Getting a loan for a home has never been easier than working with Mike Frank - Statewide Mortgage Banker. Mike Frank (NMLS:234644) is a mortgage lender helping Louisville, KY, residents purchase their dream home. With over eight years of mortgage lending experience, he has helped countless clients navigate the home lending process with ease. Contact Mike today to get started!
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Integrity in Lending
Mike makes homeownership simple. It's best to first determine what is your home purchasing budget. Get pre-approved for your home loan with Mike before you go shopping. When you give him a call, he will be your trusted loan originator who is obsessed with your success. Whether you’re looking to purchase a new home, refinance your current one, or renovate a house, Mike is your lending resource.
Our Mortgage Lender Helps You:
- Purchase a Home
- Refinance your home
About Mike Frank (NMLS:234644)
As a licensed Statewide Mortgage loan originator in Louisville, Mike Frank can assist you with your home loan needs, including:
- First-Time Home Buyer Loans & Grants
- FHA and VA Loans
- Conventional Mortgages
- USDA Loans
- Bridge Loans
- Mortgage Refinance
- Renovation and Construction Loans
What Mike's clients are saying:
“We went to several other institutions to get pre-approved and, to be real honest, were surprised by a lack of enthusiasm and support from other loan officers. Mike was immediately helpful in guiding us through the process and translating tricky ideas. He was diligent and supportive throughout the entire process. 100% recommendation. Can't imagine working with anybody else.”
“I can't say enough about how great Mike was throughout the entire lending process when purchasing my home. He is extremely knowledgeable and was in constant communication updating me on where he was on their end and anything additional they needed from me to ensure we were able to close on our desired date. You're doing yourself a disservice if you don't at least reach out to him for any of your lending needs.”