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Al Norman, Branch Manager
Al Norman is the Branch Manager of Primary Residential Mortgage. Located in Florida, this branch office has a commitment to personal service. For Al and his team, that means that the focus is on each client and their individual goals. Along with lining up a great rate, he and his team are known for choosing the right loan program based on the client’s long and/or short-term goals. His focus is on getting all clients the right loan and the right terms to fit their situation.
Primary Residential Mortgage has the ability to lend in Florida, with loan programs covering not only conventional loans through Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, but also FHA, VA, Reverse Mortgages, USDA and much more.
“My entire experience with Al was phenomenal! He is hardworking, reliable, honest, kind and the list goes positively on. No matter the situation brought to the table, he had an achievable solution. As a result of his efforts, me and my husband have found a beautiful forever home!”
– 30 year fixed, FHA, First-time home buyer
“Al Norman is very professional, his expertise in mortgage closings is awesome. Al guides you through each and every step of the process and keeps you informed on all aspects and stages of your loan. We did a VA closing in approximately 30 days and that is a feat in itself.”
– 30 year fixed, VA Loan
“Al worked tirelessly at all hours to help me through the pre-qualification process. Once under contract Al moved swiftly to get us to a on-time closing on a great mortgage. Al’s loan processor, Rachel, was phenomenal! She provided step by step instructions and support throughout the entire process. ”
– Home Purchase
Where and How Can I Get a Loan?
Mortgage loans are available through banks, credit unions, private mortgage companies, and government state lenders.
I can help connect you with lenders. You can also shop for lenders on your own, making sure you take some time to search around and compare rates.
What if I Have Bad Credit or No Down Payment?
The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) helps home buyers by offering federal insured loans. This means that if the buyer defaults, the lender will still get their money. It encourages lenders to work with buyers regardless of their credit or available down payment. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) also offers assistance programs to home buyers.