had not been advised of in advance and demand satisfactory explanations before proceeding to close the loan.

GET EDUCATED: If this is the first time you’ve applied for a home loan, it is highly recommended to take a “First Time Homeowner” education course available in many areas in Texas. The information is invaluable and could save you substantial dollars, time and peace of mind.



The Texas Savings and Loan Department
2601 North Lamar Blvd., Ste. 210
Austin, Texas 78705
(512) 475-1350
Toll-free Consumer Hotline:

What to look for in applying, refinancing a mortgage loan in Texas


1. Pre-pay ANY fee for ANY service without “closely” reading/acknowledging/fully understanding disclosure document(s) regarding the treatment of those/that fee(s). Make certain that the broker/banker/loan officer also acknowledges the same document(s). You may want to remind the broker/loan officer/banker, if asked to pay up-front fees, that you are aware they cannot charge you for more than the actual cost of third party charges (i.e. credit report charge and appraisal fee). You may ask to see the actual invoices those third parties billed the broker/loan officer/banker for work on your behalf.

2. Make payment, regardless of the circumstances, to the broker/banker for down payment(s). This is only collected at the final closing by a bone fide closing agent/attorney.

3. Allow or agree to any last-minute or “eleventh hour” fees to be assessed (particularly at or just before closing) without having comfort and a clear understanding as to a specific reason for them and what they represent/are. Do not accept the excuse of , “..That’s just the cost if you want the loan.” Unfortunately, this is a fairly common practice at closing when it is considered by many, “too late to back out”. It’s NEVER too late!

4. Allow any “pressuring” or “strong armed” tactics for any reason over any issue.

5. Respond to any ads offering loans too good to be true. They are! Watch for “bait and switch” tactics. The ad lures you in, the deal changes.

6. Neglect to READ all documents you are asked to sign. You have the right, and are urged, to consult with an attorney or anyone of your choice with whom you are comfortable to advise you. YOU NEED TO UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU ARE SIGNING.


1. Call or check website of the TSLD ( ) to ascertain if the lending company or broker/loan officer are legitimately authorized to do business in Texas. Check out the company and each principal before you do business with them. This department licenses or registers State Savings Banks, individual Mortgage Brokers (and their Loan Officers) and Mortgage Banking companies doing business in Texas. Other than a chartered Savings Bank, if they are one of these types of originators and not listed on that website under “searches”, they most likely are NOT an authorized or legally operating in Texas. You may also call the TSLD in Austin, Texas at (512) 475-1350 for clarification.

2. Try to go to their offices to further assure they are legitimate. Look for their displayed license(s) in their office(s) from the State of Texas if they are brokers/LOs.

3. Ask for and be certain to call or visit in person, references. Record and retain their name, phone numbers and addresses and try to cross verify this information in the phone book or other sources. If they are not legitimate, and there are problems later, the authorities will want to pursue the culprits AND their accomplices.


4. FULLY explain your transaction to the broker/LO/banker. Make certain he/she knows what you intend to do/want in every sense of the transaction.

5. Answer all questions on the application fully and with accurate detail. Do not allow the broker/LO/banker to influence your answers. They’re there to answer any questions and provide general guidance, not to complete your application. If they make any suggestions as to prompting or urging you to approximate, round up/down, generalize, falsify, misstate, etc. in order to secure a loan for you, report them immediately to the TSLD and/or legal authorities and cease doing business with them.

6. Read, ask questions and understand ALL documents you are asked to sign at any time during the transaction. DO NOT sign if you do not fully understand.

7. Closely review and understand the “Good Faith Estimate” you will be given initially. The Settlement Cost Booklet needs to be read thoroughly. After reading, see where the specific areas of the booklet relate to the information you were furnished by the broker/LO/banker.

8. Ask questions about every aspect and fee you will be assessed. Remember, no “fee” may be charged without the broker/loan officer/banker or other third party providing a service for that fee (it must be reasonable).

9. Consult an attorney, your accountant or certified financial advisor if the final answers you receive are not clear or are confusing. It is good business to have these professionals represent you from the beginning and throughout the process, if you can.

10. Compare the final settlement costs statement (HUD-1 to be provided to you AT LEAST 24 hours prior to closing for your review) to the estimates you initially received on the “Good Faith Estimate” (GFE) when you first applied for the loan or the last agreed to modification, if it has changed since you applied. If there are major differences, unexplained fees/charges appearing, get full satisfaction of what they are and the service rendered for those costs or DO NOT CLOSE THE TRANSACTION!!!

11. NOT Fall victim to high-pressured, “slick” sales tactics. Be comfortable at all times.

Consumer Complaints against mortgage brokers and bankers and state savings banks, doing business in Texas. You have the right to file a complaint against a state savings bank, mortgage broker or mortgage banker if you feel you have been wronged in any way regarding your financial dealings and or transactions.

Consumer hotline (877) 276-5550 or email



Equity Resource Mortgage of Houston, Jim Ferguson Branch Manager, 1-866-401-2900, cell - 281-451-0147
1st Capital Investment, LLC
811 S. Central Express Way, Suite 300, Richardson, TX 75080
1st Choice Financial
10521 S. Post Oak
Houston, TX 77035
AAA Worldwide Financial Co
15400 Knoll Trail, Suite 401
Dallas TX. 75248
Advantage Investors Mortgage Corp
4405 Beltwood Parkway N
Dallas, TX 75244
Aegis Funding Corporation
3250 Briarpark Drive, 4th Floor
Houston, TX 77042
Affinity Mortgage LLC
1401 Lamar St.
Dallas, TX 75215
Alethes, LLC
12885 Reasearch Blvd.,
Suite 202, Austin, TX 78750
Allied Home Mortgage Capital
6110 Pinemont Dr., Suite 215
Houston, TX 77092,

Alpha-Omega Financial Corp
9203 Highway 6 South, Unit 124, Suite 233, Houston, TX 77083
AMCAP Mortgage, LTD
2539 S. Gessner #20- Houston, TX 77063,
AmericanHomeKey, INC
3131 McKinney Ave., Suite 400
Dallas, TX. 75204
American Gold Mortgage Corp
2950 N. Loop West, Suite 500
Houston, TX. 77092
American Heritage Mortgage
511 E. John Carpenter Freeway, Suite 150, Irving, TX 75062
American United Mortgage Services, 2401 West Pioneer Suite 145, Pantego, TX 76013
Americo Mortgage Corp
5700 Democracy Drive
Plano, TX 75024
ARK-LA-TEX Financial Services, 16000 Dallas Parkway, Suite 800, Dallas, TX 75248, 214-420-2700 Assurance Lending Services,
9039 Katy Freeway, Suite 215
Houston, TX 77024
Austin Mortgage
5501 B Hwy 290 West
Austin, TX 78749
Austin National Mortgage
3307 Northland, Suite 150
Austin, TX 78731
Available Mortgage Funding,
17300 N. Dallas Pkwy., Suite 1050, Dallas, TX 75248
Banco De Libertad
4146 William
North Richland Hills, TX 76180
Bankers Financial Mortgage Group, LT
13101 Preston Rd #100
Dallas, TX 75240
BC Capital Management, INC
3 Riverway, Suite 1900
Houston, TX 77056
BMC Mortgage Services, INC
2821 South Hulen Street
Fort Worth, TX 76109
BSM Financial, LP
16479 Dallas Pkwy, Suite 700
Addison, TX 75001
CTX Mortgage Company, LLC
2828 N. Harwood Street
Dallas TX 75201
Capitol State Mortgage Corp
2646 South Loop West, Suite 105
Houston, TX 77054
Centennial Mortgage & Funding, INC
250 Prairie Center Dr, #100
Eden Prairie, TX 55344
Centex Home Equity Co, LLC
2828 North Harwood
Dallas TX. 75201
Challenge Financial Investors
One Campus Circle
Westlake, TX 76262
CirrusCapital Mortgage One,
1619 S. Kentucky, F
640-Amarillo, TX 79102
Coastal Bend Mortgage, Inc
5656 South Staples, Suite 200
Corpus Christi, TX 78411
Community Development Corp
901 East Levee Street
Brownsville, TX 78520
Community Home Loan, LLC
11000 Richmond, Suite 120
Houston, TX 77047
Concorde Acceptance Corp
7929 Brookriver Dr., Suite 500
Dallas, TX 75247
Continental American Mortgage
6116 N Central Expressway-Suite 208,
Dallas, TX 75206
Custom Funding USA, INC
8002 W Expressway 83
Harlingen, TX 78552
Cypress Mortgage Co, INC
3933 Steck Avenue, Suite B-106
Austin, TX 78759
DHI Mortgage Co. GP, INC
12357 Riata Trace Pkwy., Suite C150, Austin, TX 78727
Drimslo Mortgage Corp
1601 E Lamar Blvd-Suite 108
Arlington TX. 76011
EMC Mortgage Corp
909 Hidden Ridge Dr. Suite 200
Irving, TX 75038
Eagle Home Mortgage, INC
10510 Northeast Northup Way, Suite 300
ESB Mortagage Company
815 West Ennis Avenue
Ennis, TX 75119
ESI Mortgage, LP
816 Congress Avenue, Suite 1400, Austin, TX 78701
Everett Financial
17290 Preston Road, Suite 300
Dallas, TX 75252
Family Lending Services, INC
6333 N. State Highway, Suite 161,
First Consolidated Mortgage
1700 Pacific Avenue
Dallas, TX 75201
First Continental Mortgage, LTD
2929 Briarpark, #125
Houston, TX 77042
First Houston Mortgage, LTD
1990 Post Oak Blvd-
3 Post Oak Central, Suite 770
Houston, TX 77056
First Preference Mortgage
800 Washington Avenue
Waco, TX 76701-Ms Kay Clow
First Magnus Financial
8240 N Mopac Suite105
Austin, TX 78759
Gatewood Mortgage Corp
7447 Harwin, Suite 214
Houston, TX 77036
Generation Mortgage INC
2711 W Anderson Lane #204
Austin, TX 78757
Globiz Hispano
9011 John Carpenter Freeway
Dallas, TX 75247
Hammersmith Financial, LP
7850 N. Sam Houston Parkway West, Suite 140
Houston, TX 77064
Hartford Mortgage Services
5224 West Plano Parkway
Plano, TX 75093
Home Financing Unlimited, INC
901 S Mopac, Building 5, Suite 120, Austin, TX 78746
Home Loan Corp
2350 North Belt East, Suite 850
Houston, TX 77032
Homenet Mortgage, INC
12444 Research Blvd, Suite A
Austin, TX 78759
Hometrust Mortgage Co
5353 W. Alabama, Suite 500
Houston, TX 77056
Houstonian Mortgage Grou
888 West Sam Houston Parkway South, Suite 295, Houston, TX 77042,
Imortgage Funding Corp
2825 Wilcrest Drive, Suite 407
Houston, TX 77042
Interlinc Mortgage
19221 I-45 South, Suite 330
Conroe, TX 77385
Intrust Mortgage
4200 South Hulem, Street, Suite 410, Fort Worth, TX 76109
Iwayloan, LP
10190 Old Katy Road, Suite 350
Houston, TX 77043
J C B Mortgage Co
8027 Candle Lane
Houston TX 77071
Judith O. Smith Mortgage Group, INC, 6125 I-20, Suite 140, Fort Worth, TX 76132
KH Financial, LP
8588 Katy Freeway, Suite 226
Houston, TX 77024
Key Mortgage Link, INC
4849 Greenville Ave., Suite 1680
Dallas TX 75206
Kingdom Federal Incorporated
10223 Broadway, Suite P-327
Pearland, TX 77584
Kingston MTG, LTD
13100 Northwest Freeway, Suite 200, Houston, TX 77040
L&M Mortgage Investors, INC
15303 Huebner Road, Suite 15
San Antonio, TX 78248
Legacy Mortgage, INC
4949 hardcode, Suite 260
Plano TX 75024
Lifestyle Mortgage LLC
6800 Park Ten Blvd., #194w
San Antonio, TX 78213
LoanAmerica Home Mortgage
9494 Southwest Freeway, Suite 450, Houston, TX 77074
LRS Financial Network, INC
2101 W. Wadley, Suite 33
Midland, TX 79705
MMA Financial, LLC
13455 Noel Road, Suite 1430 Tower II, Dallas, TX 75240
Mainland Home Loans, INC
13140 Coit Road, Suite 117
Dallas, TX 75240
Maverick Residential Mortgage, INC
2410 Internet Blvd Suite 103
Frisco, TX 75034
Meyer Mortgage Corp
2750 Virgnina Pkwy, Suite 10
McKinney, TX 75070
Mid American Mortgage, INC
107 N Cedar Ridge Dr, Suite 100
Duncanville, TX 75116
Milestone Mortgage Corp
10255 Richmond Avenue, Suite 450, Houston, TX 77042
Moneyline Lending Services,
15420 Laguna Canyon Road, Suite 100, Irvine, TX 92618
Mountain View Mortgage Co
14850 Montfort Dr
Dallas, TX 75254
National Bank, 4103 East Central Texas Expressway
Killeen, TX 76542m
Nations Reliable Lending
( Christopher Sanchez ) 10333 Harwin Dr. #260 Houston, TX. 77036,
713-275-1300 ext. 2251
NBC Development Corp
9033 Aero Dr, Suite 101
San Antonio, TX 78217
Network Funding LP
9700 Richmond Avenue, Suite 320, Houston, TX 77042
333 North Belt, Suite 105
Houston, TX 77060
Northstar Mortgage Corp
17760 Preston Road
Dallas, TX 75252
Northwood Credit, INC
6620 N. Beltline Road
Irving, TX 75063
5301 Village Creek Drive, Suite B
Plano, TX 75093
OSF Financial Services, INC
2425 West Loop South, Suite 335, Houston, TX 77027
One Source Mortgage, LLC
1720 S Edmonds Lane, Suite 8
Lewisville, TX 75067
Overland Mortgage, LP
8848 Greenville Avenue
Dallas, TX 75243
Patriot Mortgage Co
9870 A Gateway North
El Paso, TX 79924
PlainsCapital Mcafee Mortgage Co
4416 74th Street, Suite 85
Lubbock, TX 79424
Plus One Mortgage Group
24950 Spring Ridge Dr, Suite 200
Spring, TX 77386
Prestige Residential
13100 Northwest Freeway, Suite 200, Houston, TX 77040
Primelending, A PlainsCapital
18111 Preston Road, 9th Floor
Dallas, TX 75252
Pro Funding
8303 North Mopac, Suite B-425
Austin, TX 78759
512-335-5300, INC
10333 Harwin, Suite 425
Houston, TX 77036
RH Lending, INC
105 Decker Ct 1050
Irving, TX 75062
Republic State Mortgage Co
2715 Bissonnet St, Suite 102
Houston, TX 77005
Reserve Mortgage Investments, LLC
3310 Lackland Road
Fort Worth, TX 76116
Right-Away Mortgage, INC
5311 Kirby Drive, Suite 202
Houston, TX 77005
Rocky Mountain Mortgage Co
2244 Trawood Suite 100
El Paso, TX 79935
Royal Financial & Realty
7209 Wimberly Oaks Lane
Richmond, TX 77463
RW Mortgage Services
1802 NE Loop 410, Suite 318
San Antonio, TX 78217
Sebring Capital Partners, Limited, 4000 International Parkway, Suite 3000
Carrollton, TX 75007
3200 Broadway Blvd, Suite 120
Garland, TX 75043
Success Investments, INC
9601 Amberglen, Suite 140
Austin, TX 78729
Summit Mortgage Corp
11999 Katy Freeway, Suite 650
Houston, TX 77079
Sunrise Mortgage of Texas
407 N Cedar Ridge Dr, Suite 227
Duncanville, TX 75116
SWBC Mortgage Corp
12950 Country Parkway #150
San Antonio, TX 78216
Synergy Mortgage Corp
510 Valley Mills, Suite 101
Waco, TX 76710
Texcorp Mortgage Bankers
707 Woodcastle Bend #200
Houston, TX 77094
The BMK Group INC
14450 TC Jester Blvd, Suite 360
Houston, TX 77014
The Lending Partners, LTD
5085 W Park Blvd, Suite 200
Plano, TX 75093
Trenton Mortgage, INC
10850 Richmond Avenue, Suite 340, Houston, TX 77042
Tri-State Mortgage Co
6090 Surety Dr, Suite 101
El Paso, TX 79905
TXL Mortgage Corp
11931 Wickchester, Suite 400
Houston, TX 77043
Union Mortgage INC
607 N. Cedar Ridge, Suite 100
Duncanville, TX 75116
United Lending Partners LP
5100 North O'Conner Blvd
Irving, TX 75038
Universal Mortgage Bankers
1235 North Loop West, Suite 1210
Houston, TX 77008
Valley Mortgage Co
1319 North 10th Street
McAllen, TX 78501
Vaughan Financial Mortgage Group, 10601 Grant Road, Suite 213, Houston, TX 77070
Verde Mortgage LLC
201 E Main, 4th Floor
El Paso, TX 79901
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage-Chris Gizinski
1000 Louisiana St
Houston, TX 77002
Walter Mortgage Co
6331 Grapevine Hwy, Suite 280
North Richland Hills, TX 76180
Willow Bend Mortgage
5800 W Plano Parkway, Suite 105
Plano, TX 75093

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