Making Home Loans Easy – Our New Online Mortgage ApplicationTuesday, January 12, 2021
From shopping to schoolwork, much of what we normally do in person has gone digital due to the pandemic. Now, with the latest technology from American Savings Bank, you can even apply for a mortgage online.
Michelle Luxton, vice president and senior residential loan officer with American Savings Bank’s Private Lending Group recently joined HI Now Daily to talk about our new ASB Online Mortgage Application, which makes it easy and convenient for people to submit an application – anywhere, anytime.
“Due to the pandemic, we’re seeing a lot of people take advantage of the low interest rate environment by purchasing their first, or second home,” says Luxton. “At ASB, we’re dedicated to making banking easy so that we can help make dreams possible for our customers. Our new Online Mortgage Application makes applying for a home loan easier and more convenient than ever before by allowing you to apply for a mortgage from your laptop, phone or tablet anytime, anywhere.”
Applying online is easy as 1, 2, 3!
- Go to mortgage.asbhawaii.com and set up an account.
- You’ll then be asked to enter your information and will even have the optional step of uploading documents from your desktop or by taking a photo on your phone.
- Once you’ve completed all the steps, your selected loan officer or a loan officer from our team will process your application and follow up on pre-qualification and next steps.
The entire process can take just 20 minutes and can be used to finance your dream home or refinance an existing mortgage.
ASB’s team of knowledgeable loan officers are also available to help every step of the way, whether you have questions on the application or need to get a pre-qualification letter to purchase your home.
If you need help with your online application, or simply want to know more about our mortgage loan options, get in touch with someone at ASB. You can visit asbhawaii.com/mortgage or contact one of our helpful loan officers directly by calling (800) 293-2878.