ASK ABOUT OUR RENOVATION LOAN! WE CAN SHOW YOU HOW TO FIX UP YOUR CURRENT HOME OR RENOVATE THAT FIXER UPPER SITTING ON THE MARKET! IT'S SIMPLE, YOU PICK YOUR UPGRADES, GATHER BIDS FROM LICENSED CONTRACTORS, AND WE HANDLE THE REST!
WE CAN SHOW YOU HOW TO ADD THAT SWIMMING POOL, UPDATE YOUR KITCHEN, BATHROOMS, FLOORING, AND BUILD THAT GUEST HOUSE ALL IN ONE FIXED MORTGAGE PAYMENT!!!!
DID YOU KNOW THAT YOU CAN TRANSFER YOUR CONVENTIONAL APPRAISAL? WE HAVE SEVERAL LENDERS THAT ACCEPT YOUR CONVENTIONAL APPRAISAL ALLOWING YOU TO SHOP AFTER YOU GO UNDER CONTRACT.
Compass Mortgage Planners was founded to ensure that ALL homeowners have access to the LOWEST possible Rate/APR with no junk fees. We are an Arizona owned and operated company. We will beat any quote with a valid Loan Estimate. We always present multiple options to our clients to meet their payment objectives while maximizing their equity position. We are available seven days per week to answer any and all questions.
BROKER vs. BANKER, what's the difference? A Mortgage Bank has a bloated cost structure with many layers of management and back office staff resulting in MUCH higher rates/fees to the consumer. A Mortgage Broker is a local independent mortgage expert that matches homeowners/buyers with the best lender for their particular scenario. We are small business owners with very little overhead and we pass the savings to the consumer. This allows us to offer WHOLESALE pricing, NOT HIGH RETAIL pricing to the buyer.
President / Founder Bert Wunderlich is an Arizona native born and raised in Tempe. He has worked for America's largest mortgage lenders from FDIC, Online Mortgage, and Retail Mortgage Banking. He started this company because a small mortgage brokerage is the best place for the American consumer to get a home loan. Due to his decade of experience in all current mortgage models, Compass Mortgage Planners is positioned to find the best financing terms available for current and future homeowners.
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