Within less than 20 minutes, the phone rang and it was Brittany calling me back to tell me that she has gone over my options. I thought that was pretty quick.
This is where the surprise came in, she said she took a look at my credit and found that not one of the others had run my credit. I found that strange since the others assured me that they had in fact ran a credit check. I have good credit, so I wasn't worried about that -- what bothered me is they lied to me.
She said her company does not believe in preying on people who think they need something they don't. I was very impressed.
She then went on to explain why -- even though I could refinance -- it would end up costing me more money than saving me any money and that her company doesn't work that way just to make a buck.
Now I don't know if it was because she was raised correctly, or if it was because she is born and bred in the great state of Texas -- and yes, there is a lot to be said about how you were raised and where you're from -- but her friendly, personable, and professional attitude is only heightened by her sense of caring.
If Brittany Condry is a reflection of the superior ethics behind Reliance First Mortgage, then that is a very good company -- and yes, she certainly does represent them very well.
I would hope that everyone who wants to refinance finds someone like Brittany Condry. Someone who looks at a client's whole situation, and cares enough for them to do the right thing.
In a world where we are bombarded with negative images of Americans, it is so nice to meet a stranger like Brittany. I can only hope her company, Reliance First Capital is glad they have such a woman working for them.
I appreciate the fact that she saved me the appraisal and inspection money that I was ready to spend.
Thanks Brittany, it's nice to see folks like you are out there. You are the type of person who makes America great!
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