LoanStar360’s freshly redesigned website takes mortgage lending to a whole new level by turning confusion into clarity for millions of potential homeowners.
Navigating the mortgage process can be overwhelming, but it can also be refreshing to find a mortgage lending team that just makes everything easier.
That was precisely the goal when the LoanStar360 mortgage lending team was created.
With the launch of their newly designed website, millions of homeowners can now easily search for and compare hundreds of loan options in just a few seconds. Whether it’s FHA, VA, USDA, or other more conventional loan options, LoanStar360 provides a way to learn about what’s important when it comes to getting a ‘smart’ home loan.
The company is made up of a small, dedicated team of mortgage experts with hearts of gold and a passion for helping people. While each leverages their different skill sets, knowledge, and experience – they all agree that transparency and honesty are the keys to building trust and transparency between customers and lenders.
LoanStar360’s new website works hard to bridge the gap between complicated mortgage products and consumers by educating them on several home loan options. It breaks down everything you need to know about FHA loans, covers VA loans for Veterans and active-duty military personnel, untangles many misconceptions about Jumbo loans, and digs deep into one of the best 100% financing home loan options out there – USDA and Rural Development loans.
To build upon all the options, checking eligibility for them has never been easier with their 30-Second Homebuyer Quiz. “Our new website was designed and optimized for users who want to take a more self-guided approach to their mortgage research,” says Danny Nassar, branch manager and founder of LoanStar360. “Our 30-Second quiz provides customized recommendations for a range of mortgage products that borrowers can learn more about without ever leaving the site.”
For borrowers who like the security of working with a trusted lender, LoanStar360’s website isn’t just a pretty face. There are real people with real first-hand knowledge waiting to help borrowers with every step of the process.
“We recognize that a home loan is a major decision, and as such, borrowers need access to highly trained professionals who can help them make informed decisions,” Nassar says. “That’s why we’re working hard to integrate live chat support in the future for any question borrowers have about their mortgage options.”
With service areas ranging throughout Texas, California, New Mexico, and soon to be licensed in Florida, LoanStar360 is quickly becoming recognized as the go-to mortgage team for anyone looking for an easy home loan experience. Their new website offers easy access to compare their options as well as a never-ending stream of educational resources.
“We’ve built our entire business around providing borrowers with transparent communication upfront about their loan options and costs so they can feel confident about moving forward, ” Nassar says. “Our new website is just one way we’re making it easier for people to find the information they need to make sound financial decisions during their homebuying journey.”
Danny Nassar founded LoanStar360 in 2003, shortly after graduating with a degree in economics from the University of Texas at Austin. He has built a reputation for tirelessly going above and beyond for his clients, providing them not only with some of the most competitive rates in the industry, but solving some of the most complex mortgage scenarios in the market. Nassar’s passion for helping people achieve their dream of homeownership and his years of industry experience has helped him maintain a commitment to excellence that has created a successful mortgage lending business for over 20 years – and now, he is driven to take it all to the next level.
To learn more about buying or refinancing your home, visit https://loanstar360.com.
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