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Mortgage loan officers
Our loan officers simplify the process for you — a dream loan for your dream home!
Have questions? Contact us to chat through options and ideas for your home goals.
— Alina C., Customer
I recently worked with LANB on a mortgage. As a first-time home owner, I found LANB to not only be thorough, but also extremely patient with me throughout the process from application to closing. Other banks that I contacted could not accommodate my accelerated timeline. LANB staff generated paperwork on the day I called so that I could secure my spot in the competitive Los Alamos market.
Finance a new home
We offer a wide variety of home loan options, including government, conventional and jumbo products. We’ll help you discover which is right for you and help you through the simple application process.
Refinance an existing home
Looking for a more affordable monthly payment, a shorter loan term or to capitalize on the equity of your property? Consider refinancing your home to find a mortgage loan that meets your current needs.
Finance a second home or investment property
Interested in building your real estate portfolio? We offer financing for second homes and investment properties. We’re here to support your real estate goals.
Secure your land
Your dream home starts with your dream location. With a lot loan, you can purchase the land you need to begin your journey.
Build a home from the ground up
Ready to make your dream a reality? With a construction loan, we’ll help you secure the financing you need to get started.
Meet our mortgage loan officers
Lending experience: 11 years
Fun Fact: Attended the Summer Olympics in Beijing in 2008.
Hobbies: Traveling domestically and abroad. Favorite destinations in the U.S. are the national parks of the Southwest and historic sites in and around Washington DC.
Lending experience: 18 years
Fun Fact: Hiked six 14’ers and looking forward to more!
Hobbies: Homebrewing and gardening.
Favorite basketball team: UNC Tarheels, his alma mater.
Lending Experience: 15 years
My Beliefs: I have a strong work ethic and believe teamwork means coming together is the beginning, keeping together is progress, and working together is success.
Hobbies: My passion for horses led into competitive barrel racing about 10 years ago and I am an active member of the NMBRA.
Your mortgage checklist
The following information is usually required during the loan process—having it ready will make your application easier!
- Your Social Security Number
- Current pay stubs or, if self-employed, your tax returns for the past two years
- Bank statements for the past two months
- Investment account statements for the past two months
- Life insurance policy
- Retirement account statements for the past two months
- Make and model of vehicles you own and their resale value
- Credit card account information
- Auto loan account information
- Personal loan account information
If you currently own real estate, we’ll need:
- Mortgage account information
- Home insurance policy information
- Home equity account information (if applicable)
Federal Housing Administration (FHA) mortgages are popular with buyers who want to purchase a home with a small down payment. The requirements for borrowers are also lower than other types of mortgages. These loans require mortgage insurance for the entire term of the loan.
Conventional mortgages are good for buyers with strong credit scores and the funds available for a larger down payment. Mortgage insurance can be removed, if required at the beginning. Conventional mortgages are often seen as stronger offers to the seller, as well.
Veteran Administration (VA) loans allow qualified veterans to finance 100% of the home’s appraised value, which means no down payment is required.
We are happy to discuss your options in more detail—give us a call at (505) 662-5171.
It depends. Most mortgages are fixed rate, which means the interest rate will never change. There is also an adjustable rate mortgage (or ARM) in which the interest rate can change. This option is good for buyers who predict interest rates will decrease during the life of the loan.
The amount of money you’ll need to buy a home varies based on what type of mortgage loan you choose, your real estate market, your credit score, and many other factors.
Credit and collateral are subject to approval. Terms and conditions apply. This is not a commitment to lend. Programs, rates, terms and conditions are subject to change without notice.
Credit products are not FDIC insured.
For our online application, children under the age of 13 should not visit our website without a parent present.