How Prospect Will Continue Doing Business

First of all, I’d like to say that I hope you all are staying safe out there amid the spreading threat of COVID-19. Business aside, this is a serious issue that folks should be respecting: stay inside when possible, wash your hands constantly, and don’t touch your face (I’m sure you already know all that). In terms of our operations at Prospect Home Finance, business will be more-or-less standard…

 

As we discussed in our article about Coronavirus’s effect on mortgage rates, it’s not all bad news. When global news gets worse - i.e. more threatening, dangerous, anxiety-inducing - mortgage rates tend to improve due to changes in investor confidence; they’re more likely to pour their money into the mortgage market, instead of stocks. This is why rates have been hovering near ALL-TIME lows. They aren’t at that lowest level at the time of writing this, but they could easily return to those lows this week.

 

How will Prospect stay open?

 

If you’re wondering whether Prospect will continue to assist with home financing, the answer is yes! Luckily, our industry is mostly digital as is. Loans can be pieced together with documents supplied through our online portal. We will be transitioning our employees to at-home work in order to stay safe, while still offering the same services as before.

 

Our services still include email correspondence about potential home finances, free rate quotes, loan origination and guidance to make sure you’re set up with the best loan on a quick timeline.

 

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The point? Don’t sleep on checking home finance rates now. Stay safe from COVID-19, but continue monitoring www.prospectinstantquote.com for potential financial benefits each day. We’ll keep that updated for you. You can also call in to 858-605-0952, and we are happy to assist you. Thanks!

 

Jason Vondrak

CEO

Prospect Financial Group

948 Garnet Avenue

San Diego, CA 92109

NMLS: 349089 | BRE: 01837707

Jason Vondrak has been in the mortgage industry since 2004 and co-founded the mortgage brokerage Prospect Financial Group in 2006 in San Diego, California. Today he serves as President and CEO of Prospect Financial Group and the president and founder of Prospect Property Group, a real estate development company, established in 2012.

"I've had the privilege to serve in an industry that exists to ensure homeownership remains among the top priorities of government and citizens alike. Over the years, it has been a pleasure working alongside homeowners, real estate professionals, and business associates combining efforts and teaming up to help homeowners realize the dream of home ownership."