WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Houlihan Lawrence, a leading real estate firm serving Westchester County, announced a partnership with Thoroughbred Mortgage that makes the home-buying experience more seamless than ever.
With a Thoroughbred loan officer assigned to each of Houlihan Lawrence’s 26 offices, home buyers will have a one-stop shopping experience that comes with access competitively priced fixed and adjustable rate products and up to 25 percent savings on title services and closing costs.
Thoroughbred’s sales, operations and management personnel work hand-in-hand with Houlihan Lawrence agents, tailoring programs to meet the needs of their clients, whether they’re a novice buyer or seasoned property owner, and ensuring high-caliber of service from pre-qualification through closing.
“At Houlihan Lawrence, we are always looking for opportunities to make the buying process even easier for our clients and our affiliation with Thoroughbred Mortgage is designed to do just that,” said Stephen Meyers, chief executive officer of Houlihan Lawrence. “We understand that applying for a mortgage can be a stressful process, especially for a first-time buyer, but with Thoroughbred’s highly-experienced professionals on board to provide guidance and support through the entire process, our agents can rest assured their clients are in excellent hands.”
“We are excited about the opportunity of working with Houlihan Lawrence’s clients and agents, and making their real estate transactions as effortless as possible,” said Dan Duggan, president of Thoroughbred Mortgage. “We recognize that in recent years, the mortgage process has become increasingly challenging and our team is committed to providing strategic and timely guidance and assistance every step of the way.”
In addition to working closely with clients of Houlihan Lawrence, Thoroughbred Mortgage will extend its services to homebuyers throughout New York and Connecticut providing assistance in determining the best option in meeting a buyer’s mortgage financing needs.
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