Meet Mr. Cooper in Washington, DC
We're a Washington DC home loan company that puts people first, not piles of paperwork. As our company has changed and advanced over the years, so has our name. We officially became "Mr. Cooper" in late 2017. Before that, you may have known us as Nationstar Mortgage in Washington DC. The switch signified more than a company name change. We overhauled our business to serve you better. How? First off, we eliminated all online transaction fees. We even revamped the customer experience and added more services so you get great support whether you're shopping, buying, or just enjoying the home you have. Then and now, you are our top priority.
Why Choose Mr. Cooper Mortgages in Washington, DC?
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 equipped to guide you through the home ownership process. Mr. Cooper in Washington can be your home loan ally, whether you're searching for a conventional home loan, a Federal Housing Administration loan (FHA), or a VA loan. You can do so much with Mr. Cooper in Washington — including learn more about mortgage rates, credit scores, and budgeting.
We understand that getting a mortgage can seem puzzling, particularly when you're a first-time home buyer in Washington, DC. Mr. Cooper can explain how everything applies to your situation. Just give us a call and through our Mr. Cooper® Agent Assurance program, we'll get you hooked up with a real estate agent you click with. Here's what you need to know in the meantime.
Conventional loans are a popular mortgage option for Washington home buyers. These are loans that are not insured by the federal government. Instead, conventional loans are backed by private lenders like Mr. Cooper. A couple of key benefits of a conventional loan could include favorable interest terms and various term lengths.
As a Washington home buyer, you might be eligible for FHA financing, another type of home loan. 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. Learn more about FHA loan requirements in Washington with Mr. Cooper.
VA home loans aren't available to everyone. You must be an active duty service member, a veteran, or a surviving spouse of a veteran to apply. If you're trying to buy a house in Washington and you're an active-duty service member, a veteran, or a surviving spouse, you may be eligible 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. Due to the uniqueness of this home loan option, we encourage you to call a Mr. Cooper mortgage professional to learn more about VA loans in Washington. Get Started
Mr. Cooper Mortgage Refinancing in Washington, DC
Mr. Cooper offers mortgage refinancing in Washington in addition to new home loans. Refinancing a home loan is simply paying off your existing home loan and replacing it with a new one that's a better fit for your financial situation. The new loan may have a shorter loan term, a better interest rate, or both. Generally speaking, the purpose of refinancing is to secure a lower interest rate and decrease your monthly payment (so you can spend more money on making memories and building a life in your Washington 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. This type of refinancing also allows for debt consolidation, since you can use equity from your home to tap into cash and pay down car loans, credit card debt, or medical bills.^ Whatever your situation, Mr. Cooper in Washington can help you learn more about refinancing and choose the right refinance option.
Buy a House in Washington with Mr. Cooper's Help
Buying a house in Washington, DC? Then you'll probably want to get prequalified for a home loan — along with some professional guidance for how to buy a house in Washington. Washington DC'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, we’ll help you determine how much house you can realistically afford to purchase. Then, we can help you get prequalified to buy a home in Washington. We can also help you get connected with a real estate agent through the Mr. Cooper® Agent Assurance program. Finally, Mr. Cooper can help you secure a home loan that aligns with your financial situation and accelerates your home ownership journey. Think of Mr. Cooper as your ally, from home search to closing on your loan.
Contact Mr. Cooper Customer Service for Help in Washington, DC
As your partner in the homeownership journey, we remain committed to serving you. So feel free to reach out to Mr. Cooper customer service in whatever way is most convenient for you. Send an email, call, sign in to our secure online messaging service, message us on our social media channels, or send us a letter in the mail. Connecting with Mr. Cooper is simple, whether you need to let us know you've received property through a divorce, check out refinancing options, ask a question, or become a successor in interest for a Mr. Cooper loan.
RightMove Resources for Mr. Cooper Clients
Mr. Cooper really is your one-stop shop for the Washington home buying journey. Our Agent Assurance program makes sure you connect with a local agent you trust. StreetSmarts puts the latest home listings in Washington right in your hands so you don't have to worry about missing your dream home. And if you don't close on that dream home on time, our Close On Time Guarantee means your first month's mortgage payment (principal and interest) is on us.* We'll even pay for a local move of up to 50 miles when you use Mr. Cooper for your next home loan.**
- † 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.