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With more than 21 years in the industry, we’re a leading fintech mortgage lender saving current and potential homeowners money and time through transparent rates, zero junk lender fees*, and technology that automates over five million tasks each month. We’ve served over 100,000 borrowers, boast a 98% customer satisfaction rating and 4.9 stars on thousands of online reviews, and provide a “mortgages without migraines” experience. (*Note: Wyndham does not charge junk fees, application fees, processing fees, or underwriting fees. There can be fees charged directly by Third Parties for services such as, but not limited to, title, settlement, appraisal, taxes, and insurance.)
In a challenging market, you need as many advantages as you can get to buy a new home, so we’re working hard to develop opportunities that may set you apart from the competition. That said, we’re simplifying the home buying process by partnering with Ribbon and its all-cash home financing programs. With two product options,
Wyndham Capital and Orchard share a primary focus: making the whole transaction—from getting a mortgage to the real estate process—as fair, fast, and easy as possible. Orchard helps you buy your first home or buy your next one before you sell (and you get to skip the showings!). They may even turn you into a
Whether it’s ongoing maintenance, lawn care, utilities, and/or taxes, owning a home comes with a lot of expenses. If you’re looking for a place to cut some costs, your homeowner’s insurance policy could be a good place to start. The average homeowner’s insurance premium in the U.S. is $1,272 a year, according to the most
Mortgage rates keep fluctuating and if you’re looking to buy or sell a home, or refinance, understanding interest rates has never been more relevant (FYI: Mortgage rates for 30-year fixed loans rose above 5% in April for the first time in 10 years). How do rates impact the average consumer? Let’s break it down. What’s