Britny Lawhorn is an assistant publisher for finder.com who specializes in mortgages. She’s here to help readers get a better deal when they buy or refinance a home. Prior to joining Finder, she spent more than 5 years working in marketing agencies where she helped businesses grow their audience. She attended the University of Tennessee, where she earned a degree in English. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, volunteer work and dabbles in photography.
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Mortgage services for both lenders are available nationwide, but one is a better option for certain government-insured loans.
While both of these big-name lenders are available nationwide, one is better for military members, but the other offers more home loan options.
Both of these big-name banks are available nationwide, but one is better for home loans in rural areas.
While both mortgage lenders are good for in-person support, one lender only has branches in 22 states.
Both mortgage lenders face poor customer reviews, but one is better for borrowers without much credit history.
One home loan lender has a history of poor reviews, but the other is not available nationwide.
Both lenders have low down payment options, but one is better if you're looking for commercial real estate.
We compare mortgage services of two big-name banks. One lender has more nationwide availability, but watch out for fees.
One mortgage lender is a better option for borrowers looking for certain types of loans, but only if you live on the East Coast.