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Welcome to Mountain West Financial, Irvine.
Orange County California Home Loans
We are local to Irvine but serve all of Orange County and its surrounding cities, and parts of San Diego County. So if you're looking for an FHA Santa Ana, Conventional Newport Beach, or VA Oceanside mortgage, we can help you. Here is a complete list of our purchase programs:
FHA | FHA 203K | VA | USDA | HomePath | EEM | CalPATH
CalPATH is an exclusive Mountain West product – it offers home loan benefits to members of CalSTRS, CalPERS, JRS and LRS. Eligible borrowers enjoy reduced lender fees, free float downs and more. Give us a call if you're unsure of your eligibility.
Additionally, we offer a number of refinance programs to accommodate those homeowners who are interested in shortening their loan term or reducing their interest rates:
FHA Streamline | FHA Cash-Out | FHA 203K | VA Streamline | VA Cash-Out | USDA Streamline
Conventional | HELOC | Commercial | DU Refi Plus | Open Access
We are investing in the latest technology to ensure you have a quality, low maintenance experience with Mountain West. To get started, fill out our secure, online application by clicking Apply Now.
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