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We believe that purchasing homes is the best investment one can make for their family and for their future. We are invested in making your investment successful. Whether it’s your first or fiftieth home purchase we are dedicated to do our part in assisting you in reaching your goals with an informed, easy, and safe home buying experience.

LeBaron & Carroll has been a trusted name in the Valley for over 50 years. LeBaron & Carroll Mortgage continues that legacy with your family’s legacy in mind. Today we are thinking about your tomorrows.

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"LeBaron & Carroll was founded to provide a safe and efficient alternative to the standard practices found at many mortgage lenders. We make the mortgage lending process simple, straightforward, and pleasant.

Buying a home is usually the biggest investment one will make, but it is also an exciting milestone of life, so buying your home should be an enjoyable experience. Have you ever heard someone say, 'Remember when we lived in that house on 1st Avenue? Those were great times.' The good memories should start on day one. This is YOUR home, YOUR loan, YOUR life, and we are honored to play a small part."

Scott Merrill

Scott Merrill, President

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NAHB: Builder Confidence Dips on Hurricane Damage

Home builders had less confidence in housing market conditions in September. In the aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, builders worried that ongoing shortages of construction labor and materials would worsen. NAHB Chairman Granger MacDonald said that concerns over labor and building materials were “intensified,” but said that builder confidence was expected to return to high readings once rebuilding is underway.

How Much Is the Right Amount to Commit to Your Down Payment? Let’s Take a Look

Are you thinking about buying a new house or apartment? If you are going to take out mortgage financing, one consideration you will have is your down payment, which is the amount you pay up front in cash to cover some of the purchase cost. Let’s consider a few points that will help you to decide how much is the right amount for your down payment.

What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – September 18, 2017

Last week’s economic readings release included reports on inflation, core inflation retail sales and retail sales excluding autos. Consumer sentiment, along with weekly readings on mortgage rates and new jobless claims were also reported.

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