Why Work With South County Mortgage?
Here are just a few reasons why....
My name is Paul J. Byron Jr, President of South County Mortgage Corporation. I have been in the mortgage industry for over 20 years at this point. Over that period I have seen many changes in the industry some good some bad but I have never seen the industry this difficult. Greedy Wall Street Investors who Developed, Bought & Sold mortgage programs like 1% Option ARMs as you surely have heard of have put this industry in a state of peril that is likely to go on for years. Never in my 20 years in the business have I ever seen it so hard for a consumer to get a mortgage loan. Now more than ever you need the professional services of South County Mortgage.
Did You Know?
When working with a Local Bank or Credit Union, you are often NOT dealing with a Licensed Loan Officer. As Brokers, we go through countless hours of training and yearly continuing education, as well as background and credit checks. At a bank or credit union, the person handling your mortgage may have bad credit and/or a criminal background, yet they are still trusted with a consumers most personal information. When changes were made in our industry, banks unfortunately did not adopt the same standards as Brokers did – and it drove people with credit problems and criminal backgrounds to the banks to seek employment. Working with South County Mortgage means you are trusting your personal information to experienced, licensed loan officers with your goals as a top priority.
Our Make RI Animal Shelters #1 Program where we donated $100.00 to each and every one of our customers hometown animal shelters was the first of its kind and made services available to stray and abandon animals that never would have been available without the funds we provided. We received daily phones calls from shelter managers thanking us for helping to provide services to these animals such as medication,operations and extended boarding that helped place these animals in great homes. One particular call came from the North Kingstown Shelter where a stray dog named Ko Ko had been hit by a car and needed his rear leg amputated or he was likely to be euthanatized . These funds donated to the shelter paid the veterinarians bill for the operation and Ko Ko is now in a happy adopted home. Another call came from John Holmes the Manager of the Pawtucket Shelter. He had discovered a home on Stephanie Drive in Pawtucket with over 40 abandon cats in it. The cats were in terrible condition and were in need of immediate medical assistance which the shelter did not have the funds to provide and all were certain to be euthanatized . We stepped in and donated $4000.00 dollars for the care and boarding of these animals until all were adopted. We received a Resolution from The Pawtucket Town Council.