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Get to know the Mobile App During Social Distancing

If you’re in the process of purchasing or refinancing your home, you’re probably asking yourself this question: How can I practice social distancing and still accomplish my homebuying goals?

The answer is simple; our mortgage mobile app. It’s an all-in-one homebuying solution that allows you to do everything from running mortgage calculations and filling out your loan application to receiving real-time updates on the status of your loan. All from the comfort of your couch.

Features of the app include:

Mortgage Calculators: Run and save mortgage calculations using current rates, and area-specific tax info without having to contact your loan officer.

Mobile Application: Start the loan process anywhere, using the mobile-friendly application. Our streamlined smart application uses your answers to eliminate unneeded questions for a quick, painless experience.

Loan Tracker: Monitor the progress of your loan in real-time, with milestone updates, reminders, and push notifications so you can track your loan every step of the way.

Document Scanner: Securely upload and submit important loan documents, such as W2s, bank statements, or tax returns with the encrypted document scanner.

But just because you have our mobile technology at your fingertips, doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice one-on-one customer service. You loan officer is always available by phone, text or email and if you need it, you can always find their contact information on the mobile app.

So, if you’re feeling down or discouraged about how you’ll get through these uncertain times, remember your local lender has your back! Get started now by finding your loan officer at the link below, and download their app in the app store.

https://newtownemortgage.com/officers

The information contained herein (including but not limited to any description of HomeSale Mortgage, its affiliates and its lending programs and products, eligibility criteria, interest rates, fees, and all other loan terms) is subject to change without notice. This is not a commitment to lend.


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