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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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Recent Articles

Oct
14
2014
Home Renovation Loans: Fannie Mae HomeStyle and FHA 2013k
If you own a home or are planning on owning a home in the near future, there’s a chance that you might want to perform some home renovations. Or you could be planning on purchasing a "fixer-upper." Luckily, there are specific loans for these exact purposes called...
Oct
09
2014
Buying a Condominium and HOAs
If you’ve never before purchased a home, you may be thinking about buying a condo. Condos are great because they allow first time home buyers to enter the housing market with relative ease. However, there are some unique circumstances that come along with buying a condo:...
Oct
03
2014
Watch Out for Refinance Obstacles!
Refinancing your mortgage is usually easier than getting a new mortgage, assuming you're able to refi in the first place. However, refinancing can still be difficult if you don’t handle common problems in the correct way. Here are five refinance obstacles to watch out for...
Sep
25
2014
Calculating Debt to Income Ratio
Your debt-to-income ratio or  DTI is the resulting percentage of dividing your monthly liabilities by your monthly income. Lenders use this number to qualify you for a specific mortgage loan amount. Most mortgages now have a maximum back-end DTI ratio of 43% as a result of the new...

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