For our builder partners, we operate like a well-oiled machine as an extension of their production and supply chain, and we treat each client like family . . . because builders deserve a great lender and clients deserve a great mortgage.
We are an extension of the quality of service your company provides and make the building and buying experience better.
Our production team understands the importance of timeliness and prioritizes all new home escrows to ensure they close on time.
Point Equity developed proprietary technology, Patches, to ensure our builder partners receive clear communication and updates when it's needed most.
Every option was explained and what kind of impact would have on short or long run. Everything was transparent - no bundled confusing fees. The process was simple what made home purchase much easier. This is how it should be done.
San Francisco, CA
Super Helpful, Extremely Patient. Made the refinance process so easy and painless. Even arranged for someone to come to my house to sign the paperwork.
Nick is the "Mortgage Whisperer".This man is an expert in his craft. Absolutely amazing. He knows all of the ins and outs of the mortgage world.
Los Angeles, CA
Excellent Organization. Worked with Justin Coupe who was very helpful in securing our home loan. The team was very organized and laid out exactly what we needed to complete the loan process. Additionally, the communication from them and their overall availability when we need to reach them was excellent. They were always there for us and made the process very smooth and clear with no surprises.
Working with Point Equity to refinance my home was on point! I needed a certain amount cash out but I needed reasonable payments. Alex made sure to keep in contact with me and let me know how best to make that happen.
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