The Easy Way to Finance Your Home

The mortgage process can be the scariest part of purchasing or building your new home. Did you know Drees Homes has a subsidiary mortgage company – First Equity Mortgage? First Equity can help eliminate your fears about the home mortgage process and guide you through every step.

Integrated
First Equity is part of the Drees family of homebuilding companies. That means you’ll work with one integrated organization, streamlining your home financing experience. The fewer the players, the simpler the process. The more coordination with your builder, the fewer the surprises.

Focused on New Construction
First Equity Mortgage’s only customer is the Drees homebuyer. The account representatives understand the needs of both the buyer and the builder from the beginning to the end of the building process. No wonder First Equity closes more Drees loans than any other lender.

Easy
Applying for a mortgage with First Equity is fast and easy. You can apply online 24 hours a day.

Step 1 – Start Your Loan
Easy online application process takes approximately 10 minutes. Complete your application at FirstEquityOnline.com.

Step 2 – Meet Your Loan Consultant
Your account representative will call you to review your loan information. They will take the time to understand your specific needs in order to recommend the best financing options for you.

Step 3 – Loan Processing
During processing, First Equity will review your application and financial document as well as your credit history to make a lending decision.

Step 4 – Closing
Drees and First Equity will work together to coordinate a firm closing date and time with you. They will also provide you with final closing figures.

If you have any questions about the process, feel free to call First Equity Mortgage toll-free at (800) 766-8862.

 

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