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Scott Cummins of Cornertston Mortgage

I recently worked on a transaction with Scott Cummins of Cornerstone Mortgage and it went smoothly - closing two weeks early!  I've had the pleasure of working with Scott before and have always found him to be a knowledgeable, honest, and reliable lender in San Antonio.  He's become one of my favorite resources when I have mortgage questions.  He takes great care of his clients and helps them understand the sometimes confusing world of home loans...he's especially great with first time home buyers - both of the times I worked with him, it was with first time home buyers and they walked away with a much better understanding of the loan process than I've seen with some other lenders.

Scott is also great with his Realtors® - we all have horror stories of chasing after a lender, trying to get information from them and banging our head against the wall as we wait on hold.  Not so with Scott Cummins and Cornerstone Mortgage.  Fast, efficient, and always ready to provide the answers and information we need.  That's a huge bonus to agents, there is nothing more frustrating than not having answers from the lender when you need them.

So next time you're thinking about home loans in San Antonio, give Scott Cummins of Cornerstone Mortgage a call at (210) 340-4994.

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Scott Cummins - Senior Loan Officer - Cornerstone Mortgage

Comment balloon 2 commentsMatt Stigliano • October 09 2010 10:57PM
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