Dallas, TX (PressExposure) July 09, 2009 -- National Home Loan Advocates (NHLA) is a consumer advocacy company, not a lender, and works in the best interest of the consumer by providing expert, independent assistance through the mortgage process. NHLA offers a variety of affordable service options to give their customers the confidence to shop, apply, and close a home loan with their best terms.
"The mortgage marketplace is complex, confusing and constantly changing," says David Dickey, NHLA Founder and CEO. "Unfortunately there is no way the average consumer can be sure they are getting their best mortgage terms and borrowers often experience difficulty during the mortgage process ... costing many thousands of dollars unnecessarily."
NHLA ensures their customers know their rights and they receive all the required loan disclosures that make it possible to compare lender offers. Additionally, NHLA pays close attention to all of the fine print and reveals any potential problems in the loan before it is too late. "Our customers close their mortgage loans with less stress and with the peace of mind that they got a home loan that is fair and in their best interest," says Dickey.
National Home Loan Advocates arms the consumer with a Personal Home Loan Advocate to ensure they have someone looking out for their best interest every step of the way during the loan process. The customers PHLA provides personalized assistance, from application through closing, to ensure the consumer is fully educated to obtain their best mortgage terms and avoid lenders or loan terms that are not in their best interest.
National Home Loan Advocates is accredited by the Better Business Bureau and is seeking to restore consumer confidence in the mortgage marketplace by making it safer for consumers to navigate. NHLA is partnering with consumers, real estate professionals, and lenders to enhance transparency, full disclosure, and ensure fair home loan terms are accessible and equally obtained.
Visit [http://www.NationalHomeLoanAdvocates.com] to find free information, resources, and tools to help better understand the mortgage marketplace. Consumers can call NHLA Customer Service at (866)-223-4707 for a free consultation or for other questions and inquiries.