Cornerstone First Financial:
Home Loans, Mortgage Services and More!
Cornerstone First Financial serves Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, California, and Pennsylvania for home loan, refinance and debt consolidation. We are the first answer for families and individuals seeking to make their lives better through home ownership and mortgage refinance. We provide a wide array of loan products and services, including first-time home buyer programs, veteran home mortgage loans, mortgage refinance and reverse mortgage loans. We offer the most competitive interest rates and programs.
Cornerstone First Financial featured on NBC. Learn more about how the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) can offer support in the home buying and refinance process.
Our Loan, Mortgage, and Lending Services Include:
Cornerstone First Financial has first-time homebuyer loan program options that offer financial assistance.
On these common loans, the Federal Housing Administration provides mortgage insurance to protect lenders, making loans more available to potential homeowners.
For homeowners age 62+, a reverse mortgage allows you to access the equity in your home in the form of either income or a line of credit.
The Federal Housing Administration FHA offers special streamline refinancing programs:
Lower your payments, change your terms, or access equity by replacing your current mortgage.
Use the equity in your home to pay off debt at a much lower interest rate as part of a new (refinanced) mortgage.
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News & Updates from Mark Livingstone
Mortgage rates have hit 5% for the first time in a decade and that’s likely going to be the new floor moving forward — so what does that mean to you if you’re purchasing a new home or if you’re to refinance your home mortgage loan?
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Interview with Mark Livingstone about the rate increases this year and imminent future increases by the Fed to stabilize the highest inflation in 40 years. What do these increases mean to potential buyers now and in the future?