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Alliance Home Loans

NMLS #142084

Alliance Home Loans was founded in 2004 as Alliance Financial Resources LLC, with six employees and with the intent to create a more personal experience for the home loan process. More than ten years later, we are one of the fastest-growing mortgage bankers in the Southwest.

Today, we have more than 200 employees, 60 loan originators licensed in 30 states, and we fund more than 4,000 loans annually. From mortgage loan originators to processors to closers, our team members are dedicated to delivering an extraordinary experience.

While we have a variety of loan products, we specialize in government-backed loans with an expanded opportunity for borrowers with less-than-perfect credit. We strive to find solutions after many of our competitors stop. A mortgage can be the largest financial decision of your life, and we are here to help you through the process.

The Alliance Home Loans mission is to lead the industry with ethics and integrity and create relationships while improving lives.

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