Why Your Loan Originator Can Make All the Difference When Buying a Home

October 26, 2021

Few buyers are experts when it comes to the home loan process. So, when buying a home, it’s important to choose a bank that offers not only quality products to fit your individual needs, but also dedicated professionals who will go the extra mile to ensure the home of your dreams becomes a reality.

That’s what BayFirst Residential Loan Originator Diana Schwarz does for every customer she works with.
Diana helps families and individuals with their mortgage needs whether they’re purchasing a home, refinancing, or buying an investment property.  According to Diana, though it is sometimes challenging to make a loan work for a client – especially in the first-time homebuyer market – having an expert in your corner who understands your needs can make all the difference.

Diana “remembers one instance where a client needed additional monies for closing and really had limited resources. We were able to structure the loan by having her pay a little bit higher interest rate to get some ‘lender credit’ back to cover those loan costs.”

This is just one example of how your loan originator should be going to bat for you and, as Diana puts it in her video below, “finding a solution, making it work and getting to closing. Because that’s always just the best.”

Is your bank and loan originator doing all they can to get you the keys to your next home? If not, it could be time to shop around and talk to a member of the BayFirst team who stands ready to assist in every way they can.

Reach out, fill out the form below, or stop by a banking center today to learn how Diana and all of our loan experts can be Here for What’s Next® for you, too.

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