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Bridge Loans

George Mason Mortgage, LLC presents our exclusive Bridge Financing. If you are in the process of buying a home and still haven't sold your existing home, a Bridge Loan is a useful option to consider. This loan is commonly used to purchase a new home with additional collateral. 

What are the Key Benefits of a Bridge Loan for Qualified Borrowers?

  1. You can immediately put your home on the market and buy without restrictions.
  2. A Bridge Loan allows you to purchase a new home without the contingency to sell your old home.
  3. Bridge Financing allows you utilize the equity in your current home to purchase your new home.
  4. We can provide up to 100% financing for your new purchase by using your current home as collateral.
  5. Once your current home is sold, George Mason Mortgage will refinance the Bridge Loan to a permanent loan of your choice.

Not sure if a bridge loan is the best choice for you? With access to the best products, programs and personnel in the business George Mason Mortgage has the solutions to fit your unique financing needs. 

Financing Your Home

Find a Loan Officer

We can help find the best solution for your mortgage needs by finding a Loan Officer:

4100 Monument Corner Dr., Suite 100
Fairfax, VA 22030

Toll Free: 800-867-6859

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Our Mortgage Loan Originators are registered and comply with the National Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) and Registry. NMLS Consumer Accesssm,, is a free service for consumers to confirm that the financial-services company or professional with whom they wish to conduct business is authorized to conduct business in their state. George Mason Mortgage's NMLS ID is 153400.

This is not a commitment to lend. All loan applications are subject to credit and property approval. Annual Percentage Rate (APR), and program, rates, fees, closing costs, terms and conditions are subject to change without notice and may vary depending upon credit history and transaction specifics. Other closing costs may be necessary. Flood and/or property hazard insurance may be required. To be eligible, buyer must meet minimum down payment, underwriting and program guidelines.

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