Helpful Hacks to Stretch Your Holiday Budget

While the holiday season is a joyous time of year full of laughter, love, and cheer, it can also be a time full of stress and financial despair. According to a study completed by the American Research Group, Inc., the average American is expected to spend over $900 on gifts for family, friends, and loved ones this holiday season alone. If you don’t have $900 already set aside for gifts this season, you’re not alone. That’s why we’re bringing you some great ways to stretch your holiday budget and save you from financial distress.

Hacks to stretch your holiday budget:

  1. Make a Plan: First things first – sit down and take a hard look at your finances, how many people you’d like to purchase gifts for, and what your budget will allow. Making and pricing out a list will also help you to stay on track and on budget.
  2. Do your Research: Have your eye on a specific gift for someone? Don’t jump on the first deal that comes your way. Try comparison shopping online or download a digital coupon app like RetailMeNot for deals and discount codes.
  3. Sign up for Email Alerts: If you’ve got several favorite stores, make sure you sign up for email alerts to receive news and information on sales and discount offers.
  4. Pay with Cash: While it’s tempting to charge up your credit card for gifts you think your family and friends will really love, setting a strict budget and taking out the exact amount of cash you plan to spend will help you to avoid that post-holiday debt.
  5. Take Advantage of Credit Promotions: While we do encourage you to use cash to stay on budget, it may be smart to check into your credit card company incentives and promotions to see if they offer cash rewards or points that will help you earn more. If you do decide to go this route, please remember to use credit responsibly
  6. DIY: It’s truly the thought that counts, so why not channel your creativity to make your own, personalized gifts for your loved ones? With the robust internet today, you should have no problem finding a number of ideas. Try checking out Pinterest to get you started.
  7. Set a Limit: There’s no harm in proposing a monetary limit with family and friends to help you stretch your budget on gifts this year. It is likely that they are in the same boat as you are and will welcome the gift limit idea.

So, leave the stress behind this season and use these handy tips to help you stretch your holiday budget.

How to Host a Budget-Friendly Thanksgiving

How to Host a Budget-Friendly Thanksgiving

It’s the season of giving. So, why are we spending so much? If you’ve signed up to host Turkey Day this year for your family and friends, here are some ways to save you from financial distress while planning the perfect holiday get-together.

  1. Crunch the Numbers

Take a minute to sit down and plan out how many people you can comfortably accommodate in your home as well as how many people you can afford to invite. This will help you determine the size of your party and how much food and drinks you will need to serve.

  1. Plan Ahead

Now that you’ve got the numbers down, it’s time to plan your budget and your shopping list. Remember that Thanksgiving is a time to gather and enjoy a feast with those you love, so have some fun planning the menu and don’t forget to take into consideration your guests’ dietary needs and restrictions.

  1. Divvy Out Dishes

Just because you are hosting the event doesn’t mean you can’t ask your guests to bring a bottle of wine, extra dessert, or side option. With you taking on the hosting duties and responsibilities, your friends will likely prefer not to show up empty handed and will be more than happy to help you out.

  1. Shop Early

There’s no need to stress yourself out even more by rushing to the store the night before the big event. Plan ahead and shop early, picking up items you need as you go along. This will help you avoid an overflowing shopping cart, an extra-long grocery receipt, and a hefty credit card charge. Don’t forget to check for coupons online or in store as well when doing your shopping.

  1. Save on Decorating

While seasonal home decor always adds a nice touch, it is important to remember that you can still fill your house with holiday cheer without breaking the bank. Check out Pinterest for these awesome DIY Thanksgiving decorating ideas or head to your local dollar store for inexpensive party extras.

  1. Turn Down the Heat

With the heat of the oven and baked dishes, along with all the extra guests hustling and bustling around your kitchen, you can opt to save a little extra on your heating bill this month by turning down your thermostat.

  1. Remember the Reason

In the chaos of it all, take time to remember the reason why we celebrate and appreciate the love that is shared amongst family and friends this time of year. No matter how extravagant your event turns out to be, there is greater importance in gathering together than there is in spending your savings on dinner.

Looking for more ways to save this season? Check out these 50 Ways to Save Money on Your Thanksgiving Dinner. From all of us at Inlanta Mortgage, we want to wish you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving and joyful holiday season!

Save Yourself from Overspending This Holiday Season with These Tips & Tricks!

We’ve all done it. Waited until last minute to do our holiday shopping only to overspend on gifts for loved ones, leaving us with extra credit card debt and buyers remorse. While the holidays prove time and again to be an expensive time of year for many, they don’t have to be. Here are some tips to help keep you from overspending this holiday season.

  • Set a Budget – and Stick to It.

It is always best to begin with a budget. Once you have your budget set, take the time to contemplate how you will best utilize that budget amount to get all of your holiday shopping done efficiently and wisely. Avoid going over budget – even just a little – as this can lead to falling into the trap of overspending.

  • Shop Year Around

Did you know that you can buy holiday gifts for family and friends year around? Most of us often forget this fact and like to put off our holiday shopping until the last minute when the malls are extra hectic and the clock is ticking. While this stressful strategy may work for some, finding and purchasing gifts year around can help you avoid the extra spending as well as the chaos of the holiday season. Just remember to stick to your budget!

  • Get Crafty.

They say that it’s the thought that counts, so why not get crafty and create a homemade present for someone you love? If you find you’re not the crafty type, enlist the help of a friend who is, or offer to do a favor. We recommend checking out Pinterest for some great DIY ideas your friends and family are sure to love!

  • Look for Deals

During the hustle and bustle of the holidays, it’s important to look for the best deals on gift items before doing your shopping. There are typically deals happening everywhere, so take some time to sit down with your phone, tablet, or computer to research the best deals for the items you need. When shopping in store, try an app like Retail Me Not for any coupons or extra store savings.

  • Watch Your Calendar

While it’s tempting to attend every holiday party or gathering that you’ve been invited to, you must remember that these events are typically costly. Save a little extra this year by skipping one or two parties or holiday dinners. Your wallet will thank you for it!

  • Plan Ahead for Travel

Do you travel somewhere for the holiday season? Plan ahead to figure out what is best financially for you and your travel companions to avoid the high holiday rates and travel prices. You may also want to weigh and measure your luggage ahead of time to avoid extra fees and skip the upgrades this time as well.

  • Keep Track for Next Year

Regardless of what your holiday shopping strategy may be, it is important to reflect on what you spent in total to help you plan better for next year’s festivities. If you find yourself overspending, look to what caused this and how you can fix your budget to help keep you on track next time. Once you have a total that you are happy with, you may want to open an extra savings account to set money aside all year. This will help keep you on track as well as save you from overspending.

Help Build Your Savings Account with These Simple Tips

Setting aside money each month for your savings account can often feel like a daunting and sometimes impossible commitment. Perhaps you’d like to buy a home someday or purchase a new car. Maybe, you’ve got a serious case of wanderlust and are wanting to travel the world. Either way, achieving these dreams often requires diligent planning – specifically financially.

If you constantly feel like you’re living paycheck to paycheck without saving a pretty penny, don’t fret. We’ve got some simple solutions for you to help boost your savings and get you one step closer to achieving your dreams.

  1. Set Up Direct Deposit: A good rule of thumb when it comes to savings is to set it and forget it. It may seem like an obvious tip but is often overlooked. If you already have a savings account, decide on a feasible amount to add to it directly each pay period. You may notice a difference at first, but soon enough, it will become the norm and you will have started building a nice little nest egg.
  2. Unplug and Turn Off: Do you often leave your TV on all night or come home from work to find your coffee pot still on? It may not seem like it, but simply leaving a light on or electronics plugged in can substantially increase your electric bill each month. Try diligently to ensure you turn the lights off when you leave a room and unplug electronics that are not in use to save extra on bills.
  3. Sell Your Stuff: It is likely that you have extra “stuff” lying around. That is, shoes and clothing items you no longer wear, old electronics you don’t use, furniture you don’t need, books you’ve already read, etc. Why not try to sell your useless items online or have a yard sale to add some extra cash to your savings account? This will also help you declutter your space as an added bonus.
  4. Brown Bag It: Do you go out to lunch regularly? Do you make a Starbucks run every morning on the way to work? While we all enjoy a pumpkin spice latté every now and then, spending money on fast food and coffee daily can take quite the hit on your paycheck. Perhaps it’s time to start bringing your lunch and coffee from home or setting some rules regarding how many lunch outings you can really afford each week.

While these may seem like small adjustments to make, over time, it can make a big difference in your savings account. Looking for more tips and tricks on ways to save? Check out this list of 100 Ways to Save Money from Nerd Wallet!

If you’d like additional tips on saving for a down payment or if you are interested in learning more about mortgage loan options for you, please contact one of our loan officers today. We’d love to help you achieve your dreams of homeownership!

Navigating Waves of Success – Inlanta’s 2017 Sales Conference Highlights

Navigating Waves of Success

We are thrilled to announce that our Annual Inlanta Sales Conference was a smashing success! We want to thank all of our dedicated employees that attended, our trusted sponsors that participated, and our inspiring speakers that motivated our team. Not only did we learn a lot while bonding with our friends & co-workers, but we also raised a whopping $24,541 for the Cancer Research Institute through raffle & silent auction! To learn more about the Cancer Research Institute, please visit www.cancerresearch.org.

This year’s conference, held at the Blue Harbor Resort in Sheboygan, WI, offered the members of our Inlanta family the chance to connect with one another personally, celebrate this past year’s successes together, and learn new best practices to ensure success in the upcoming year.

Awards & Recognition

The conference also included a service award ceremony honoring those who have proudly served on our team for the past 5, 10, 15, and 20 years on. Congratulations to the following members of Team Inlanta on their service.

5 Year Recognition: Jill Golla, Diane Kramasz, Rosemary McCullough, Liz Labodda, Trisha Mulder Conwell, Mike Ponce, Josh Badciong, Jon Donovan, Mark Polanco, Gail Carrick, Yvette Clermont, Sherri Mayer, Kerry Heus, Mark Schulenburg, Jon Bakovka

10 Year Recognition: Gilbert Bundy, Jim Fittante, Mike Fittante, Andy Patterson

15 Year Recognition: Kent Sova, Emily Whitstone

20 Year Recognition: Dennis DeGrave and Chris Knowlton

As a special honor to our 20-year veterans, Dennis & Chris both received a gift fitting for what they love most. For Dennis – that means anything Harley-Davidson! For Chris – that means all things Buffalo Wild Wings, Pepsi, and Hershey’s Chocolate!

Inlanta also honored Katrina Cole, Business Development/Marketing for our Grand Rapids, MI branch, with the second annual Brand Spirit Award! Katrina was proudly recognized as an individual that has grown the basic footprint of marketing and assisted in setting the foundation of the Grand Rapids branch for future growth. She consistently comes up with exceptional marketing ideas and reaches out to Inlanta’s corporate marketing team to ensure that brand standards and guidelines are met. Katrina has also received the following awards or has obtained a seat on the following boards: National Mortgage Professional Magazine’s 50 Most Connected Mortgage Professionals; Mortgage Professional America Magazine’s Elite Women in Mortgage; Vice President of the Michigan Mortgage Lenders Association West Chapter; Co-Chair of the Western Michigan Women’s Council of Realtors; and Board Member of the Michigan Mortgage Lenders Association.

Additional Highlights

The event also included a Top Producers Panel where Inlanta’s best divulged their keys to success, a number of breakout sessions featuring LOS system best practices and an Underwriting Panel, exciting company news and announcements, excellent motivational speakers, and continuing education for our Loan Officers.

On the second day of the conference, attendees experienced an excellent presentation by Garth Graham from the STRATMOR group on customer satisfaction in the mortgage industry. One of the most interesting takeaways was that satisfaction and net promoter scores were highest in the Third-Party Originations channel, proving TPO can lead to more happy clients through increased product offerings and competitive rates as well as leveraging the TPO provider’s technology platform.

Another highlight of the event included the presentation of the Customer Service Superstar Awards presented by Craig Pollack from Social Survey. Congratulations to Craig March, Dee Cayo, Yvette Clermont, Herb Lessmiller, and Jason Kupka for having the top customer satisfaction ratings in the company.

Inlanta was also excited to announce the destination of our 2017 rewards trip to beautiful Cap Cana, Dominican Republic!

Last, as the sun set on another great #TeamInlanta conference, we closed with excitement for the future – our upcoming 25th anniversary!

To see more from our Sales Conference, click here to watch a fun slideshow!

Mortgage Professional Spotlight with Dennis DeGrave

Obtaining a mortgage loan can often sound like a foreign concept to those who have not undergone the process before. The work of a mortgage professional, or a Loan Officer, can sound even more foreign to the unfamiliar. That is why we are diving in to the life of a mortgage pro with an up close and personal interview with one of our top experienced Loan Officers, Dennis DeGrave!

Check out our interview below to read what Dennis had to say about his career in the mortgage industry.

Inlanta Mortgage: Tell me about yourself… how many years have you been in the industry and what made you become an LO?

Dennis DeGrave: I have been with Inlanta for 20 years as you know, prior to this I had been doing lending for the previous 8 years with a finance company and a credit union.  One of the things I loved the best was being able to help people out financially when they needed it, so working for the finance company allowed me to help out those people with challenging credit or financial situations, however, we were typically working with pretty high-interest rates.  When the finance company was going out of business, I then was offered a job at a credit union.  The credit union gave me the opportunity to do the same thing, however now I was able to do that with great low rates to the members of the credit union.  The biggest draw for me when I then had the opportunity to work at Inlanta Mortgage, is that I now could help people of all financial statuses buy homes and experience the pride of homeownership or better their financial situations by refinancing their existing mortgages.

IM: You have been in the industry a long time – what makes you successful?

DD: Always doing what is right for my clients’ financial future.  I love to educate my clients on what options they have available and solving problems. If there is a way to help them out, I believe I can find the best solution for them to accomplish their goal.

IM: What does a typical day look like for you?

DD: A great day is when I have numerous conversations or meetings with clients and referral partners to discuss financing options.  Typical days involve reviewing applications, putting together financing options, discussing or meeting with clients to review those options, and getting loans approved and/or going to closings.

IM: What is your favorite thing about your job?

DD: Definitely attending my closings with first-time homebuyers, getting to share in their excitement of finally getting the keys to their first home and knowing that I had something to do with that historic day for them is the best.

IM: What piece of advice would you give to first-time homebuyers?

DD: Make sure they are working with a lender that explains the whole home buying process and is attentive to their questions and needs.  Buying your first home is a big deal and can be pretty stressful.  The better understanding the buyer has of how the process works and what the payments and money needed at closing are, before they start looking at homes and writing an offer, the better they will feel about the whole experience.

Special thanks to Dennis DeGrave from our Pewaukee, WI branch for giving us an inside look at the life of a mortgage industry professional!

Inlanta Mortgage- A Strong Culture and Top Mortgage Employer

January’s issue of National Mortgage Professional Magazine (NMP) was a big issue for Inlanta Mortgage. Not only was an article from our SVP of Business Development, Chad Gomoll, featured in NMP’s special focus on Mortgage Industry Employment, but Inlanta was also recognized as a Top Mortgage Employer for the third consecutive year!

We cannot thank our employees enough for contributing to the nomination. Inlanta’s culture is certainly unique and special in its own way. Here at Inlanta, we believe investing in our employees and providing them with a work environment they can thrive in is top priority. Inlanta Mortgage is a family-owned business – and we run it that way! Our culture is open, team-oriented, and guided by our code of ethics.

At Inlanta, we understand that we have the ability to positively impact everyone we touch and strive to improve the lives of those we serve and work with in our communities. Culture is important to us and, as Chad Gomoll discusses in his article in National Mortgage Professional Magazine, crucial to a company’s success.

“Since we spend an average of one-third of our lives at work, most people want to know that they are spending their time well and doing something meaningful. Most importantly, they want to have fun and enjoy coming to work every day. You want to make sure that the people who are in your company feel the same amount of passion as everyone else so you don’t lose that sense of comradery and that feeling that everyone is pulling for each other.”

Chad goes on to discuss the benefits of a positive culture and the upwards momentum it creates in the work place.

“When your employees feel supported and like they are all working towards a common goal, nothing will get dropped along the way. Whether they are an intern, mid-level operations staff, loan originator, or senior leadership, having a strong company culture means there is always someone your employees can relate to and depend on to help them out when the work seems overwhelming. When employees thrive in their environment, they feed off each other’s energy, are more motivated to succeed, and feel a bigger sense of pride in the accomplishments of the company as a whole.”

Read the rest of Chad’s article from National Mortgage Professional Magazine here.

Questions to Ask Your Loan Officer

Loan Officer with Couple

 

Questions to Ask Your Loan Officer

It’s easy to get nervous about something as big as applying for a mortgage. What is not so easy is putting our minds at ease if you’re in the middle of the process and things aren’t going the way you had thought they would. Here is a list of questions you can ask your loan officer before you begin the process to help you prepare for what’s ahead.

 

1. What are the steps and process for getting a loan approval?

To avoid any delays or surprises, be sure your loan officer takes the time to clearly explain the process and the steps from application to closing.

 

2. Interview your loan officer.

Be sure he or she is someone you trust and feel comfortable working with.  Ask about their experience with your loan type. Be sure you explore all the loan programs with your loan officer to determine that you are selecting the best choice for you.

 

3. What are the total fees / costs associated with the loan?

Borrowers pay fees at closing for services provided by the lender and other parties, such as title companies. Be sure you have a full understanding and a breakdown of all costs you will incur from application to closing. You should also be made aware of any out-of-pocket expenses you will have associated with the loan (i.e. appraisal fees, homeowners insurance, etc.)

  • Lenders may also charge discount or origination points. One point is equal to 1 percent of the loan amount. (i.e. on a $150,000 mortgage, one point would be a fee of $1,500 added to your closing costs.) Discount points reduce the interest rate or are used to buy the rate down. They are prepaid interest and are typically tax-deductible. Origination points are fees charged by the lender to cover the costs of originating the loan. Ask your loan officer if this will apply to you.

 

4. When can I lock the interest rate?

Interest rates can and do fluctuate. To prevent risking a higher rate, you can lock in your rate based on the market the day of locking. Locks are based on a set time frame, typically 30, 45, or 60 days.  Shorter term locks typically offer the best pricing.  Because the rates can change daily based on market, it is always your decision when to lock in your rate. Ask your loan officer about how you can lock in the best rate.

 

5. Is there a prepayment penalty on this loan?

Be sure you ask up front if your loan has a prepayment penalty.  Some lenders charge a penalty if you prepay on the mortgage. Some apply only when you refinance or reduce the principal balance by more than a certain percentage.

 

6. What is the minimum down payment required for this loan?

Be sure to explore your options regarding down payment.  The bigger down payment might mean a lower interest rate and better loan terms. With a down payment of less than 20 percent, you will likely have mortgage insurance (PMI) that will either increase your monthly payment or your rate.  By exploring your options you may also find that there is a program that will allow you to not have to make a down payment and keep those funds for reserves.

 

7. What documents will I have to provide?

Your loan officer should be able to provide you a list of required documents.  Understand the documents requested are required per federal lending guidelines and the sooner you provide those documents to your loan officer, the better they will be able to direct you.  Most Lenders require proof of income and assets, including bank statements, tax returns, W-2 statements and recent pay stubs.  More may be required based on your individual situation.

 

8. How long will it take to process my loan application?

There are a lot of moving parts to getting a mortgage from application to closing.  The timeframe can vary based on the type of loan program and all the parties involved responding to requests in a timely manner.  Purchase offers are typically written with closing dates anywhere from 30 to 60 days from accepted offer date.  As soon as you have an accepted offer, be sure you are notifying your loan officer right away to keep things rolling.  Your loan officer should be able to provide you an estimated time line along with frequent updates on status so you know you are on track for closing on time.

 

9. What can I do to ensure a timely closing?

Keeping your loan officer informed that you are writing an offer and provide updates until the offer is accepted.  Responding to your loan officer in a timely fashion is important. Asking what else you can do to keep the process moving along can help things go more smoothly.

 

10. What might delay approval of my loan?

Be sure you are up front with you loan officer, one of the things that can slow the process is when information is uncovered that was not known at the time of application.  If a job change, a decrease in salary, a new debt, a change in your credit history, or a change in marital status happens during the loan process, it is imperative that you communicate this with your loan officer as early in the process as possible so they can assist you in avoiding any delays.  The best way to avoid that is to put your financial life in a holding pattern until you reach the closing table.

 

Remember, you and your loan officer are on the same team, working together to get you into your new home as quickly and smoothly as possible.

 

 

Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to be the home financing partner that you trust to serve your family, friends, and community. Through our family of dedicated mortgage professionals, our commitment is to deliver an exceptional experience. Our unwavering dedication to integrity, honesty and ethics is the foundation of all of our relationships.

 

About Inlanta Mortgage

Headquartered in Brookfield, Wisconsin, Inlanta Mortgage is a growing mortgage banking firm committed to quality mortgage lending, ethical operations and strong customer service.

Inlanta Mortgage offers Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac agency products, as well as a full suite of jumbo and portfolio programs. The company is an agency approved lender for Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, FHA/VA, FHA 203K and USDA. Inlanta Mortgage also offers numerous state bond agency programs. Review Inlanta’s mortgage loan programs.

Inlanta Mortgage was recently named a Top Workplace for a third time in 2015. Inlanta has also received the Platinum Million Dollar USDA Lender Award and has been recognized as a Top Mortgage Employer by National Mortgage Professional and a Top 100 Mortgage Banking Company and 100 Best Mortgage Companies to Work For by Mortgage Executive Magazine.

Inlanta Mortgage, Inc. NMLS #1016

30-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage

30-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Loans

Are you ready to buy a home? What type of loan do you choose? The most common type of loan is the 30-year fixed rate mortgage loan. Watch this video to learn more and call a licensed Inlanta Mortgage loan officer to begin your free, no-obligation consultation. Use our branch locator to find a loan officer near you.

Inlanta Loan Programs

In addition to the fixed or adjustable rate mortgage options, a licensed Inlanta Mortgage loan officer can help you determine which specific loan program is best for your situation. Inlanta offers a number of  loan programs including no down payment USDA financing, VA financing, conventional loans, and FHA loans. In addition, Inlanta offers renovation/rehabilitation loan options and the new low down payment options available from Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae (Home Possible® & MyCommunityMortgage®). Contact an Inlanta Mortgage loan officer to learn more about these unique financing options.

Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to be the home financing partner that you trust to serve your family, friends and community. Through our family of dedicated mortgage professionals, our commitment is to deliver an exceptional experience. Our unwavering dedication to integrity, honesty and ethics is the foundation of all of our relationships.

About Inlanta Mortgage

Headquartered in Brookfield, Wisconsin, Inlanta Mortgage is a growing mortgage banking firm committed to quality mortgage lending, ethical operations and strong customer service.

Inlanta Mortgage offers Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac agency products, as well as a full suite of jumbo and portfolio programs. The company is an agency approved lender for Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, FHA/VA, FHA 203K and USDA. Inlanta Mortgage also offers numerous state bond agency programs. Review Inlanta’s mortgage loan programs.

Inlanta Mortgage was recently named a Top Mortgage Lender in 2013 as well as 2012 by Scotsman Guide. Inlanta was also recently named a Top Workplace in 2014 as well as in 2012. Inlanta has also been named one of the “Top 100 Mortgage Companies in America” in 2011, 2012 and 2013 and one of the 50 Best Companies to Work For by Mortgage Executive Magazine.

Inlanta Mortgage, Inc. NMLS #1016, MyCommunityMortgage® is a registered trademark of Fannie Mae, HomePossible® is a registered trademark of Freddie Mac.

Learn About Adjustable Rate Mortgages

What are Adjustable Rate Mortgages?

Adjustable rate mortgages can sometimes be confusing. Unlike fixed rate mortgages, adjustable rate mortgages, or ARMs, come with interest rates that typically change with the market each year. Most of the time, ARMs are lower than traditional rates.

Trade-off with Adjustable Rate Mortgages

While fixed rate mortgage payments stay the same over the life of the mortgage loan, if rates go down, adjustable rate mortgage payments go down. However, if rates go up, your adjustable rate mortgage payment could go up. That volatility may not work for some people. Contact an Inlanta Mortgage loan officer for more information and to determine if an adjustable rate mortgage is for you.

Inlanta Mortgage Loan Programs

Inlanta offers a variety of loan programs and can help you determine which program is best suited for your unique financial situation. Contact a licensed loan officer near you, or simply apply online now. We will review your application and advise you on the best course of action.

Our Mission

Our mission is to be the home financing partner that you trust to serve your family, friends and community. Through our family of dedicated mortgage professionals, our commitment is to deliver an exceptional experience. Our unwavering dedication to integrity, honesty and ethics is the foundation of all of our relationships.

About Inlanta Mortgage

Headquartered in Brookfield, Wisconsin, Inlanta Mortgage is a growing mortgage banking firm committed to quality mortgage lending, ethical operations and strong customer service.

Inlanta Mortgage offers Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac agency products, as well as a full suite of jumbo and portfolio programs. The company is an agency approved lender for Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, FHA/VA, FHA 203K and USDA. Inlanta Mortgage also offers numerous state bond agency programs. Review Inlanta’s mortgage loan programs.

Inlanta Mortgage was recently named a Top Mortgage Lender in 2013 as well as 2012 by Scotsman Guide. Inlanta was also named a Top Workplace in 2014 as well as in 2012. Inlanta has also been named one of the “Top 100 Mortgage Companies in America” in 2011, 2012 and 2013 and one of the 50 Best Companies to Work For by Mortgage Executive Magazine.

Inlanta Mortgage, Inc. NMLS# 1016. Loans subject to credit approval. Programs subject to change.