Austin Bank Home Loans offer convenient, flexible financing options
With flexible financing options available, Austin Bank is your one-stop source for home loans.
We've built the most convenient home loan service ever! Here's how it works:
1) You'll complete the online application. (Click here to Apply Now for a Home Loan)
The application asks questions about the home and your finances and takes less than 20 minutes to complete. After your application is completed, a Mortgage Specialist will contact you to introduce themselves and to answer any questions you may have. The Mortgage Specialist will inform you whether your application has been approved or denied.
2) We'll send you an application packet and prepare your loan for closing.
You'll receive an application packet containing papers for you to sign and a list of items we'll need to verify the information on your application. Additional services will be completed - appraisal, title insurance, etc. - to prepare the loan for closing.
3) We'll contact you to coordinate your closing date.
After we receive the application packet, the appraisal and the title work, we'll contact you to schedule your loan closing.
Still want to have personal home loan assistance?
You can call (903-295-4400 ext. 1705), e-mail a Mortgage Specialist
or visit your local Austin Bank office
to speak with one of our mortgage professionals to answer any of your questions or to ask for advice.
- Fixed Rate Mortgages
- New Construction Loans/Interim Financing
- Rental Property Loans
- Home Equity Loans
Your Home Loan Toolkit -
The Your Home Loan Tookit is a great resource for consumers wanting to purchase a home. This guide will help you make informed decisions regarding one of the largest financial purchases a person makes - buying or building a new home. Review this step-by-step guide to understand the nature and costs of the real estate settlement services. The toolkit provides interactive tools to help you through the purchasing process and was designed for use with the Loan Estimate and Closing Disclosure forms.