We worked with Jim Tinnes and had a very good experience. Jim was very professional and very helpful every step of the way. He would answer our questions and concerns quickly and gave us advice. Definitely would work with Jim again with out a doubt. Read More
We worked with Don O’Neil and had a great experience! He made the process easy and was always quick to respond. We were able to settle on time as well! Great job Don! Thank you for making this an easy process for our first home purchase. Read More
Excellent service, worked with Michael Rantuccio on the purchase of my first ever home. Michael was more than I could have asked for to make the process as smooth and painless as possible. He was on the ball always kept in constant contact keeping me updated on new developments in the process and wa ... Read More
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Who We Are
Our Vision is clear – to create the most innovative financing solutions and processes in the industry. We are committed to serve each customer, our community and each other with the highest level of integrity and quality. This achievement is only reached through a desire to serve and an understanding of the Internet generation.
Acre Mortgage proudly has loan officers who specialize in FHA mortgages and first-time home buyers. You may even be approved for grants that cover your entire down payment. Don't hesitate to contact us today to uncover all of your options for your home financing needs.
A USDA Loan is like it sounds, offered through the United States Department of Agriculture. Technically, only available to rural home owners, but many suburban places qualify that wouldn’t be considered rural. Call us and speak with an Acre Mortgage professionals We can tell you if the area or the home you are looking at qualifies and even pre-approve you for the loan without cost or commitment.
Conventional Home Loans
Conventional Loans are mortgage loans that are not insured by the government (like FHA, VA, USDA Loans), but they typically meet the lending guidelines that have been set by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. Typically, conventional loans have better rates, terms and/or lower fees than other types of loans.