A Better Way to Mortgage. No Catch.

No cheesy commercials, no sneaky fees, no games of client hot-potato, and no hiding out. We provide the most consistent, attentive, and personalized mortgage services in New Jersey, because we believe that all matters affecting the home should be handled with care. The only catch is that we offer the same or better rates than the giant, impersonal mortgage machines companies.
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Give us some background on you and your needs, and a loan officer will follow up within 24 hours. No expectations, no strings attached, no pushy sales pitch. Just a conversation.

We love our clients (and the feeling is mutual)

"Thanks Mike Verdicchio. Homeland Lending did a wonderful and professional job for my family. Everything went smoothly and I feel I got a great deal on my new mortgage. Thanks again Mike!'

Brendan M.

"Don and his team were awesome! Very professional. Quick response times made the transaction very smooth. Thanks again Don!"

Andrea Duda

"An excellent experience with Mike and Homeland Lending. The entire team is so helpful throughout a very stressful process. Closed on home 5 weeks after going under contract. Highly recommend."

Lisa E.
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About Homeland's Management Team, Mike & Don

Mike Verdicchio and Don Anfuso have been proudly securing mortgages for families across New Jersey for over 30 years. Together with their team of dedicated employees, they've made it their mission to provide the most positive, client-centered, attentive and consistent loan consulting services possible — No Catch.

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The 6 Simple Steps To A Successful Home Purchase

Are you thinking of buying a new home? Would you like to get the best deal and experience a simple, stress free process?? If your answer is yes then this blog will be priceless to you.

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How to Document Assets When Buying a Home

How much money do you need to buy a home?  How will the bank verify that you have it? To understand and answer these questions, let's take some advice  from our 40th president, Ronald Reagan: “Trust but verify.”

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