Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question? Take a look at some of our FAQs to see if there's an answer. You can also give us a call at 1-800-391-4306!

How is JFQ Lending Different?

  • Thorough pre-qualification process before you put an offer on your home to ensure no hiccups once your offer is accepted.
  • Closing times in 30 days or less.
  • Experienced mortgage professionals to answer your every question and keep you in the know.
  • Step-by-step updates as your loan moves through our process.
  • Priority processing to make sure your loan closes on time.
  • Once your loan closes, we will continue to monitor your loan to make sure you are always in the best loan possible. If interest rates drop, we will call you!

What Loan Types Does JFQ Lending Offer?

We offer a number of top loan programs, including:

  • Conventional Loans
  • FHA Loans
  • VA Loans
  • Jumbo Loans

Is My Credit Score Too Low?

If you are worried your credit score may be too low to qualify, please reach out to us directly! We offer loan programs that you may qualify for, regardless of your credit score. Our experienced mortgage professionals are standing by and will gladly assist. You can reach us by:

Can JFQ Lending Match or Beat Quotes?

This is an area of specialty for our experts, so we're focused on getting you what you are looking for. Upon qualification, we will match or beat any deal you can provide to us in writing*. 

*This is not a commitment to lend. Programs, rates, terms, and conditions are subject to change without notice. Equal Housing Lender. Rate Match Guarantee available for new purchases and refinanced first mortgage loans. Certain product restrictions may apply. Provide your JFQ Lending, Inc. Mortgage Loan Originator with a copy of the Loan Estimate from the competing lender. Competing Loan Estimate must be locked and dated the same day it is presented. This offer is subject to credit approval and may change or terminate without notice.

How Can I Learn More About the Mortgage Process?

Most general questions can be answered through the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau toolkit. This toolkit was created to give consumers an easy place to learn and understand the mortgage process. 

 

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