Why ProVisor?

ProVisor provides transparent mortgage solutions. 

Our solutions strive to build the best loan programs to ensure financial success.

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ProVisor Provides Transparent Mortgage Solutions

Buying your first home is an exciting time but can be overwhelming. Having a ProVisor in your corner is a great way to get the best home loan solution. ProVisor provides a variety of resources to help you through the entire process. Whether you have just started to save or have a house in mind, speak with on of our ProVisors to get your best home loan solution. 

Knowledge Base

Avoid Refinancing Traps

The Automatic Payment Trap It can take up to two weeks to have automatic payments canceled. If your payments are made this way be sure to turn it off before closing. You don't want to pay for the same month twice!

Home Inspections

We're often asked if a home inspection is required. The answer is usually no, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't have one done. You're making a large investment. Having a professional inspector alert you to potential problems can save money and surprises in the long run.

Mortgage Planning

For most people, the only possible mortgage plan is to pay it off as quickly as possible. There's nothing wrong with this attitude in general, but did you know there are many situations where it may not be best?

Refinance Dos and Don’ts

DO: Continue to make your regular payments. However, if you have a payment due just prior to your scheduled closing, consult with me first. It may be the best to pay at the closing rather than to risk having a payment and payoff letter cross in the mail.

Dreaming of a Second Home?

Have you always dreamed of owning a vacation home? It's not a decision to be taken lightly, but if it is something you've always wanted, the means for making that dream come true are not as difficult as you might think.

Still Writing Checks to the Landlord?

Home loan payments may now be less than rent payments. If you don't intend to stay in your home long, need extra mobility or are unsure about your employment prospects, tenting probably makes good sense for you. But if you're planning to stick around, owning may prove to be more rewarding. Here are five good reasons