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Knowledgeable, Personable, Efficient
Michelle is wonderful! She is very knowledgeable, personable, and very efficient! She is patient and really takes time to explain the mortgage process. I highly recommend her!
Owen Weddel made my experience on buy a home just absolutely fantastic. Hes very knowledgeable and patient and will explain all steps and process clearly. Ever time we needed anything or had any questions he would respond quickly. Even on Sundays. Thanks again Owen! We were referred to you and Im glad we had the opportunity to work together.
Smooth and Easy
Michelle was amazing. She made the process smooth and easy and made sure I knew what was happening every step of the way. I couldn’t have done this without her!
Wonderful to Work With.
Owen Weddel was very wonderful to work with. Everything went very smoothly and on time. I will definitely recommend him to family and friends. He is a very nice and wonderful person and very professional. He answered any questions we had promptly and was very easy to get a hold of when we needed something.
Working with Michelle G is an absolute pleasure. She helped me find a mortgage solution that was right for my budget and made sure I understood the entire process. Definitely recommend
Clear to Close!
Michelle told me everything to expect upfront and told me I could close in 30 days or less. I was very skeptical because the past few times it has taken much longer and tons of red tape. To my (very pleasant) surprise, I submitted docs and had a conditional approval less than a week later. After appraisal came back good, Michelle called me with a “clear to close” and set the closing time for a couple days later. Even then I thought something would get held up, but sure enough we closed a few days later. I can only say that I will NEVER use an online only service again. The local touch and service exceeded expectations.
Professionalism and Dedication
My experience as a first time buyer was to be honest stressful, anxiety provoking and exciting all in one. If not for the professional and dedication of my Realtor ,Owen and Jamie who both made the experience painless. I would of have panic attacks being so close.to becoming a home owner just to be out bid was discouraging at time. However with the support of my realtor team and family I found my forever home. They really did make my dream of owning a home a reality. Thank for everything Owen and Jamie at smart mortgage
Eased my Worries
I was nervous about purchasing my first home, and Michelle eased my worries. She was always responding to my questions, keeping me in the loop. Today my son and I are in my new home. Michelle is a lifesaver.
Jon provided me with exceptional service. I was looking for the lowest rate on my refinance and he made it happen. The entire team at Smart is professional and I will recommend to anyone looking to refinance their home.
#1 in my Book
Tony McDougall made my home buying process easy. Im a first time home buyer and when I got in contact with Tony, he was patient and very helpful. He told me what I needed to do to become a homeowner. Along the way, Tony kept in touch with me and guided me through the entire lending process. Tony is the best! He was very responsive and knowledgeable. Tony and Smart Mortgage Centers are #1 in my book.
Excellent experience getting my loan figured out, even with a complex situation Tony was able to get me financed and walked me through the entire purchase process.
Simply the Best!
Michelle is simply the best! I have never received better customer service before in my life! She handled our mortgage and put any worries we had to rest. I would recommend her to anyone with no reservations!
Mount Zion (Hebrew: הַר צִיּוֹן, Har Tsiyyon; Arabic: جبل صهيون, Jabal Sahyoun) is a hill in Jerusalem, located just outside the walls of the Old City. The term Mount Zion has been used in the Hebrew Bible first for the City of David (2 Samuel 5:7, 1 Chronicles 11:5; 1 Kings 8:1, 2 Chronicles 5:2) and later for the Temple Mount, but its meaning has shifted and it is now used as the name of ancient Jerusalem’s Western Hill. In a wider sense, the term is also used for the entire Land of Israel.
The etymology of the word Zion is uncertain. Mentioned in the Bible in the Book of Samuel (2 Samuel 5:7) as the name of the Jebusite fortress conquered by King David, its origin likely predates the Israelites. If Semitic, it may be associated with the Hebrew root ṣiyyôn (“castle”). Though not spoken in Jerusalem until 1,700 years later, the name is similar in Arabic and may be connected to the root ṣiyya (“dry land”) or the Arabic šanā (“protect” or “citadel”). It might also be related to the Arabic root ṣahî (“ascend to the top”) or ṣuhhay (“tower” or “the top of the mountain”). A non-Semitic relationship to the Hurrian word šeya (“river” or “brook”) has also been suggested.