Mortgages For Physicians
Well, we hope your new position is working out great!
While we strive to be the best at what we do here at Contract Diagnostics, we are aware there are other services you may need from time to time. We try our best to connect you to trustworthy sources in various markets. Recently, we interviewed many physician mortgage brokers and have found Doug to be like us – operating with the heart of a teacher and going above and beyond to help physicians and their families. Of note, we do not have any financial affiliations with him – he is just a great guy we trust should you need to navigate the messy world of obtaining a mortgage.
If you are considering purchasing a home or refinancing after settling into your new position, here are some important factors to consider according to Doug.
1. Refinancing your existing home
- Decide how long you are going to stay
- Determine total cost and monthly savings
- Find out what your break-even timeline is
- Generally speaking – break-even of 42 months or less, it is worth doing
2. Purchasing a new home
- What is an APR and why sometimes the lowest rate is not the best deal
- How do ARM loans work and are they right for me
- How much money do I need to qualify and how much will I need at closing
- If I do a fixed-rate loan, which is better a 15 or a 30 year
Doug can help you answer these questions and guide you through the process on what makes the most sense right now in your career. Just like us, he offers a ‘free consult’ which you can find with this link; click here to connect with Doug and his team today.
More About Our Friend,
Doug has lived in Kansas City since 1990 and began his mortgage career in 1999. He has helped thousands of physicians over the years find the homes of their dreams. He is an experienced mortgage loan originator who loves helping physicians with their home financing needs. Purchasing a home is one of the largest financial decisions a family will make; let his experience work for you. For the past 4-5 years, Doug has focused on primarily doctor loans and is a physician loan specialist.
Whether it is your first home, a refinancing project or you are looking for your next home upgrade, Doug’s team is focused on helping all buyers. Doug is married to a doctor which is why he takes the time to understand your unique needs and provide solutions to make your buying process smooth from start to finish.
When Doug is not helping clients, he enjoys going to Chiefs games as he is a huge fan; a season ticket holder since 2001. He also really enjoys traveling with his wife anywhere with a beach. He also has two adorable Chihuahua mix rescue dogs that rule the Crouse house.