About Brian Reeg
Homebridge Financial Services Mortgage Loan Originator in Concord, California
Brian Reeg has been a member of the housing and mortgage industry since 1992 and he has excelled throughout his career as a top-producing Originator.
His favorite part about being a Mortgage Loan Originator is helping a client with their first mortgage. He enjoys supporting clients as they make one of the biggest decisions of their lives. He does this by providing knowledge, information and peace-of-mind throughout the loan process. His dedication to his clients’ satisfaction is backed by his outstanding ratings on Yelp and Redfin, and his countless client testimonials.
Brian has lived most of his life in Northern California, specifically Salinas and Concord. He knows the area from Sacramento to San Francisco, as a native, and he loves where he lives. Brian says that the best part about living in Concord is the centralized proximity to everything. He can go from the city in San Francisco to Lake Tahoe in the mountains within hours. There are great coastal cities that are just a short drive away, and of course plenty of wine tasting opportunities in the nearby Napa vineyards.
Brian also has a strong group of friends and business partners in the Bay Area. Most of the members of his team have 15 years of mortgage and real estate industry experience. Their experience combined with their knowledge and focus on customer service are some of the attributes that have made them so successful.
Through his dedication, Brian has been named one of the Top 200 Mortgage Originators in the nation by Mortgage Executive Magazine.
Contact Brian Reeg Anytime
Feel free to contact Brian anytime by phone or email for personalized service and expert advice. Brian Reeg will extend the same professional service to your friends, family members, work colleagues or neighbors who need help.
Brian Reeg is 203(k) Renovation Lending Certified
Brian is certified in 203(k) Renovation Lending, a program particularly well suited for buyers of fixer-uppers and REOs in need of repair. Homebuyers can finance both the purchase and future repairs on their new home with one loan.
The Renovation Loan offers some great features. The amount of money you are permitted to borrow for the purchase and renovations is based on the increased value of your home after improvements are made1. Also, because renovation costs are spread throughout the entire term of the loan, monthly payments are often lower than other financing options. With the loan, there is also no need to delay improvements. You can start in immediately after closing. Another great feature is the loan's simplicity - one application, one set of fees and closing costs, one closing to attend and one payment each month. The interest on the cost of your improvements, included in your mortgage, may be tax deductible2 as well.
Brian Reeg values your business and will provide you with the best professional service and mortgage solutions that make most sense for you and your unique financial situation and real estate goals.
Please contact Brian by phone, email or filling out the pre-approval form on the right to get more information about our Renovation Loan, or any other mortgage financing solution. I look forward to working with you!
For HomeStyle® purchase transactions the maximum loan amount is based on the lesser of the sales price + renovation costs or 100% of the as-completed value, times the maximum loan-to-value allowable. For refinance transactions the maximum loan amount is based on the lesser of 1) 100% of the as-completed value times the maximum loan-to-value or 2) the balance on the existing loan plus the renovation cost plus the settlement costs. The maximum repair amount is limited to 50% of the as-completed value. HomeStyle® is a registered trademark of Fannie Mae.
2Please consult a tax advisor for further information regarding the deductibility of interest and charges.