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If you are considering taking out a mortgage to purchase your new home or refinance an existing home loan with Amerisave Mortgage, it’s well worth your time to check the lender out before signing on the dotted line. One way of checking out a mortgage lender before taking out a loan is to look at customer complaints. Here is RefiAdvisor’s review of Amerisave Mortgage to help you make an informed decision before taking out your next home loan.
Amerisave Direct Lender. Over Six Billion Funded.
Claiming to make shopping for mortgages easy and straight forward, should you choose Amerisave for your mortgage refi?
Visit Amerisave’s website and you’re greeted with this claim of six billion dollars in loans funded. They claim to have closed over 10,000 loans in all fifty states and offer an “on time closing guarantee” that will pay you $1,000 should they fail to fund your loan in time. They also offer a “$500 low rate guarantee.” Of course these “guarantees” come with lots of fine print so you should carefully review the conditions before basing your decision on Amerisave’s “guarantees.”
Mortgage One Capital City Plaza 3350 Peachtree Rd Suite 1000 Atlanta GA, 30326
Amerisave Mortgage operates their business as a Mortgage Broker Bank, similar to Ditech.com and eLoan. This means they close their home loans in their company name and fund the loans themselves, making Amerisave exempt from the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA). Because Amerisave is exempt from RESPA disclosure legislation you’ll never know how much money they’re making off you by marking up your mortgage rate. Amerisave mortgage actively purchases mortgage leads from the likes of LendingTree.com and LowerMyBills.com, two internet lead generation sites with less than sparkling reputations. If you’re a regular reader of this blog you know that Lending Tree’s computerized loan origination fee is passed on to the consumer, as much as $1200 at closing.
Amerisave Mortgage Complaints
According to the Better Business Bureau, Amerisave mortgage had 145 complaints filed during the past 36 months and only 57 of them were resolved in twelve months. Searching Google for Amerisave mortgage complaints reveals 684 listings, which could be worth your time in reading.
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