American makes it easy, whether it's your first home, your forever home or somewhere in between. To prove it, we're offering new mortgage customers $500 when you also open a checking account with direct deposit and auto pay.* It's that simple. Finance your home purchase or refinance your existing loan with us and receive $500 to spend however you choose. Here are three more reasons to choose American Bank Center for your home loan.
1. Low-Cost or No-Cost Mortgages
American advises its customers on the right financial products for their unique situations. Dream homes don't come along every day. Less-than-stellar credit or coming up shy of a down payment because of closing costs shouldn't stop you from making an offer. Low-cost or no-cost loans can reduce up-front charges. It's not for everyone, but it is a possibility. Fill out the short application to see how much you can afford. Together, we'll explore all the options available.
2. Local Servicing
Do you know where your mortgage is or where your payment is going? When you receive a mortgage from American, you always will. Unlike other banks, American services each loan locally. This means you can call us regarding your loan or if you have a question about how to handle an insurance claim. Speaking of insurance...
3. Insurance and Online Banking
We offer homeowners insurance through American Insurance Center**, partnering with dozens of insurance providers to make sure you have the appropriate coverage. And since we operate under the same name, both our lenders and agents collaborate to make sure you get the service you deserve. Finally, when you open your checking account, American's online banking lets you manage your finances 24/7 and with services you expect like auto-pay and mobile deposit, rest assure your mortgage is covered.
* Offer is subject to change and may expire at any time. Conditions apply. See us for details.
**American Insurance Center is an equal opportunity provider. Products and services offered through American Insurance Center are: * Not a deposit * Not FDIC insured * Not insured by any federal government agency * Not financial institution guaranteed