The Saylor Team

at Mid America Mortgage, Inc.

A Trusted Lender Since 1940.

The Saylor Team

 

 

VA Financing

Proudly Serving Veterans And Their Families

 

The Saylor Team

 

Rental Properties

Financing Solutions For 1-4 Unit Investment Properties

 

The Saylor Team

 

First Time Buyers

Offering Low And Zero Down Programs

 

Getting you the best available mortgage for your situation.

Jamie Saylor

Jamie Saylor

Mortgage Loan Officer
NMLS #: 1610887

E:Jamie.Saylor@MidAmericaMortgage.com
Office: 214-417-7511
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Types of Transactions We Handle:

  • Residential Purchase Financing
  • Rate and Term Refinancing
  • Cash-Out Refinancing (Most States)
  • Investment Property Loans
  • Condo & Townhouse Financing

Products We Offer:

  • Conforming Fixed Rate Mortgages
  • Conforming LIBOR ARMs (3/1, 5/1, 7/1)
  • FHA and VA Loans
  • FHA Low Fico, 203K Loans, & ARMs
  • VA Interest Rate Reduction Refinance (IRRRL)
  • Jumbo Loans
  • USDA Mortgages

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