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E Mortgage Capital is a premier mortgage company established November 2005. We specialize in smart financing solutions which accommodate every spectrum.

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Joseph Shalaby June 17 - E Mortgage Capital

Closing costs are typically between 3% - 6% of the total value of your home and vary depending on property type, loan type, and where your new home is located. Want to learn more? Call us today! (855) 569-3700

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Joseph Shalaby June 16 - E Mortgage Capital

Count on us to be there with you and to help you navigate the entire mortgage process. We'll help you cut through the red tape and avoid the common mistakes people make. Call us today to learn more! 855-569-3700


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Joseph Shalaby June 15 - E Mortgage Capital

The most common reasons our clients get a cash-out refinance:
1) A big home renovation,
2) Pay off debt,
3) Purchase a second home,
4) Start a business.
Whatever your reason, give us a call. We’ll do the math to see what funds are available to make your plan a reality!

Call us today! (855) 569-3700


#mortgage #realestate #realtor #mortgagebroker #home #realestateagent #newhome #househunting #firsttimehomebuyer #loanofficer #loans #mortgagelender #homeloans #dreamhome

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