“Our Online Mortgage Center is a win-win for everyone,” said Peter A. Michelotti, President and CEO, CBBC. “Customers can apply for a mortgage, or other consumer lending product, anytime, anywhere. It streamlines the entire loan origination process by managing all of the up-front disclosures online while cutting down on the processing time and cutting costs for the Bank.”
The Online Mortgage Center offers an easy-to-use interface allowing customers to apply for a mortgage (for 1-4 family residences) in three easy steps. Customers fill out the application online, submit their application online, and receive a telephone call from a CBBC Loan Origination Officer who will follow-up and answer questions.
In addition to simplifying the loan application process, the Online Mortgage Center is a true resource offering anything anyone would need to know about the mortgage process, including a new Rate Watch tool which allows consumers to monitor interest rates in real time. It also features a Resource section to help address common questions and concerns surrounding the mortgage process and provides access to calculators to help consumers assess their lending options.
Consumers can also use the Online Mortgage Center to investigate rates for construction loans, home equity loans and lines of credit.
CBBC is a member of the
For more information on CBBC’s Online Mortgage Center visit: https://cbbcnj.mortgagewebcenter.com
Established in 1928,
With lending decisions made locally, and a responsive management team,
For more information, visit the Bank’s web site at www.cbbcnj.com, and to view CBBC’s 2013 Audited Financial Statements, visit: http://www.cfpproxy.com/5398/resources/Annual%20Report.pdf
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