Personal commitment to professional excellence, coupled with a strong desire to help others, is the common thread among the Loan Officers at NOVA. We often hear that the experiences that our clients have working with NOVA are far superior to those encountered at other lending institutions. We're proud of that difference, and of the long lasting relationships we have forged with our clients, their friends and their families!
NOVA HOME LOANS has served the needs of homeowners and homebuyers since 1980. We are able to originate loans in 15 states. In 2001, we merged our flexibility as a mortgage broker with the efficient service of a mortgage bank to create a better way of lending. Efficiency and teamwork are the keys to our accelerated loan delivery. Loan applications are handled in-house from start to finish - eliminating the need to ship your application around the country for underwriting, approval and document preparation.
Our commitment to excellent customer service continues long after you have signed your closing documents. When changes arise in interest rates or market activity that may be advantageous to you, you can be assured that we will contact you and advise you of your options. Not only will we be your mortgage lender, we will become your one-stop mortgage information source.
NOVA HOME LOANS has sponsored the Boys and Girls Club since 2004. For more information about how you may get involved or if you have questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boys and Girls Clubs provide a safe haven for thousands of youth. Your support will assist in this effort by delivering:
• Activities that build personal character develop leadership skills and promote good mental and physical health.
• Expanded opportunities for education and career development.
• Exposure to new experiences including the arts, sports, culture and fitness.
• Dedicated club staff members who bring caring, consistent support and direction to help kids develop into strong, competent young adults.
Community contributions help to cover the $5.00 annual participation fee, or purchase sporting equipment, books, art supplies, computer equipment, field trips and more. By investing in the Boys & Girls Clubs, you are investing in the future of our community. Statistics prove that kids in after-school programs are less likely to be involved in crime, use controlled substances or engage in other risky behaviors. They are more likely to get good grades, stay in school and be prepared for a productive adulthood. Boys & Girls Clubs is much more than just a fun place to go. These programs really work. Visit the club website www.bgca.org to learn more.
Information about NOVA's Licenses
|State Holding Licenses ||Licensing Agency ||License Numbers |
|ALABAMA ||Alabama State Banking Department ||Consumer Credit License: 21527 |
|ARIZONA ||Arizona Department of Financial Institutions ||Mortgage Banker License: BK0902429 Branch licenses (15): BKBR0901119 BKBR0901120 BKBR0901122 BKBR0103579 BKBR0105103 BKBR0105566 BKBR0109511 BKBR0114014 BKBR0114403 BKBR0115227 BKBR0117434 BKBR0117600 BKBR0116927 BKBR0116734 BKBR0116463|
|CALIFORNIA ||California Department of Corporations ||Finance Lender License: 6036566 |
|COLORADO ||Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), Division of Real Estate||Mortgage Company Registration |
|FLORIDA ||Florida Office Of Financial Regulation ||Mortgage Lender License: MLD81|
|ILLINOIS ||State of Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, Division of Banking, 100 W. Randolph, 9th Floor, Chicago, IL 60601 (312) 793-3000 www.idfpr.com||Residential Mortgage License: MB. 6760764|
|INDIANA||Indiana Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) ||First Lien Mortgage Lending License: 16109 |
|NEVADA ||Nevada Division of Mortgage Lending||Mortgage Broker License: 3625|
|NEW MEXICO ||New Mexico Financial Institutions Division||Mortgage Loan Company License: 01368 |
|OREGON ||Oregon Division of Finance & Corporate Securities ||Mortgage Lending License - ML-4451 |
|TENNESSEE ||Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions ||Mortgage License: 113066|
|TEXAS ||Texas Department of Savings & Mortgage Lending ||Mortgage Banker Registration Act -73151 |
|UTAH ||Utah Division of Real Estate ||Mortgage Entity License: 5506411 |
|VIRGINIA ||Virginia Bureau of Financial Institutions ||Mortgage Lender and Broker License - MC 5113 |
|WASHINGTON ||Washington State Department of Financial Institutions ||Consumer Loan Company License - CL-3087 |
Consumers wishing to file a complaint against a mortgage banker or licensed mortgage banker residential mortgage loan originator should complete and send a complaint form to the Texas Department of Savings and Mortgage Lending, 2601 N. Lamar, Suite 201, Austin Texas 78705. Complaint forms and instructions may be obtained from the departments website at www.sml.texas.gov. A toll-free consumer hotline is available at 1-877-276-5550.
The department maintains a recovery fund to make payments of certain actual out of pocket damages sustained by borrowers caused by acts of licensed mortgage banker residential mortgage loan originators. A written application for reimbursement from the recovery fund must be filed with and investigated by the department prior to the payment of a claim. For more information about the recovery fund, please consult the department's website at www.sml.texas.gov.
National Mortgage Licensing System Information
The SAFE ACT requires each mortgage loan originator to obtain a unique identifier to facilitate the electronic tracking of loan originators, and the uniform identification of, and public access to, the employment history and publicly adjudicated disciplinary and enforcement actions against a mortgage loan originator. In order to effectuate this requirement, a mortgage loan originator and the employing institution must ensure that the consumer has access to the originator’s unique identifier. This access must be made available early enough in the relationship with the originator to enable the consumer to access the Registry before the consumer commits to the mortgage loan transaction. An Agency-regulated institution may comply with the requirement in a number of ways. For example, the institution may choose to direct consumers to a listing of registered mortgage loan originators and their unique identifiers on its Web site; post this information prominently in a publicly accessible place, such as a branch office lobby or lending office reception area; and/or establish a process to ensure that institution personnel provide the unique identifier of a registered mortgage loan originator to consumers who request it from employees other than the mortgage loan.
To verify this company or an individual please visit the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System and Registry at http://www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org/
NOVA Home Loans NMLS# 3087