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Midwest Lending Corporation is an independently owned residential mortgage broker focusing on the needs of our customers and our communities. At Midwest Lending Corporation, we pride ourselves on our ability to match all our clients with the best loan program for their needs. Whether you are buying your first home or refinancing your dream home, Midwest Lending Corporation is the lender you have been searching for. Our loan officers have over 20 years of combined mortgage experience and look forward to talking with you.

 

 

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Mar
24
2015
What You Need To Know About Escrow
When you purchase or refinance your home, you will receive a GFE (good faith estimate) from your lawyer approximately when you will go into escrow.  This GFE will describe in detail the information for your escrow account; this is commonly referred to as insurance impounds and...
Mar
16
2015
Homeownership Tax Benefits
One of the biggest benefits of homeownership is that you get tax benefits.  Here are the three most significant tax benefits associated with homeownership: Mortgage Interest When you purchase a home and take out a mortgage, you will get a tax break on the interest of that...
Feb
04
2015
What Is the Process of a Short Sale?
When the economy collapsed a few years ago, many people in the United States could no longer afford mortgage payments and had to undergo a short sale. Even though this was a hard an unfortunate process, it still allowed these homeowners to avoid worse alternatives such as foreclosure. If...
Jan
21
2015
FHA 203k Versus Fannie Mae HomeStyle Renovation Loans
If you want to take out a renovation loan, you can decide between the Fannie Mae HomeStyle loan or the FHA 203k rehab loan. Both of these loans are one-time construction loans and have several differences. Here are the key differences between an FHA 203k loan and a Fannie Mae HomeStyle...

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