What Is an FHA Approved Broker?
The United States Federal Housing Administration provides approval to highly experienced and qualified licensed brokers, also known as loan correspondents. These approved brokers must have significant experience in the mortgage industry and have completed an application process beyond the usual broker licensing procedures.
- What Are My Options for Lenders?
- When Should I Use a Direct Lender?
- What Are Some Reasons to Use a Mortgage Broker Instead of a Direct Lender?
- Can I Use Both a Mortgage Broker and a Direct Lender?
- What Are the Differences Between Mortgage Brokers and Loan Officers?
- How Do I Choose the Best Lender for My Mortgage?
- Who Are the Best Mortgage Lenders for First-Time Buyers?
- How Many Mortgage Lenders Should I Talk To?
- Should I Get a Mortgage from a Bank or a Non-Bank Lender?
- How Do I Decide Which Mortgage Broker to Use?
- Can I Still Use a Mortgage Broker If I Have Bad Credit?
- What Is a Direct Lender?