Lakewood, Colorado-based Solera National Bank expanded its product offering to include residential mortgage origination. The bank, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Solera National Bancorp, will provide competitively priced conventional mortgage products to support purchase and refinancing activities for both owner-occupied and one-to-four family properties. “Solera National Bank continues to expand its products and services in order to build a full-service bank that adds value to our clients and community,” said Solera president and CEO Doug Crichfield, in a statement. He added: “This service rounds out our lending-related product offering by delivering a user-friendly, multiple channel delivery system to meet our clients’ residential mortgage needs.” Solera said it will accept mortgage applications in person, online or over the phone. In addition to residential mortgages, Solera offers other real estate-related financing options including home equity loans and lines of credit, residential mini-perm loans and jumbo loans. Write to Diana Golobay.
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