Magnolia Branch

Mid America Mortgage, Inc.

A Trusted Lender Since 1940.

Magnolia Branch

VA Financing

Proudly Serving Veterans And Their Families

Magnolia Branch

Rental Properties

Financing Solutions For 1-4 Unit Investment Properties

Magnolia Branch

First Time Buyers

Offering Low And Zero Down Programs

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Mid America Magnolia

Address: 6018 FM 1488, Magnolia, TX  77354

Branch NMLS 312829

Local Phone: (936) 273-8255

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Types of Transactions We Handle:

  • Residential Purchase Financing
  • Rate and Term Refinancing
  • Cash-Out Refinancing (Most States)
  • Investment Property Loans
  • Condo & Townhouse Financing

Products We Offer:

  • Conforming Fixed Rate Mortgages
  • Conforming LIBOR ARMs (3/1, 5/1, 7/1)
  • FHA and VA Loans
  • FHA Low Fico, 203K Loans, & ARMs
  • VA Interest Rate Reduction Refinance (IRRRL)
  • DU Refi Plus
  • Jumbo Loans
  • USDA Mortgages

 

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