As a local licensed Independent Colorado Mortgage Broker we are able to provide our clients the full range of mortgage types without the expensive overhead of large national banks and huge advertising expenses, and pass the savings on, while brokering your loan to your ideal investor with affordable rates, terms and costs. If you need additional information and would like to discuss any of the benefits of a customized  FHA, VA, USDA or Conventional Forward Mortgage, Home Equity Line of Credit or a HECM Reverse Mortgage, please call (719) 302-5508 or email us at and schedule an appointment via Zoom or telephone call.

First Time Home Buyer Programs

The 15-Day Quick Close

Bank Deposit Statement Loans of Self-Employed Borrowers

HELOC (Home Equity Line of Credit)

Home Equity Conversion Mortgages (HECM also known as Reverse Mortgages)

Home Equity Conversion Mortgages for Purchasing a Home

Home Equity Conversion Mortgages for a lump sum distribution

Home Equity Conversion Mortgages for a line of credit

Home Equity Conversion Mortgages for monthly payments to the borrower

VA Purchase Loans

VA Streamline Refinance Loans

VA 100% Cash Out Refinance Loans

VA Jumbo Loans

Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARM)

Construction Loans

Conventional Loans

Home Purchase Loans

FHA Loans (Federal Housing Administration Loans)

FHA Streamline Refinance Loans

Jumbo Loans

Investment Property Loans

US Department of Agriculture Purchase Loans (USDA)

USDA Streamline Refinance

Lynn Chase is a licensed Colorado Mortgage Loan Originator (number 100014632) and Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System number 1651156.

Lynn is the founder and broker-owner of The Commercial Loan Arranger, LLC,  licensed by the State of Colorado, and is doing business under the registered trade name of the Age In Place Mortgage Company. The company Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System number NMLS #1790945

The company headquarters is located at 913 Dancing Horse Drive, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80919, and Lynn can be reached at (719) 302-5508 or

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