Loan Options

Practicing Attorney Mortgage Program

Our Practicing Attorney's Mortgage Program Can Help You Get Into Your New Home

George Mason Mortgage understands that as a practicing law professional*, you may be looking for a loan that offers flexible initial funding requirements that is compatible with your unique financial situation. We designed the Practicing Attorney’s Mortgage 1 program specifically with your lending needs in mind.

Whether you have been practicing for years or just starting out, you will benefit from the program’s manageable down payment requirements.

How Does a Practicing Attorney’s Mortgage Program Work?

  • This program is for attorneys who have passed the Bar and the primary source, or their qualifying income must be derived from the practice of law
  • 89.99 maximum loan-to-value (LTV) up to $1.0 million / 84.99 LTV up to $1.0 million on condos
  • Available for purchases or refinances (cash-out refinances are not eligible)
  • Property must be your primary residence
  • 5/1 and 7/1 ARM adjustable rate mortgage options

If you are interested in this loan program, please contact a George Mason Mortgage loan officer near you.

Benefits of the Practicing Attorney’s Mortgage Program

1. Loan program is available in the following lending territory: VA, MD, DC, KY**, NC, OH**, SC, WV, and PA**.
**Property must be located within 90 miles of a United Bank branch.

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