Have You Met Mr. Cooper in Independence, OR?
We're a home loan company in Oregon that values people over paperwork. But you might not have always known us by the name, "Mr. Cooper." We officially became "Mr. Cooper" in late 2017. You may have previously known us as Nationstar Mortgage in Oregon. This move went beyond a basic name change. We adjusted our business for the better. First, we ended all online transaction fees. We even revamped the customer experience and increased our services so you get quality support whether you are shopping, buying, or just enjoying the home you have. We are here to serve you, both then and now.
Mr. Cooper Mortgages in Independence, OR
Looking to become a homeowner? It's the perfect time to do so. As one of the nation's largest home loan servicers, Mr. Cooper is ready to support you throughout your journey to home ownership. Mr. Cooper in Independence can be your home loan ally, whether you're looking for a conventional home loan, a Federal Housing Administration loan (FHA), or a VA loan. Mr. Cooper in Independence can help you do so much — even learn more about your credit score and finances in general.
We know that getting a mortgage can be complicated, and even more so when you're a first-time home buyer in Independence, OR. Mr. Cooper can explain how everything applies to your situation. Just give us a call. Until then, here's what you need to know to get started.
Conventional loans are a popular choice for Independence home buyers and are actually one of the most common mortgage options. These loans are not federally insured. Private lenders like Mr. Cooper back conventional loans, where the government backs other home loan types. Some benefits of a conventional loan may include favorable interest terms and various term lengths.
Depending on your situation, you may want to consider another type of home loan that's available to many Independence home buyers. It's called FHA. FHA loans, or Federal Housing Administration loans, are backed by the government. When compared to a conventional loan, an FHA loan generally has less restrictive credit requirements and often allows for a lesser down payment. Ask Mr. Cooper about FHA loan requirements in Independence today.
Only service members, veterans, and their spouses can receive a VA home loan. If you're trying to buy a house in Independence and you're a veteran, surviving spouse, or an active-duty service member, you could qualify for a VA loan. At Mr. Cooper, it's our honor to help our nation's veterans, active-duty service members, and their families realize their dreams of home ownership. Since this loan option is so unique, we invite you to call Mr. Cooper to learn more about qualifying for a VA loan in Independence. Get Started
Refinance Your Home Loan in Independence with Mr. Cooper
Besides new home loans, Mr. Cooper also provides mortgage refinancing in Independence. Refinancing your home loan simply means paying off your current home loan and replacing it with a new one that better suits your financial needs. The new loan may have a shorter loan term, a better interest rate, or both. Most of the time, the purpose of refinancing is to get a lower interest rate and reduce your monthly payment (so you can spend more money on making memories and building a life in your Independence home!).
Similar to how there are different options for new home loans, there are also different options for refinancing. One option is to refinance to get a better interest or loan term. Another option is cash-out refinancing.† This option lets homeowners leverage the equity they've built in their house as cash to pay for things like college tuition or home improvements. Cash-out refinancing can also be a method for debt consolidation, since you can also use equity from your home to tap into cash and pay down medical bills, car loans, or credit card debt.^ The right refinance option is a phone call away. Contact Mr. Cooper in Independence to learn more about refinancing today.
Buying a House in Independence with Mr. Cooper
Buying a house in Independence, OR? Then you'll probably want to get prequalified for a home loan — along with some professional guidance for how to buy a house in Independence. Oregon's real estate market ebbs and flows. Despite the constant change, Mr. Cooper mortgage professionals always have the most up-to-date insights. Your Mr. Cooper mortgage professional can help smooth out the home-buying process in a couple of ways: First off, we can help you calculate how much house you can afford to buy. Then, we can walk you through getting prequalified to buy a home in Independence. Lastly, Mr. Cooper can help you secure a home loan that meets your financial needs and advances your dream of being a homeowner. Consider Mr. Cooper your ally, from open house to closing day. [content-title-10] Turn to Mr. Cooper Customer Service in Independence, OR
Need Help? Contact Mr. Cooper Customer Service in Independence, OR
We're here to walk alongside you in your homeownership journey and remain dedicated to serving you. So feel free to reach out to Mr. Cooper customer service in whatever way is most convenient for you. Call, sign in to our secure online message center, send an email, or message us through a social media channel like Facebook. You can even send us a letter. Contacting Mr. Cooper is a breeze, whether you need to notify us that you've been awarded property through a divorce, make a payment, learn about refinancing, or ask a quick question.
- † A cash‐out refinance increases your mortgage debt and reduces the equity you may have in your home. Your monthly mortgage payments may be higher.
- ^ A debt consolidation refinance increases your mortgage debt, reduces equity, and extends the term on shorter‐term debt and secures such debts with your home. The relative benefits you receive from debt consolidation will vary depending on your individual circumstances. You should consider that a debt consolidation loan may increase the total number of monthly payments and the total amount paid over the term of the loan. To enjoy the benefits of a debt consolidation loan, you should not carry new credit card or high interest rate debt.