The professionals at Oregon's Best Mortgage (Demark Financial Services, Inc) have been making mortgage loans to Oregonians for the past three decades. We specialize is securing for our clients:
LOWEST RATES AND FEES!
GREAT LOAN OPTIONS!
- Conventional loans with only 3% down up to $453,100
- Elite low interest rate loans with good credit scores
- FHA loans with 3.5% down payment
- VA loans with 0% down payment
- USDA loans with 0% downpayment in rural areas
- First time homebuyer options
- Manufactured housing
- High balance loans up to $679,650 with lower than Jumbo rates
- Jumbo loans up to $3,000,000
- 12 month bank statement loans with no tax returns required
- Investment property purchase loans with only 15% down
- Renovation and rehab loans
- and so many more options
Since 1983, we have been able to offer our clients the best mortgage products with the lowest interest rates and fees in the Oregon mortgage industry. We work hard to understand each borrower's particular situation and develop custom mortgage products geared to your individual needs. We strive to meet those specific needs with a wide array of products, investment tools, mortgages and best of all quality service and individual attention.
Today's technology is providing a more productive environment to work in. For example, through our website you can submit a complete on-line, secure loan application or pre-qualify for a home loan. You may also evaluate your different financing options by using our interactive calculators and going over various mortgage scenarios. Or just give us a call, and we will handle the paperwork for you. We are available to meet with you personally, and spend the time needed to help you understand your options and make the mortgage process an enjoyable experience.
Oregon's Best Mortgage is locally owned and operated and committed to Oregonians.
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