HomePlus Mortgage Ranked First Among LendingTree Customers

first_img Share Closing Costs HomePlus Mortgage LendingTree Mortgage Rates 2015-11-26 Staff Writer in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, News, Origination November 26, 2015 603 Views center_img When it comes to customer service, responsiveness, mortgage rates and closing costs, HomePlus Mortgage ranked first in a poll of loan customers conducted by online lending marketplace LendingTree.LendingTree took it upon itself to analyze customer reviews for the third quarter of 2015, ranking lenders on everything from mortgage rates to fees, closing costs, responsiveness and customer experience.After analyzing the data, HomePlus Mortgage came in first, followed by Pulaski Bank Home Lending (No. 2 on the list) and Triump Lending (No. 3). The entire list is below.LendingTree is the perfect platform for such a study since it provides more than 350 different lenders with information on interested borrowers who are looking for purchase mortgages, as well as refis and home equity mortgage lines.”We are honored to be consecutively ranked as LendingTree’s top customer-rated lender, and thank our clients for entrusting us with their real estate financing needs,” said Phillip Pizzino, founder and CEO of HomePlus Mortgage. “We’ve had the privilege to work with thousands of satisfied clients on LendingTree and contribute our success to our commitment to exceptional personalized service.”So what does HomePlus Mortgage stand for?Based out of San Diego, California, the lender notes on its website that customers engage directly with loan officers, with the firm’s ultimate goal being the highest level of service and competitive mortgage loan offerings.LendingTree’s Full List of Top Ten Lenders Includes:HomePlus MortgagePulaski Bank Home LendingTriumph LendingAmericashDitech Financial, LLCSilver Fin Capital GroupNational Bank Of Kansas CityCommonwealth Mortgage, LLCInsight LoansReliant Bank Mortgage Service HomePlus Mortgage Ranked First Among LendingTree Customerslast_img read more

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