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About Jamie Franz

Jamie Franz is A&N Mortgage Service's Vice President of Sales. He started with the company when they opened their doors in October 2002 as a Mortgage Consultant and spent the first two years of his career primarily focusing on originating loans and building referral partnerships. Originating loans came natural to him and he was soon promoted to a sales management position in October 2004. Since then he has transformed A&N Mortgage Services from a primarily lead-based mortgage company to almost entirely referral-based. Prior to his career in the mortgage industry, he worked for Accenture consulting with Fortune 500 companies. Jamie resides in Chicago, IL. In his free time, he likes to spend time with his beautiful wife and daughter, working out, and enjoying all the local venues in Bucktown. You can reach him at jfranz@aandnmortgage.com.

CPS Grants a Perk for Chicago School Teachers

Written by: - October 27, 2009

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CPS Grants a Perk for Chicago School Teachers

Did you know that CPS teachers are eligible for a grant of up to $7,500 that can be used toward closing costs of a home purchase? What a great way to give back to the teachers of Chicago who spend their days educating today?s youth.

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What’s the Minimum Credit Score for a Mortgage?

Written by: - September 3, 2009

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What’s the Minimum Credit Score for a Mortgage?

Do you know what the minimum credit score is to qualify for a home mortgage? Currently it?s a mid credit score of 620, but this may change very soon to 640. In fact, some banks have already stopped taking loan applications with a 620 mid score. What’s a Mid Credit Score? When applying for a […]

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How Can a FHA 203(k) Loan Work For You?

Written by: - January 19, 2009

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How Can a FHA 203(k) Loan Work For You?

Looking to do some improvements on a home you want to purchase, but you don?t have the money to do it or the bank won?t lend on the property because the collateral isn?t in acceptable condition? The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) 203(k) loan may be your answer. What Is a FHA 203(k) The FHA 203(k) […]

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