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KKOB on February 14

Tuesday Feb 14, 2017
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Today on KKOB, Ben Lucero of Indigo Mortgage discusses why borrowers should be wary of national lenders that promise conventient online loans, and why it's more efficient to work with a local lender.

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KKOB on February 14

Indigo Mortgage is a locally owned and operated company, serving homebuyers in Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Santa Fe and all across New Mexico. For questions about selecting a mortgage lender, contact Indigo Mortgage in Albuquerque at (505) 836-5700. Indigo Mortgage offers five mortgage divisions including Residential, VA Loans, Reverse Mortgages, Construction and Commercial. They are licensed by the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS #188348), and can provide loans anywhere in New Mexico.

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