Cash Back Options

Cash Back Options

Looking to purchase a home, saved for the down-payment and closing costs, but don’t have any extra money for new furniture or appliances? We can help!

We have access to various mortgage solutions that will give you as much as 5% cash back of the mortgage amount! There are certain restrictions, and the mortgage rate is often priced at the prevailing posted mortgage rate versus a discounted mortgage rate. Nevertheless, it is great to have the option, and that is precisely what we are able to provide you. Speak to your Premiere Mortgage agent to help customize and tailor a cash back mortgage to help you with the costs of buying a home. The best part is that our service is free. You do not pay us, the lender does!

We welcome you to explore and visit our product and service offerings that fit your unique needs.

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Buying a home is one of the biggest investments of your life. When financing a purchase you need an advisor that you can trust. We can help you secure the house where you will build your future. First, contact us to be pre-approved, and to discuss traditional and alternative financing options.

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