Published on November 2nd, 2015

For many Americans, November is a month of gratitude. On Thanksgiving, families and friends follow the tradition of going around the dinner table and sharing the aspects of their lives they truly appreciate. Some say they are grateful for each other, and others proudly admit they are grateful for Netflix and Chipotle. In any event, if every person at Thanksgiving dinner spelled out everything they are thankful for, the food would get cold. This month, take some time to think about what you are thankful for, and who made those privileges possible.


It is not unheard of for people to be thankful for their homes on Thanksgiving. Homeownership nurtures family closeness, comfort, shelter, and a space that cannot compare to any other, especially around the holidays. As special as homeownership is, it is something many take for granted. This year, instead of saying you are thankful for your home, say you are thankful for everyone who helped you make homeownership possible. As mortgage bankers play a huge role in helping you own your home, here are 3 reasons to be thankful for them.

  1. Mortgage Bankers do everything in their power to help you own your home.

  2. Mortgages are complicated, and with the help of a Mortgage Banker walking you through the different steps, the process is simplified and painless.

  3. They are available to answer any questions you may have about finances.


When acknowledging your appreciation for your home, do not forget the process and work that went into making the dream of homeownership a reality. This year, it is your turn to mention your appreciation for your mortgage banker.


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