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Midland Mortgage, a pioneer in the residential mortgage industry, has helped thousands of home buyers make home ownership possible, for over 30 years. Employing a skilled staff of knowledgeable loan officers, Midland Mortgage can help you find the perfect loan for your needs. Our loan officers possess a wide variety of lending specialties and each relies on years of experience to help you purchase your home as quickly and simply as possible.

At Midland Mortgage, we are strongly committed to providing our clients with prompt, personal service. We proudly offer our clients an incomparable variety of loan programs with the most competitive rates available. If you’re buying, building, refinancing, renovating, or are a first time homebuyer – Midland Mortgage can make it possible for you! Best of all, it’s easy to get started today! Learn more about all of our mortgage loan programs or simply begin filling out an online mortgage application.

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3 Things to Consider Before You Start Looking for a New Home

The decision to begin looking for a new home is an exciting one, but it can also be full of demands, deadlines and decisions. That is especially true if you decide to build a new home rather than buy a completed model or a previously-owned home. Knowing how to prioritize your needs and the best ways to simplify the process can make the difference between a smooth journey and a path full of bumps and pitfalls.  

The Ins and Outs of Low Down Payment Mortgage Loans

When you decide to purchase a home, one of your first tasks is obtaining a mortgage loan. You also need to consider how much of a down payment you want to make. While some types of loans require you to put down a certain percentage of the sale price, others enable you to buy a home with a low down payment. We explore some of the pros and cons of the latter option below. 

4 Things to Consider Before You Start Looking for a New