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Wednesday, 29 June 2016 14:42

KKOB on June 28

With mortgage rates at the lowest they've been in 3 years, many people are jumping into the mortgage market.

Lenders, title companies and realtors are becoming overwhelmed with the amplitude of loan applications.

With the market booming, customer service is suffering. Indigo Mortgage has hired 4 new employees in the last year alone to keep up with demand. When applying for a loan, keep in mind the volume of applications coming in to lenders. When applying for a loan, try to return documents needed in a timely fashion and all together.

Be sure to stay local with Indigo Mortgage and rest assured that your lender is on your side.

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Tuesday, 08 December 2015 00:00

KKOB on December 8

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