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    Mortgage Brokers in Greenville


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    Business Listing   Allied Capital Mortgage Corporation - Greenville, SC - Phone: (864) 271-7724


    Business Listing   Allied Mortgage Capital Corp - Greenville, SC - Phone: (864) 241-4001


    Business Listing   First Fidelity Mortgage / Lori Brown - Greenville, SC - Phone: (864) 232-3022


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    Helpful Definition for: Mortgage Brokers


    Mortgage brokers act as a link between borrowers and lenders. Mortgage brokers in Greenville help in providing loans and can work for business firms, or as separate entities. On behalf of the borrowers, the mortgage brokers find lenders who give mortgage loans matching their needs.

    Mortgage brokers in Greenville take applications from borrowers and fix the terms and rates of lending the money with the lenders. Mortgage brokers are also responsible in collecting different essential documents from the borrowers like their credit reports, asset disclosures, etc. The mortgage brokers in Greenville see to it that all the particulars for the application form are complete, and then hand it over to the lenders. It is up to the lenders then to approve the form and disburse the loan.

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