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It was twenty years ago when Roland and his four sons signed the lease on a 900 sq ft space that was to become the office for a little company named Loan Simple. With over three decades of experience in the real estate industry Roland decided that with the help of his sons, back from college, that they could build something special. The idea was to create a place for friends and family to find the best mortgages on the market without any of the brain damage often associated with getting a mortgage.
Across the wall of the office was a sign that read, “Treat Everyone Like Family”. It was never okay to refer to loans as units or deals. These applications represented people and families hoping to realize the dream of home ownership. These families had entrusted us with the responsibility of making that dream a reality. We took this responsibility very seriously.

We realized early on that it wasn’t enough to just help people get into their homes. We wanted to help build the communities that these homes and families lived within. We began donating proceeds from our closings to causes we felt could make the biggest impact. It didn’t take long for us to realize how a little bit of effort on a daily basis could add up to a mountain of help over the course of a year. To this day we continue this effort to build better communities and are proud to say that the impact has far exceeded our wildest hopes.

Loan Simple started growing as other professionals in the industry caught wind of how we were doing business. Professionals that truly cared about their clients and their communities found their way into the Loan Simple family. This continued over the last two decades and Loan Simple has grown into 26 states across the country.

We realize that often with growth comes a change in the character and values of a company. Fortunately for us, the foundation of this company is a father and four sons. Family isn’t a catch phrase and across the wall is that same old sign that says, “Treat Everyone Like Family”.

Thanks for taking the time to read our story and please let us know how we can help you.

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