How Does the Mortgage Loan Process Work?

Mortgage Loan Process

How does the mortgage process work? From the minute we receive your application until your closing date (that’s when you get your keys!), we are here to help you. Here is a little more information on what to expect during your mortgage loan process.

BEGINNING THE MORTGAGE PROCESS

The first step in the mortgage process is to submit an application and authorize a credit check. You can submit an application securely online or in many cases, our loan officers will take an application over the phone. Find a loan officer near you using our branch locator or submit an application now and we will connect you with a licensed mortgage professional in your area.

Verifying documents is absolutely essential to the mortgage loan process. It is generally best to submit these materials at about the same time you submit your application to ensure a quick and smooth mortgage loan process. Required documents include 2 years W2’s, 2 paystubs, 2 bank statements. Your loan officer will explain what documentation is needed after you submit your application, but here is a more detailed list of required documents for your convenience.

After you have submitted your application and the required documentation, you may be pre-approved for a mortgage loan. Read more about the importance of pre-approvals.

PROCESSING YOUR MORTGAGE LOAN

The mortgage loan process will move forward once you select a property to purchase, submit an offer to purchase letter and received a signed purchase agreement from the seller. Your Realtor will assist you with this stage, but it should move smoothly since you have already been pre-approved!

Once the purchase agreement is received and we have received your written consent to proceed with the mortgage application, we will order an appraisal to determine the property’s market value for financing. Appraisals are performed by qualified independent real estate appraisers, typically after your purchase offer is accepted by the seller. Read more about appraisals here.

In addition to the appraisal, we will select a closing company to research the property title. An abstract will be completed to determine the legal owner of the home and whether there are unpaid taxes, liens, etc.  Meanwhile, our team of experienced processors will be verifying all the documentation you submitted regarding debt, income and assets.

THE LOAN COMMITMENT LETTER – FINAL MORTGAGE APPROVAL

Our experienced underwriting team has the privilege of making the final decision regarding your loan approval. Underwriters evaluate all the information and make sure it aligns with your specific loan program guidelines. If all the required documentation has been received and no conditions are outstanding, a loan commitment or final approval is issued.

Our closing department will be notified of the underwriters’ final approval and begin assembling your loan closing documents, including the  HUD 1 Settlement Statement. The HUD 1 Settlement Statement details all final numbers, showing the breakdown of costs and money needed at closing. Our experienced closing department will require your proof of homeowners insurance before a closing appointment can be scheduled. You must have one year of homeowners insurance paid prior to closing. Your loan officer can explain the specific requirements for the homeowners insurance binder.

CLOSING YOUR MORTGAGE LOAN

After proof of homeowners insurance is confirmed, a closing meeting is scheduled! You are very close to your dream of homeownership!

You are required to attend the closing meeting along with a representative from the title company. Your Realtor and loan officer are typically present too.  During this meeting all final signatures are acquired and final payments (certified check required) are distributed. And the best part…your will receive the keys to your new home!

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

Last year, Inlanta Mortgage celebrated its 20th Anniversary. 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 here.

Inlanta Mortgage is a multi-state mortgage banker based out of Brookfield, Wisconsin NMLS #1016. 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.

Getting a VA Loan

VA Mortgage Loans

VA Mortgage Loans

VA mortgage loans are designed to help our nation’s veterans purchase a home or refinance their existing mortgage. VA loans are a great option for eligible veterans because there is no down payment requirement, qualifying requirements are less restrictive than conventional loans and private mortgage insurance is not required.

Visit the Department of Veterans Affairs website to determine if you are eligible. Spouses of veterans may also qualify under specific circumstances.

VA Mortgage Loan Process

1. Find a Lender – You need a lender who participates in the VA program.

2. Get a Certificate of Eligibility (COE) – A COE verifies that you meet eligibility requirements for a VA loan. In most cases, Inlanta Mortgage loan officers can access and obtain your COE through an internet-based application (Web LGY) in a matter of seconds.

3. Find a Realtor – A Realtor can help you find a home and negotiate a purchase agreement.

4. Complete Your Loan Application – Work with your lender to complete your loan application and gather required documentation (bank statements, pay stubs, W2s).

5. Loan Processing – An appraisal will be ordered from a state-licensed real estate appraiser and your mortgage lender will begin to process all your application and documentation. Your lender will review all your information and confirm that the appraisal meets the market value requirements for a VA home loan guaranty.

7. Loan Approval & Closing – After reviewing the property appraisal and your credit, income and asset documentation, your lender can make a decision to approve or deny. Approved loans move towards closing. Title company representatives or attorneys conduct the closing – which is where the property is transferred to you!

Learn More About VA Loans

Do you have additional questions on VA mortgage loan eligibility, the loan process, or VA loans in general? Inlanta Mortgage loan officers are qualified to answer all of your VA mortgage loan questions. Use our branch locator to find a licensed mortgage loan officer near you.

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 – Celebrating 20 Years

Celebrating its 20th Anniversary, 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 Fannie Mae, FHA/VA, FHA 203K and USDA. Inlanta Mortgage also offers numerous state bond agency programs. Review Inlanta’s mortgage loan programs here.

 

 

What is a Home Appraisal?

Home-Appraisal

What is a Home Appraisal?

An appraisal is a written estimate of a property’s market value used by mortgage lenders to verify a property’s worth for prospective financing. Appraisals are performed by qualified independent real estate appraisers, typically after your purchase offer is accepted by the seller.

Why is an Appraisal Required?

An appraisal is essential to the mortgage loan approval process. Lenders use the appraisal to determine the appropriate loan amount. Because home values can vary considerably, it’s important for the lender to have an objective opinion of the value of a home before making a loan that will be secured by the property. A lender will not lend more than the value of the home, and the appraised value is used to determine common loan ratios that factor into the mortgage loan approval process, such as loan to value (LTV).

What Factors Affect a Home Appraisal?

Several items are taken into consideration when an appraisal is completed. The appraiser takes external measurements of the home to determine square footage and notes the layout of all rooms as well as the number of bedrooms and bathrooms. Other items that may be taken into consideration include:

  • Overall condition of property
  • Property location
  • Architectural features
  • Major structural improvements (additions or remodeled rooms)

Who Orders Appraisal?

Your mortgage lender will hire an independent appraiser that is licensed by the state Division of Commerce to complete your appraisal.

Ready to Buy a Home?

Are you ready to buy your first home or move to a new one? Complete our online application or find a loan officer near you using our branch locator. Please feel free to reach out to any of our qualified and licensed mortgage professionals if you have any questions about home buying or refinancing.

About Inlanta Mortgage – Celebrating 20 Years

Celebrating its 20th Anniversary, 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 Fannie Mae, FHA/VA, FHA 203K and USDA. Inlanta Mortgage also offers numerous state bond agency programs. Review Inlanta’s mortgage loan programs here.

Inlanta Mortgage is a multi-state mortgage banker based out of Brookfield, Wisconsin. NMLS #1016. Inlanta Mortgage is proud to be named to the Scotsman Guide Top Mortgage Lenders 2012 list and to be among the Top 100 Mortgage Banking Companies in America in 2012 and Fastest Growing Milwaukee-Area Firms.

Get Mortgage Pre-Approval Before House Hunting!

Bring Your Pre-Approval

House Hunting? You Need a Pre-Approval Letter

Will you be dropping by a few open houses this weekend? Take a pre-approval letter with you! Pre-approvals provide house hunters with a number of benefits:

  • Your Realtor knows you’re serious when you present a pre-approval letter.
  • Sellers prefer to negotiate with prospective buyers with pre-approvals over simple pre-qualification letters – often times sellers won’t even consider your offer without a pre-approval letter from a licensed mortgage loan originator!
  • Your mortgage pre-approval letter takes into consideration down payment percentages, interest rates, property taxes and mortgage insurance – which makes it clearer to you (the buyer) just how much you can truly afford to borrow.
  • A solid pre-approval will help you get your loan processed faster. Getting a
    pre-approval could take your offer from a 60 day closing to as little as 30 days.

Pre-Approvals are Not Pre-Qualifications

Pre-qualifications will give you an idea of what kind of loan you may qualify for and can typically be completed in minutes. This informal estimate may be just fine for those in the very early stages of the home buying process.

Pre-approvals are more involved and are a better indication of your ability to fully qualify for a mortgage loan. In order to get pre-approved, we will gather all the information we need to begin the loan process. This typically involves a credit check as well as income and asset verification. Typical documents required for a pre-approval include:

  • Bank statements
  • W-2s
  • Drivers License/Identification
  • Paystubs
  • Proof of IRAs or retirement accounts and their balances

Apply Online for Your Pre-Approval

Securely submit your application online! Click here to submit and application now or use our branch locator to find a licensed mortgage loan orginator near you.

Inlanta Mortgage loan officers are dedicated to helping you achieve your dreams of homeownership. Review testimonials for Inlanta Mortgage loan officers here. All testimonials were published with the express permission of our customers. Last names have been omitted to ensure their privacy.

Inlanta Mortgage is proudly celebrating twenty years in business. Learn more about Inlanta’s twenty year history here.

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

Inlanta Mortgage is a multi-state mortgage banker based out of Brookfield, Wisconsin. NMLS# 1016. Inlanta Mortgage is proud to be a recent recipient of a 2012 Top Workplace Award.

Testimonials – Pewaukee, Wisconsin Loan Officers

Home Owner Testimonials

At Inlanta Mortgage, we strive to provide our customers with the best service available. Our loan officers continually go above and beyond to ensure they provide the kind of service that our wonderful customers deserve. Here are some of the testimonials we have recently recieved for our branch in Pewaukee, WI.

Jim Snyder
Branch Manager

ʺAs always, everything was handled smoothly and in an efficient manner. Thank you for all that you do.ʺ – Nicholle H.

ʺJim was great–He went the extra mile in every area. Things went very smooth.ʺ – Jim S.

ʺOnce again Jim and his staff have made refinancing a seamless process. I recommend you give them a call with your needs…ʺ – Robin & Paula Z.

Michele Fritz
Loan Officer

ʺAs long as Michele is there I will use them again. She did a great job.ʺ – Phil S.

Steve Kern
Loan Officer

ʺSteve Kern made this a very easy process and was very helpful. I would recommend Inlanta to any of my family/friends who are in need of a mortgage.ʺ – Jon B.

Inlanta Mortgage is proudly celebrating twenty years in business. Learn more about Inlanta’s twenty year history here.

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

Inlanta Mortgage is a multi-state mortgage banker based out of Brookfield, Wisconsin. NMLS# 1016. Inlanta Mortgage is proud to be a recent recipient of a 2012 Top Workplace Award.

Rural Development Loans – USDA

USDA Rural Development Loans

What’s So Great About USDA Loans?

Answer: 100% financing.

The USDA rural development loan program is a program designed to make rural housing more affordable. USDA loan program eligibility depends upon applicant income and the purchase property location. With USDA rural development loans, you can finance 100% of the home value with no down payment.

USDA Program Changing Next March

On October 1, 2012, the USDA was expected to revise its definition of “rural”. This revision would have made USDA rural development funding more restrictive. Eligibility would have been limited to communities with a population less than 20,000 not located within a MSA (metropolitan statistical area). Half the rural population in America lives within a MSA and would be ineligible for the USDA rural development loan program if this change had been implemented.  These changes are now delayed until March 27, 2013.

Communities in Wisconsin that could be affected if the change is implemented next March include: Burlington, Hartford, Muskego, Port Washington, Portage, River Falls, Stoughton, Sussex, Vernon, and Waunakee. A very large number of Florida communities could be affected as well. For a complete list of communities that may potentially be affected by tighter rural development eligibility restrictions click here.

How do I check if my home is USDA / Rural Housing-eligible?

With the USDA Rural Housing Program, your home must be located in a rural area. However, the USDA’s definition of “rural” is quite liberal. Many small towns meet the USDA requirements, as do suburbs and exurbs of most major U.S. cities. Click here to check your home’s USDA loan eligibility.

What is the USDA program’s minimum downpayment?

The USDA has no down payment requirement. You can finance 100% with a USDA loan.

Is the USDA loan program limited to first-time buyers?

No, the USDA Rural Housing Program can be used by first-time buyers and repeat buyers.

What mortgage products are available with a USDA mortgage?

The USDA / Rural Housing Program offers 30-year fixed rate mortgages only. There is no 15-year fixed rate mortgage and no adjustable-rate mortgages.

Need more information on the USDA rural development loan program? Consult a licensed mortgage loan professional near you.

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

Inlanta Mortgage is a multi-state mortgage banker based out of Brookfield, Wisconsin. NMLS# 1016. Inlanta Mortgage was named a 2012 Top Workplace in Southeastern Wisconsin.

Buying a Home

Buy a Home

 

Buying a home is a big deal. Where do you start?

How Much Can You Afford?

Look at your budget and determine how a house fits into it. Fannie Mae recommends that buyers spend no more than 28% of their income on housing costs. Go much past 30% and you risk becoming house poor. Visit our blog post How Much House Can You Afford? This post will help you understand how Inlanta Mortgage computes the amount you are pre-approved to purchase. Click here to learn more about the importance of getting pre-approved.

What Type of Loan Programs are Available?

There are a number of loan programs available – including no or low down payment options. An Inlanta Mortgage professional can help you decide which of the following programs is the best home financing option for you.

Conventional Mortgage Loans – Traditional program that usually requires 5% down and offers competitive interest rates.

Jumbo Mortgage Loans – A jumbo mortgage is a loan amount above conventional conforming loan limits. Consult an Inlanta Mortgage Loan Specialist to discuss if a jumbo mortgage is suited for you.

FHA Mortgages – FHA mortgages enable the borrower to put as low as 3.5% down and are available to borrowers with less than perfect credit.

USDA Mortgages – USDA mortgage loans are designed to help lower income individuals or households purchase homes in rural areas.

VA Mortgages – VA mortgage loans are federally guaranteed mortgage loans for veterans that don’t require a down payment.

Avoid First Time Home Buyer Mistakes

Review our blog posts on common first time home buyer mistakes:

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

Inlanta Mortgage is a multi-state mortgage banker based out of Brookfield, Wisconsin. NMLS# 1016. Inlanta Mortgage is proud to be a recent recipient of a 2012 Top Workplace Award.

 

VA Mortgage Loans

VA Mortgage Loans

Mortgage loan programs come in many shapes and sizes. Okay…maybe not different shapes or sizes…but there are a variety of mortgage loan programs available. One program is specifically designed to help our nation’s veterans – the VA Mortgage Loan.

VA Mortgage Loans

A VA mortgage loan is a federally guaranteed mortgage loan for veterans that does not require a down payment or private mortgage insurance. This is an excellent benefit for eligible veterans. Private mortgage insurance is usually required if a down payment of 20% is not provided – with the VA mortgage loan both the down payment and private mortgage insurance requirements are waived.

Who’s eligible?
Veterans who served on active duty and have a discharge other than
dishonorable after a minimum of 90 days of service during wartime or a
minimum of 181 continuous days during peacetime are eligible to apply for the VA Mortgage Loan. There is a two-year requirement if the veteran enlisted and began service after September 7,1980 or was an officer and began service after October 16, 1981. There is a six-year requirement for National guards and reservists with certain criteria and there are specific rules concerning the eligibility of surviving spouses.

All veterans must qualify for the VA mortgage loan –  they are not automatically eligible for the program. The guaranty means the lender is protected against loss if you or a later owner fails to repay the VA mortgage loan. Click here to contact a licensed mortgage lender and discuss your VA Mortgage Loan options.

If you are a United States veteran you are probably already familiar with the Department of Veterans Affairs website, if not, it is a great resource for finding out about your veterans benefits. Click here to access the Department of Veterans Affairs Home Page.

Inlanta Mortgage is a multi-state mortgage banker based out of Brookfield, WI. NMLS#1016.


To Pay Off or Not To Pay Off


Guest blog written by Sam Parker, Vice President of Heartland Credit Restoration (formerly CreditAbility). For more information or further questions email Sam at sam@hcrepair.com or visit www.heartlandcreditrestoration.com.

Many people are under the impression that paying off a collection, charge off, or profit and loss will increase their credit scores. Unfortunately, not only will your scores NOT increase but they will actually GO DOWN! It seems a little backward right? You pay a debt and you get dinged for it.

Here’s why! Once a debt goes to collection, the balance is no longer a factor. This means that technically a $5 collection will hurt you just as much as a $5000 collection. The only real factors that matter to your credit scores once a debt has been placed for collection are the DATE OF LAST ACTIVITY and the M.O.P RATING attached to the item. (I’ll explain MOP ratings in the next discussion) .

For the sake of this discussion lets pretend that you have a collection which was last active in October of 2005, this item would have a “9” rating attached, which is negative.

As time passes between present day and the date of last activity this negative item hurts your credit less and less. When you pay this negative item it updates the date of last activity to the current month and year HOWEVER the 9 rating attached to this item remains the same. What does this mean for you and your credit score? It goes down because to the scoring algorithms it appears that a new 9 rated (negative) account just hit your credit.

Some might say it’s best to NOT pay collection then. Unfortunately if left unpaid for too long, most collections will go to a Judgment status, meaning that this debt is confirmed by a court and must be paid.

So what can you do to avoid a mess like this? Get it in writing! If you’re going to pay a collection first get something in writing from the creditor stating that once your debt has been paid, they will either remove this negative item from the credit or update the item to an “unrated status”.

I hope this helps! Feel free to ask questions!

As you’re looking through the credit report what you want to pay attention to is the “rating column.” As most of you know there is a rating system which goes 0-9. It will usually looking something like R9, I9, I1, I9, etc…. The letters before the number are referring to the type of account….R meaning Revolving, I meaning Installment, etc. The number following the letter refers to its status. Below I have listed what each number means.

R0 – Too new to rate. Approved but not used.
R1 – Pays within 30 days of billing or as agreed.
R3 – Pays in more than 30 days, but less than 60 or when next payment is due.
R4 – Pays in more than 60 days, but less than 90 or when two payments are due.
R5 – Account is at least 120 days past due but is not yet rated R9.
R6 – No rating exists.
R7 – Paid through a consolidation order, consumer proposal or credit counseling debt management program.
R8 – Repossession
R9 – Bad debt, or placed for collection or bankruptcy

If you would like to discuss home financing options and your credit status with a licensed mortgage loan officer, click here to find a Inlanta Mortgage branch near you.

 

 

Life After Bankruptcy

This post written by Jim Marcinkowski, a licensed mortgage loan officer and branch manager of our Fort Myers, Florida branch.

Fort Myers, FL – Bankruptcy is an uncomfortable subject for a variety of reasons. The most obvious is the potential havoc it can wreak on your finances. Running a close second is the negative stigma which is often attached to the process. This negativity is important to mention because strong emotions can sometimes lead to unsound financial decisions with devastating results.

Bankruptcy becomes a viable option for someone who is “upside down” in terms of cash flow. In other words, when a person has more money going out each month than coming in, bankruptcy should be considered if no reversal of this negative cash flow is within sight. The longer someone waits to explore the various options available, the more serious his or her situation may become.

One of the worst things people can do in this situation is to borrow more money to try and pay off their debts. On paper, this is clearly an unwise financial decision. In the real world, however, it is very common for individuals to pursue this strategy in an attempt to buy time and hold off on filing for bankruptcy. On the surface, this is certainly a noble notion; however it can often compound the problem and serves only to delay the inevitable.

For many homeowners in the midst of this upside down cash flow, speaking to a qualified mortgage professional is a much better option. An experienced loan officer can objectively look at your finances and help you determine if restructuring your mortgage would not only help, but possibly even alleviate any need for bankruptcy.

If bankruptcy is the only option, seek out a reputable bankruptcy attorney and credit counselor. A qualified mortgage specialist can provide references for you as well, as he or she works with these professionals on a regular basis. Reliable references are essential in this case because experienced professionals greatly increase the odds of a successful bankruptcy experience. It’s that simple.

When filing for bankruptcy, be completely honest and accurate regarding every aspect of your financial situation. This includes any changes to your income which may occur throughout the process. Bankruptcy is a federal procedure, adjudicated by real judges, and scrutinized by representatives who coordinate with the Department of Justice, the FBI, and the IRS.

Here are some additional steps you can take to make the bankruptcy process as painless as possible:

  • Save all paperwork regarding your bankruptcy, and keep it organized. This will prove beneficial after your bankruptcy as you now have all of the pertinent information in one place. Also, be sure to write down your discharge date. It’s surprising how many people forget to do this.
  • Establish a household budget. This can be accomplished in many ways, but there are several inexpensive computer programs available which do an excellent job.
  • Throughout the bankruptcy, do your best to not only live below your means, but to save as much cash as possible. You never know what you may need it for once the process is completed.
  • Be prepared for a barrage of junk mail. There will be sharks on the loose who are hoping to capitalize on your need for credit.

Tips for Rebuilding Credit:

  • If you must buy a car, focus on transportation as opposed to style. Buy an inexpensive, used car, and try to get a loan for it. It’s a good idea to figure out what your budget allows in terms of a dollar amount first. This means obtaining financing prior to looking for a car.
  • Get a secured credit card. Secured credit cards allow for the cardholder to deposit a said amount of money into an account, thus establishing the spending limit of the card. Missed payments result in deductions from the account. Some of these cards will reward responsible borrowers by upping the limit without an additional deposit. Some will even convert the account into a traditional credit card. (Be wary of offers of “easy credit” or any card which asks you to call a 900 number. You will be charged for the call.)
  • Meet with a credit repair specialist. Not only can they help you clean up the damage to your credit report, they can advise you on specific ways to rebuild the credit you lost as well.

While it does take time, there is definitely life (and credit) after bankruptcy. Some mortgage lenders will even lend to you within a year or so after a bankruptcy. If you’re in serious financial trouble, the trick is to get the help and advice you need from professionals you trust.

To contact Jim Marcinkowski:
Office: 239-936-4232
Cell: 239-826-6400
Fax: 239-985-4486
Email: jimmarcinkowski@inlanta.com
www.teaminlanta.com