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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 Common Mortgage Misconceptions  

Buying a home is a fantastic experience though choosing the right mortgage can sometimes be a little tricky. To help you navigate your mortgage more effectively, it is important first to dispel some common misconceptions that can be associated with mortgages. 

Best Practices For Getting a Mortgage When You Aren't a U.S. Citizen  

Non-citizens can get a mortgage in the U.S. just like a citizen, but they may find it a little more challenging. This is due to their inability to produce documentation that is necessary for a mortgage to be granted. You are a non-citizen if you fall in any of the following categories: 

Should You Sell Your House Before You Buy A New Property? 3 Handy Guidelines

Many people in the market for a new home want to know, should they sell their current home before buying another. The answer depends, of course, on how much uncertainty you can tolerate. If you are fairly certain that your current home will sell quickly, and you can afford to avail yourself of other accommodations, if necessary, then selling before buying may be a good idea. There are a few different options you should consider before moving forward.