Find the Best Lender to buy a home 

If you're in the process of purchasing a home, you've probably already realized that securing a mortgage is a critical step. Working with a preferred lender can offer many benefits, such as faster processing times, reduced closing costs, and more favorable interest rates. Our lender offers extremely competitive interest rates, is professional, has an award winning reputation, and is extremely communicative to ensure a smooth deal. 


Below is the information to our preferred lender that we have trusted countless clients with. David and his team have had the best and highest client satisfaction out of all the lenders we have done business with over the years. They have the most competitive rates and fees, and you will never be over-promised, or under-delivered. First United Bank has great programs for first time home buyers, move-up buyers, investors, veterans, active duty, doctors, jumbo loans, and more. Begin your home buying journey by applying now with his team.

David A. Medrano 
The Medrano Team at First United Bank

Pros of Working with Our Preferred Lender

Faster Processing Times

Preferred lenders often have established relationships with the real estate agents or builders they work with, which can help expedite the mortgage process. This can be especially helpful in a competitive housing market where quick turnarounds are necessary.

Reduced Closing Costs

Some preferred lenders may offer reduced fees for processing or origination. These savings can add up and make a significant difference in the total cost of your mortgage.

Favorable Interest Rates

Because of the established relationship between the lender and Crider Realty in Austin, preferred lenders may offer more competitive interest rates. This can mean significant savings over the life of your mortgage.

Do Your Research

Don't assume that the preferred lender is automatically the best choice for you. Do your own research and shop around to make sure you're getting the best deal possible. Compare interest rates, closing costs, and other fees from multiple lenders.

Ask Questions

Don't be afraid to ask questions about the lender's experience, process, and terms. Make sure you understand the terms of the mortgage and any fees associated with it.

Read Reviews

Check online reviews to see what other borrowers have to say about the lender. This can give you a good sense of the lender's reputation and customer service.

Get Referrals

Ask friends, family, or your real estate agent for referrals to trusted lenders. They may have personal experience with a preferred lender and can offer valuable insights. Working with a preferred lender can offer some advantages when purchasing a home, but it's important to do your research and make an informed decision. Shop around, ask questions, read reviews, and get referrals to ensure you're working with the right lender for your needs.