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When you decide to buy a home or refinance a mortgage, it's a big step. You can trust AAA Mortgage Solutions to find the loan program that's best for you. That's because we broker with Lenders from all over the country and have access to every available type of program. 

Buying a new home can be a source of anxiety, frustration, but also a huge sense of accomplishment. You didn't pick the house that was best for someone else, you picked the one that's right for you! Trust our mortgage professionals to find the loan that best fits your needs, too. "Less paperwork and more personal attention" means you enter a frustration-free zone from application to decision. Getting the right mortgage loan is like getting the keys to your new house! AAA Mortgage Solutions can help you get there.

Refinancing your current mortgage has been made easier by AAA Mortgage Solutions. If you thought refinancing meant getting buried under mountains of paperwork, think again! We make it easy and worry-free to reduce your interest rate and monthly payment. We can even help you pay down your balance more quickly with comparable monthly payments. Let our professionals guide you to the very best refinanced loan!

Tapping into your home equity is easier than ever before. You've been paying down your balance, and Georgia property values have gone up! Tap into that wealth and reward yourself. We'll help with the best program to fit your goals.

We are a Georgia business serving the needs of our clients in the Metro-Atlanta area and throughout Georgia. Our mortgage professionals give you the personal attention you deserve and treat you with the respect due a valued customer. We understand you're making a commitment in buying a new home, refinancing your mortgage, or cashing out your home equity. So we make a commitment to you. We will help you apply, qualify, and be approved for the right mortgage loan for you. Not anybody else!

Please navigate our website to learn more about AAA Mortgage Solutions, what we do for you, and how easy it is to get started.

 

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NMLS# 870421

 

AAA Mortgage Solutions is a BBB Accredited Mortgage Broker in Woodstock, GA


 



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MBS Week Ahead: Short and Busy With at Least One Major Market Mover on Tap
9/2/2014 6:25 AM
Posted To: MBS CommentaryWhile the week ahead is shorter than normal thanks to Labor day, it's no less relevant. In fact, it's probably quite a bit more relevant than anything we had in August for several very good reasons. None of those reasons have anything to do with the important domestic econo...Read More
 
MBS RECAP: Bond Markets Hold Narrow Range Overall; Some Month-End Volatility Around Treasury Close
8/29/2014 3:07 PM
Posted To: MBS CommentaryOvernight trading was uneventful for bond markets and made for a just slightly weaker open for both Treasuries and MBS. Economic data was completely and utterly ignored. It wasn't until headlines out of the UK concerning a "severe" terrorism alert sent UK bond yields ...Read More
 
Mortgage Rates Unchanged Near 2014 Lows Ahead of 3-Day Weekend
8/29/2014 1:49 PM
Posted To: Mortgage Rate WatchMortgage rates barely budged today. A few lenders were a bit higher than yesterday. A few more were a bit lower, but most hadn"t moved enough to be considered anything more than unchanged. Most borrowers would see the exact same quote today compared to yesterday. 4.125% remains the...Read More
 
New Credit Score Model Would be Great for Housing! Too Bad it Won"t be Used
8/29/2014 11:48 AM
Posted To: MND NewsWireFICO, the company that develops proprietary scoring models for credit bureaus and lenders, announced August 7 that a new model (FICO Score 9) would be released this fall. FICO"s press release caught buyers", Realtors", and lenders" attention, as the new model was touted as significantly more &ldquo...Read More
 
Housing Market Entering Dicey Transition Phase
8/29/2014 11:42 AM
Posted To: MND NewsWireRealtyTrac estimated that home sales in July were at an annualized rate of 4.63 million units , a decrease of 3 percent from June and down 12 percent from July 2013. This would be the third consecutive month in which RealtyTrac has projected a decrease in sales volume and the report is sharp contra...Read More
 
MBS MID-DAY: In Stunning Turn of Events, Economic Data Still Doesn"t Matter
8/29/2014 11:23 AM
Posted To: MBS CommentaryRight there in the title of the first commentary of the day: "more economic data that probably won't matter." There's always some small tinge of doubt in my mind before I preemptively dismiss the importance of things that have historically been important. That'...Read More
 
New Digs for Fannie; CFPB Fines; HELOCs on the Rise; Cash vs. Security Sales
8/29/2014 9:11 AM
Posted To: Pipeline PressCleverness is alive and well in lending, and the "free Russian cat with your loan funding" story yesterday brought a few e-mails. Chris L. contributes, "Thanks for sharing the idea about giving a cat at closing. That could be the "purrrr-fect" house warming gift for ...Read More
 
MBS Day Ahead: More Economic Data That Probably Won"t Matter and a 3-Day Weekend
8/29/2014 6:42 AM
Posted To: MBS CommentaryNOTE: Bond markets and mortgage lenders (and banks, among other things) will be closed on Monday for Labor Day. This morning's headline suggests that economic data "probably" won't matter, but if yesterday's activity is any indication, "probably" is ...Read More
 
MBS RECAP: Same Old Story: Minor Volatility and Modest Euro-Driven Gains
8/28/2014 3:45 PM
Posted To: MBS CommentaryIn yesterday's recap, we discussed the phenomenon whereby most of the market movement has been happening overnight during these Euro-centric times, with the US trading hours seeing comparatively less volatility. Same old story today, but more impressive! Bond markets managed to...Read More
 
Mortgage Rates Fall For Sixth Straight Day
8/28/2014 2:45 PM
Posted To: Mortgage Rate WatchMortgage rates fell modestly for an impressive sixth straight day today. Yet again, we"re seeing little attention paid to the events in the US that NORMALLY influence interest rates. Case in point, stronger economic data typically pushes rates higher, and three out of three economi...Read More