BUYING OR REFINANCING MADE EASY
Whether you are buying your first home, taking a step up or a downsizing empty nester, we have a purchase program to fit your needs. Some programs require little or no down payment, allowing you to make your dream a reality sooner than you thought possible. Other programs offer reduced interest rates for a specified period of time, making house payments more affordable when you need it most.
THE RIGHT MORTGAGE DOESN'T COST, IT SAVES.
We offer you the competitive rates and superior service you deserve. Whether you're buying a home or refinancing, we will find you the best rate and program for your situation. Apply online today for a no-cost, no-obligation pre-approval!
Now, Two Locations!
From the mountains of the Upstate to the beaches of the Lowcountry, Classic Home Mortgage has you covered. Many of our Upstate clients have used our services again to buy their dream second home by the beach!
Celebrating 12 Years
Since our inception in July, 2001, Classic Home Mortgage has held true to its mission of following the Golden Rule, treating clients as we would like to be treated. Service, Integrity, Trust ~ those words remain at the core of our mission and the foundation of our business model.
It is you, our loyal clients, however, that have been the driving force behind our longevity. It has been your repeat business, and just as important, your referrals of your friends and associates to us - in short, it has been your trust - that allows us the privilege of serving you today.
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