Targeting the Dream
of Homeownership.

What’s the Right Solution for You?

No matter your situation, Blue Arrow Lending has a solution.

Purchasing a
Home

My mortgage payment is too high

I need to consolidate debt.

My interest rates are too high

The Mortgage Process

WE HAVE A CHAT

We’ll meet and have a discussion. A loan officer will consult with you on your credit, manage expectations, and go over in detail what your available financing options are based on your situation and needs. We’ll then help you pick your perfect match loan, including the loan program and interest rate, that is ideal for your family.

APPLY FOR YOUR LOAN

We move full speed ahead with your application, which includes gathering as much information as possible upfront. We’ll then inform you what additional documents are needed, including tax returns, pay stubs, bank statements, and employment history.

UNDERWRITING SUBMISSION

After we receive the requested documents from you, we’ll promptly order an appraisal, title insurance, tax transcripts, verify your employment, and gather other documents needed for closing. One of our loan processors reviews the paperwork to “pre-underwrite” your loan, then it’s submitted for underwriting. Our underwriters rapidly, but thoroughly, access your loan to have it released within hours.

CONDITIONAL APPROVAL

This is the step when you can breathe a sigh of relief. Your loan has been approved, but it comes with conditions that must be met before it can close. You’ll receive your loan commitment subject to these conditions, which your loan officer will work with you to address and resolve.

OUTSTANDING DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED FOR CLOSING

We’ll gather your additional documents noted in the conditional approval, as well as the third-party paperwork we ordered on your behalf. We then submit it all to the underwriter for “clear to close” on your loan.

UNDERWRITER SIGN OFF

The underwriter reviews your loan, affirms that all conditions have been met, and signs off on approval. Now your loan is officially ready to close!

CLOSING

Congratulations! You’re about to become a homeowner. We’ll schedule your closing, work with the closing attorney to assemble the final paperwork, and confirm the total funds needed at the closing table. The last step is receiving the keys to your new home!

ARE YOU READY TO GET STARTED ON A REFINANCE
OR PURCHASE LOAN?

Reasons Why You Should

WORK WITH A MORTGAGE BROKER

PRODUCTS THEY OFFER

Streamlined Loan Process

MULTIPLE LENDING
OPTIONS

Lower Fee's than traditional lenders

Mortgage Brokers are local experts in your community

303.384.3207

A Loan Officer is more knowledgeable on the products they offer because they focus on the specific loans provided by the bank or financial institution they’re employed by. They handle fewer types of loans, which makes them more of an expert on those products.

Mortgage Calculator

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$1421

Monthly Payment

Principal & Interest $1421

Annual Taxes $1421

HOA $1421

Annual Insurance $1421

Reviews

“What an amazing experience! Jenn was super helpful, responsive, very knowledgeable, and made the entire 1st time home buying experience easy and painless!”

“Jenn provided great customer service, there were no snags, it was a smooth process, and I would recommend her highly for all your home buying needs! She and her assistant were ready to get ahold of and answered all of my questions.”

“Great customer service, smooth process to close on my home. I would definitely recommend Jenn for all your home buying needs.”

Partner With Us

With low rates, expert financial advice, professional service, and an incredibly fast application process, our
business is expanding. All we’re missing is you!

LOAN OFFICERS

We craft and train the area’s top-producing loan officers, giving you everything you need to succeed.

REAL ESTATE AGENTS

Our partnership provides true partnership, legal marketing, and the service you seek from your mortgage bank partners.

News

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LOAN LIMITS IN 2020

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