Mortgage Lenders & Prequalification Information

Unless you are a cash buyer, the first step in buying any home is finding a mortgage lender and getting prequalified. In fact, most sellers in today’s market insist upon a prequalification letter before accepting a contract offer. The prequalification process also enables you to establish your realistic financial goals and limitations before you begin your home search so that you and your Realtor® can work together as a team to find you the right home at the right price. To begin that process you might want to sit down with two or three lenders of your choice to make sure you find one who’s a good fit for you as a borrower and offers the loan product you require, whether that be conventional, FHA, VA, USDA or other mortgage product. We have provided for your convenience below a few lender names with contact information that some of our clients have previously worked with in this area. You are encouraged however to fully explore all of the options, products and lenders available to you in the marketplace and make your own decision on which one is best for you.

Denise Jones
Mortgage Loan Officer NMLS #1261422
ALLIANCE Home Loan Center

O: 806.776.0944
C: 806.790.6782

Bert Rogers
Mortgage Loan Officer
Texas Tech Federal Credit Union
6319 79th Street
Lubbock, TX 79424
806 775-5780

Alan Adams
Loan Originator NMLS 790469
Cardinal Financial