New Lending Partnership for National Builder

first_img in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing, Technology Share “”KB Home,””:http://www.kbhome.com/ a national homebuilder, is partnering with “”Nationstar Mortgage””:https://www.nationstarmtg.com/ to offer financing on its homes. [IMAGE]KB Home announced Monday that Nationstar will be its preferred mortgage lender. “”The agreement with Nationstar is intended to offer KB Home customers a seamless home buying experience, from purchase and mortgage application to picking up the keys to their new home,”” stated a recent release from KB Home. [COLUMN_BREAK]When KB Home writes a contract for a new home, they’ll include information about Nationstar’s financing options, according to a spokesperson from KB Home. “”Of course, they’re free to choose still,”” she added. KB Home chose to work with Nationstar because it has a broad national presence and will be accessible to KB Homes’ buyers nationwide, according to the spokesperson. Additionally, KB Home appreciates that Nationstar is “”experienced in providing mortgages as well as servicing them,”” and the company offers a wide array of lending options, including FHA, VA, USDA, and conforming and nonconforming loans. “”We look forward to working with Nationstar and its group of professionals who are dedicated to providing exceptional customer service to our homebuyers,”” said Jeffrey Mezger, president and CEO of KB Home in the company’s announcement.””Nationstar is a national lender that is capable of serving KB Home’s homebuyers as we continue to help them fulfill the American dream of homeownership,”” Mezger said. As a national home builder established in 1957, KB Home has built more than half a million homes. March 13, 2012 413 Views center_img Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Company News Investors Lenders & Servicers Processing Service Providers 2012-03-13 Abby Gregory New Lending Partnership for National Builderlast_img

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