First Community Mortgage
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About First Community Mortgage
Since 2002, First Community Mortgage has been helping people purchase and refinance homes. To us, a mortgage is more than a financial transaction. It’s personal. We understand the value that an experienced human being brings to the mortgage process. Our...
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Since 2002, First Community Mortgage has been helping people purchase and refinance homes. To us, a mortgage is more than a financial transaction. It’s personal. We understand the value that an experienced human being brings to the mortgage process. Our loan originators live in the communities they serve, so you can always talk to someone you know. Our deep support staff and technology help us turn loans much faster than our competitors, all while maintaining careful attention to detail to eliminate surprises. We are not part of a big, full-service bank, we can concentrate on meeting the specific needs of mortgage customers and real estate agents and builders. Based in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, First Community Mortgage also has production and retail offices throughout the eastern U.S. In addition to retail lending, our Correspondent Division purchases closed loans from other banks, credit unions, and independent mortgage bankers. Our Wholesale Division provides underwriting and closing services to small banks, credit unions, and mortgage brokers.
First Community Mortgage Facts
Ranked #1 Overall Production Lender in the Nashville Market, Q1 2017 Metrostudy
Ranked #1 New Construction Lender in the Nashville Market 2012-2016 Metrostudy
Ranked the #6 mortgage lender in Nashville MSA by the Nashville Business Journal Book of Lists 2014
Top 100 Mortgage Company in America, Mortgage Executive Magazine, 2012 – 2016
Voted “Favorite Mortgage Lender,” Rutherford County Ruthies Awards, 2015
Received BBB Middle Tennessee Torch Award for Ethical Commerce, 2013
Assisted low- to moderate-income families achieve homeownership by arranging $1.4 million in Welcome Home Grants.