InterestOnlyLoans.com was established
in the fall of 2002, just before the
mainstream introduction of Interest Only Loans. While many
mortgage companies were primarily focused on "selling loans" we
understood there was a need to create a resource center for the large
number of people searching for information on these home loan programs.
We have spent countless hours researching industry guidelines, loan
officers who specialize primarily with interest only loans and the risks
and rewards of signing up for an interest only program. Our efforts so far have
received tremendous praise from senior executives of Fortune 500 companies,
Attorneys for some of the largest mortgage lenders in the nation,
numerous individuals who earn well within the top 10% nationwide, first
time home buyers, leading online real estate service giants, top
performing real estate agents and more. In fact, we
recently hit a milestone that was never anticipated so quickly - 5,000,000
unique visitors! That's right - 5,000,000 unique
consumers like you have used our
network of resources to find information pertaining to the interest-only
industry. This is no small feat for even the biggest of companies
and we are extremely proud of this accomplishment.
During the next twelve months we will be introducing
new content areas, developing an even larger database of mortgage
professionals and offering services we feel are relevant to your search
within the real estate arena.
Are we a lender or broker?
InterestOnlyLoans.com is the leading online destination for consumers
searching for information on interest only and libor home loans.
We are a free service to the consumer and have spent countless days and
nights researching interest only loan programs nationwide.
should I visit InterestOnlyLoans.com before contacting a mortgage
Simple. It can be very difficult to find experienced loan
officers who not only understand the various interest only programs available but
enough experience to actually help you rather than just "sell" you a
program. InterestOnlyLoans.com was designed so you - the consumer
- can have a place to go to learn about these loans without being
hassled by a salesperson. We urge you to read through the site and
then contact a mortgage professional so they can answer any questions
you may still have.