Easy, Simple and Trusted Home Financing

We know that this process can feel overwhelming. Whether you’re buying a home for the very first time or doing renovations to build your dream home, we’re here to make it easier for you.

Purchase

Ready to buy a home? Discover the three easy steps to get started.

Refinance

Is now the time for you to refinance? Find out what you’ll need to know.

Renovate

Bought a fixer-upper or ready to give your current home a refresh? We can help.

Meet Our Mortgage Loan Originators

A local licensed Mortgage Loan Originator (MLO) is always available to meet with you, answer your questions and walk you through the process. You can have in-person meetings or use email to sign documents electronically. Find expert guidance that works for you.

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25 Years of Trust

For over 25 years, families have put their trust in the Homebridge team to help them navigate one of the largest purchases they will ever make. While this is the beginning of an exciting new step, we also understand that this experience can sometimes be stressful and often confusing. That's why we make it our mission to ensure your homebuying process is simple, transparent, affordable and easy.

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What a difference a month makes. In May, stocks fell sharply, and interest rates declined each week. June has been a different story. The Fed has signaled rate cuts are likely coming. Stocks have been rallying higher, and the decline in interest rates has stalled. The Fed can't control home…

In a move guaranteed to increase Homebridge Financial Services, Inc.’s robust mortgage lending services, Homebridge has acquired the assets of a majority of HomeStreet Bank’s stand-alone home loan centers. HomeStreet Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of HomeStreet, Inc. (Nasdaq: HMST). The acquisition expands Homebridge’s already mammoth national footprint into…

"Sell in May and go away" — an old Wall Street investment strategy which suggests not owning stocks during the Summer months. That investment strategy certainly worked this past May as stocks declined each week in response to escalating US/China tensions, weakening global economic reports, and increased fears of a…