Do You Need a Corte Madera, CA Mortgage Broker?
Whether You Are Buying a Home, Making an Investment or Refinancing, We Can Help!
Sara and I have guided hundreds of people through the home buying and refinancing process. If you choose to work with us, we will:
- Help you put together a complete and comprehensive application, one that will highlight your qualifications
- Explain your options and provide tools so you can choose the best home mortgage available in Corte Madera to meet your needs
- Provide a custom spreadsheet that shows, in detail, all aspects of home ownership: the monthly payment, taxes, insurance, any Corte Madera HOA dues, closing costs and your specific tax benefits
- Provide your realtor with a spot on pre-approval letter that will boost your offering power
- Ensure all of your personal information is handled with the highest levels of security, privacy and discretion
We are hands on. We prepare all the paperwork, underwrite your file and deal with the lenders. We will work with you from start to finish, and won’t hand your file off to a mindless worker bee who doesn’t know you. You relax while we do the work!
The Process We Will Guide You Through
We will guide you through the entire home mortgage financing process, from start to finish. Let us help you achieve mortgage success through our five easy steps!
- Step #1: Pre-Qualification
- Step #2: Pre-Approval
- Step #3: The Escrow
- Step #4: Closing
- Step #5: Keeping in Touch
Natasha Lovas — Corte Madera Home Financing Expert
As a trusted and experienced home mortgage loan consultant for Corte Madera residences, Natasha is a natural pick to guide you through the tricky home loan process. Her vast expertise, coupled with her efficiency and enthusiasm, ensures that you will get the right loan and the best rate. Before becoming a professional mortgage broker, Natasha was a civil litigator in San Francisco. While skilled at organizing and presenting cases, she realized her true strength was in advocating for her clients. So, in 1993, she took her litigation skills to the mortgage table. Her personalized approach is what has made her one of the most trusted and sought after loan professionals in the Bay Area. She loves helping people one-on-one with the most fundamental part of their lives: their homes.
Are You Moving to Corte Madera – Did You Know?
Corte Madera has a total area of 4.4 square miles and it is one of the richest towns in Marin. It is called “The hidden jewel of Marin” as it is on the green Marin countryside. It stretches from San Francisco Bay on the east side of Highway 101 to Mt. Tamalpais on the west and has surrounding water tidelands. It’s a small town of around 9,425 residents, just 12 miles north of San Francisco, that is usually sunny except for the fog shrouded Mt. Tamalpais. From there, one can hike, bike or drive to some of the most beautiful vistas in the western United States. Some homes there pay tribute to the New England-influenced architecture of the late 1880s, and they can be found in the Old Square’s surrounding neighborhoods. Corte Madera’s Old Town Square has a preserved spirit with constant club and merchant support, and a few community festivals. The Fourth of July celebration—joining Corte Madera and its “twin city”, Larkspur—brings in people from all over the Bay Area.
Corte Madera is an incorporated town in Marin County, California, just 3.25 miles south of San Rafael, with an elevation of 39 feet. The town merged its police department with Larkspur to form the Twin Cities Police Authority in 1980. In Spanish, Corte Madera means the imperative command “Chop wood”. The city is headquarters for Restoration Hardware and Il Fornaio. The Village at Corte Madera and Town Center at Corte Madera are local shopping malls. The Old Corte Madera Town Square around Piccolo Pavilion, has many historic buildings including local shops of hair salons, consignment stores, arts classrooms, and Swedish textile products. Tamalpais Union High School District and Redwood High School in Larkspur serve Corte Madera. Marin Country Day School is a local private school. The Lycée Français de San Francisco has a primary campus in Corte Madera.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has 3.2 square miles (of land and 1.2 square miles of water. the population density was 2,100.4 people per square mile with a racial makeup of 84.4% White, 0.9% African American, 0.2% Native American, 6.8% Asian, 0.3% Pacific Islander, and 2.8% other races. The Census says 100% of the population lived in households, and there were 3,793 households, of which 35.5% had children under the age of 18 living in them. The average household size was 2.44, with an average family size of 2.99. For every 100 females there were 87.4 males. There were 4,026 housing units at a density of about 913.9 per square mile. The median income for a household was $79,839, and the median income for a family was $95,471 in Corte Madera.
Quality of Life
The Town has an easy outdoor California lifestyle, with open space and parks in every direction. There are great contrasts of rural, sprawling hillsides and bordering waterways to cosmopolitan homes and businesses. The Corte Madera Farmers Market is held every Wednesday, noon to five pm, year-round at the Town Center in Corte Madera, just off Hwy 101 at Tamalpais. It’s in a Mediterranean style courtyard with Farmers, food purveyors, bakers and more. The Village is an upscale, outdoor shopping center with more than 65 retailers and restaurants, recently renovated with new amenities, services, water sculptures, and a warm fire pit. The Town Center also has a wide range of retail stores and specialty shops. Nearby one can enjoy China Camp State Park, Golden Gate Ferry, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Marin Center, McNear Beach, Muir Woods, or Point Reyes.
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