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Silverton Mortgage Drops Lender Fees on VA Loan Products

Phil Hall
Feb 20, 2020
Silverton Mortgage has announced it has eliminated its lender fees for eligible individuals on new applications for home financing using the Atlanta-based company’s VA loan programs

Silverton Mortgage has announced it has eliminated its lender fees for eligible individuals on new applications for home financing using the Atlanta-based company’s VA loan programs.
 
“By eliminating lender fees, Silverton Mortgage is aiming to make a good deal even better for those in the armed forces with an additional savings of up to $1,295 on new applications,” the company said in a press statement. “Considering the amount of fees associated with the homeownership process, this is a significant cost that we’re happy alleviate for qualified veterans.”
 
The company added that by eliminating lender fees, qualified borrowers would enjoy “an additional savings of up to $1,295 on new applications.”

 
Published
Feb 20, 2020
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