Welcome to Cornerstone First Financial
Cornerstone First Financial serves Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia, and Florida for home refinance, home equity loans, purchase loans, 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 and second home mortgage and refinance, and we offer the most competitive interest rates and programs.
Our Loan, Mortgage, and Lending Services Include:
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs helps active duty, reservist, and veteran members of our military purchase a new primary residence, by guaranteeing a portion.
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.
On these common loans, the Federal Housing Administration provides mortgage insurance to protect lenders, making loans more available to potential homeowners.
Use the equity in your home to pay off debt at a much lower interest rate as part of a new (refinanced) mortgage.
See the full list of loan and mortgage programs offered by Cornerstone First Financial.
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News & Updates from Mark Livingstone
So you want to refinance, but mortgage rates are rising. Don’t worry, you haven’t missed the boat on your refi opportunity. Mortgage rates are still historically low, and they aren’t expected to exceed 5% in 2017, according to many economists and mortgage analysts. Here are eight tips to help you successfully refinance your mortgage as…
The combination of increased longevity and declines in the coverage of defined benefit pension plans means that retired homeowners increasingly risk running out of money because they live too long. Those who have significant equity in a home, however, can reduce or eliminate the risk if they use their equity wisely. This article will compare…
A mortgage rate lock helps protect home buyers from fluctuating mortgage rates as they’re getting ready to buy a home. It locks in the interest rate for a loan for a certain period of time until the buyer makes it to closing. By locking in a rate, buyers will know what to expect and won’t…