In 1980, a mortgage institution was born and named, Long
Beach Savings and Loan. Over 20 years later, the small savings
and loan company is an industrialist in the world of home
loan financing. The company made a name and brand identity
upgrade in 1997, when they changed the name of their company
to AmeriQuest Mortgage Company. Since the lending mogul’s
inception, they have serviced, processed and originated
billions of dollars in mortgage loans. Recognized by both
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, AmeriQuest is approved as both
a servicer and seller of the lending products.
As potential borrowers have already shown they know that
it takes hard work, sacrifice and dedication in order to
succeed. At AmeriQuest Mortgage Company, they respect the
commitment and achievement while, at the same time, understand
there are also times when even the most responsible of persons
can benefit from outside assistance. The role then of AmeriQuest
Mortgage Company is to provide this support and financial
As originators and servicers of billions of dollars in
mortgage loans, AmeriQuest Mortgage Company is approved
of as both a seller and a service provider of Fannie Mae
and Freddie Mac. In addition, they are recognized as a non-supervised
mortgagee of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
In just about every city of America, AmeriQuest originates
loans. The few exceptions of areas in which the lending
giant does not service home loan customers are: Virginia,
the District of Columbia, West Virginia and New Mexico.
The mortgage financing firm credits its success to the following
factors: their simple lending programs, non-complicated
qualification requirements, affordable mortgage rates and
equally affordable processing fees.
The ease of acquiring an AmeriQuest mortgage requires
virtually as little time as 24 hours, for within this period
of time, one can literally complete the entire pre-qualification
phase. Moreover, home loans at AmeriQuest do not take months
to process; instead they take only a couple of days, at
most, a few weeks to close.