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The Homan Group Exp Realty in Hernando County, FL, has chosen CPF Mortgage as their preferred lender.  This partnership was […]
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If you are unfamiliar with USDA loans, you might be wondering what the US Department of Agriculture has to do […]
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There are many reasons a homeowner may look into refinancing their home. Maybe your financial situation has changed or maybe […]
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So you’ve signed the lease on your dream home, secured your mortgage, and are ready to move. So what now? […]
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There are many online mortgage calculators available to help you determine what an estimated monthly payment would be on a […]
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If you have ever played Monopoly, you know how competitive and heated that game board can get; arguments can steam […]
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One of the most frequently asked VA loan questions is: can I have 2 VA loans at the same time? […]
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Every September, we celebrate National Mortgage Professionals Month, when we can show appreciation to the unsung heroes who help families […]
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Buying a home can be stressful and intimidating, especially in these uncertain times. Whether you are a first-time homebuyer or […]
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In these uncertain times, a fluctuating market and increasing mortgage rates can make buying a house seem overwhelming, if not […]
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Christopher Paul Financial, LLC dba CPF Mortgage is a Florida mortgage lender NMLS 222883, Florida state license MLD929, Colorado registered mortgage company NMLS 222883, licensed Tennessee mortgage lender NMLS 222883, and Georgia Residential Mortgage Licensee NMLS 222883. The main office is located at 10710 State Road 54, Ste. C101, Trinity, FL 34655. All loan approvals are credit driven, and all decisions are based on underwriting credit approvals. All rates, terms, and programs are subject to change without notice. Borrowers should consider their options carefully when choosing a loan program.