NMSI, Inc. was originally founded in 2008 as National Mortgage Service Incorporated, as a Mortgage Lender. Our company continues to strive to offer our clients diverse loan product lines, competitive interest rates and flexible underwriting.
Our success over the years is attributed to our customers and to three important values: company-wide synergy-management that emphasizes cooperation and teamwork rather than hierarchy; a commitment to delivering outstanding service and highly competitive pricing on all our programs and products.
NMSI, Inc.'s Mission Statement
To be an industry leader in the mortgage lending markets by offering competitive pricing, excellent customer service and flexible underwriting to our clients. Provide the resources that will provide our customers the opportunity to expand their individual business within diverse & ethnic communities both locally & globally. Encourage and increase homeownership for all peoples throughout the nation through our network of licensed mortgage professionals.
Fair Lending Best Practices
NMSI, Inc. has always believed in fair practice within the mortgage industry community. From our inception in 2008, the diverse company make-up has been a reflection of the communities with which we serve. Our commitment is to make homeownership a reality for all of our borrowers regardless of race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, marital, military or familial status, religion or age (as long as the applicant is of legal age to enter into a binding contract). NMSI's commitment to fairness and equal opportunity is clear and unequivocal.
NMSI, Inc. is a responsible lender that complies with all mortgage-lending laws.
These include but not limited to the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, the Fair Housing Act, the Truth-in-Lending Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act in addition to the various individual state statues that govern mortgage lending practices.
Strong consumer protections are the cornerstone to prevent misconduct in mortgage lending.