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Aimloan reputation - What are consumers saying about it?

Posted on: 14th Aug, 2008 12:20 pm
Anyone has experience with aimloan? I'm looking for a lender for my purchase of a property in Orange County, CA. Thanks.
I am not familiar with them. What are they offering that caught your attention or did someone refer you to them?

Brian
Posted on: 14th Aug, 2008 10:29 pm
Even I'm not aware of the services they provide.
Posted on: 15th Aug, 2008 05:43 am
I've been looking for a lender for about a week and I found them thru bankrates.com.

Their quote for a loan amount of $400K, down >20%, 30 fixed, excellent credit, purchase, full documents, impound, in Orange County (CA):
0 point : 6.250%, APR 6.320%, flat fee $1995. This is the quote for today 8/15.

The reason that I like them is beside the reasonable APR, they ask enough information about my status to generate a "customized" GFE which is detailed enough. They guarantee the lender fees but not the the 3rd party fees.
Yet, this is my first house so I want to hear more inputs. Is there anything else I should know/ask ?

Thanks

If anyone knows a RELIABLE/GOOD RATE lender that you want to recommend me, I will also appreciate.
Posted on: 15th Aug, 2008 08:56 am
Hello vudaica.

Welcome back. The above mentioned rates and terms seem good. But if you want to shop and compare lenders then you can seek no-obligation free mortgage quote from the community lenders.

Ask the community if you have any more questions.
Posted on: 16th Aug, 2008 04:04 am
I am refinancing with AIMLoan for the 4th time since 1998. I have found their rates and costs to be competitive and they are responsive to working with a prospect for up to a .25 of a discount point. Also, if the market rate drops .25 point or more they will split that drop with you during the lock-to-close date. Their fees are up front and competitive. Their web site provides a wealth of informationith without having to give up your contact informatation. I don't work for AIM; but, I do live in San Diego and have watched this company grow quite sucsessfully over the past 10 years.
Posted on: 05th Feb, 2009 10:08 pm
Hi, I would love to know how things turned out with Aimloan. I am trying to refinance with them now, and their rates are suspiciously low, which makes me nervous. they seem unprofessional when dealing with them. Any advice would be greatly appreciated ASAP! Thanks so much!!
Posted on: 24th Mar, 2009 08:12 am
Lot of people have complaints against them. I Guess you should research about them and then take out a loan. As far as rates are concerned, it is quite low right now. You can check out with other lenders before accepting their offer.
Posted on: 24th Mar, 2009 09:26 pm
if i were simply a consumer and had no experience in the field of lending; and i found that a company was "unprofessional" in any way, i would run as fast as Usain Bolt did in the last olympics. having knowledge, however, in the field of lending, i would run away even faster than that!

run, do not walk, if you don't feel you're being treated well.
Posted on: 28th Mar, 2009 05:23 am
I've done two loans with AIMloan over the last 3 years and have been pleased with both. my last loan was a refi and took a bit longer to close given their volume, but they extended the interest rate float at no charge.

they were very professional both times and I enjoyed working with both my loan processors. Both very responsive and replied to all my e-mails within 24 hours.
Posted on: 02nd Apr, 2009 11:05 pm
something has gone awry, then, seth. it could simply be different sets of loan officers, processors, underwriters, etc. not everyone within a company is on the same wavelength in terms of the service they provide.
Posted on: 03rd Apr, 2009 11:22 am
How interesting that most of the negative comments about aimloan are from mortgage brokers. Is it a possibility that they are taking away business from these middle men? Think - car salesmen. Gosh, could we actually survive without them? I am in the process of getting a loan from them (aimloan) for a refi and have only good things to say about them. AND haven't found ANYONE able to beat their prices!
Posted on: 13th May, 2009 01:02 pm
i would imagine that they'd be pleased to get a testimonial from you, happy.
Posted on: 13th May, 2009 01:23 pm
George - I am having lots of issues trying to refinance with AIM loan. All my paperwork and financials are in order. They just seem to be asking for stuff one document at a time. And finally with 4 days to go before the rate lock expires, she is asking me to pay .25points ($475) for extending the rate lock by 7 days ($750 if extending by 15 days).

What are my options at this point?
Posted on: 31st Aug, 2009 10:19 pm
you have lots of options, don't you? couldn't you simply switch to another lender?

as for the rate lock...when a rate expires, it is customary for there to be a charge for an extension...some higher, some lower.

if you feel like you are about to go to closing, then it makes sense to stick it out...try to negotiate your extension fee, though.
Posted on: 01st Sep, 2009 06:44 am
How did the loan turn out? I am refinancing with them right now. They admitted they were slow getting my loan underwritten. They extended the rate lock when asked. Closing is tomorrow. So far they have been very responsive. The rate & loan cost was definitely the best around at the time.
Posted on: 14th Sep, 2009 04:04 pm
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