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Brian Quigley Denver Mortgage Broker Profile PhotoHello, my name is Brian Quigley and I have been a mortgage broker in Denver, CO since 2003. I have been fortunate enough to choose this very rewarding mortgage broker career and help thousands of borrowers over the years. Customer satisfaction is important to me most, and getting my clients to the closing table smoothly. I am proficient in all types of mortgage financing including FHA/VA, Conventional, USDA, Jumbo, Portfolio, 1031 Exchanges, Reverse Mortgages, Construction loans, and FHA 203K loans.

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Recent News, Articles, and Trends about Mortgages and Lending

Reverse Mortgage Process and Top Myths Explained

In this article we will discuss The process of Getting a Reverse Mortgage & Busting the Top Myths Associated with It. A reverse mortgage is a home equity loan that is offered to senior homeowners that are 62 years old or above. Rather than making monthly payments to the lender, the borrower receives mortgage payments in return for a part of their equity in the home. This gives seniors a running income at a time when they need it the most. Therefore, it is no surprise that a reverse mortgage has become known as a type of retirement planning for seniors that own a home. All such loans are insured by the FHA (Federal Housing Administration) and are found to be beneficial by people who: Do not wish to move from their current residence Have trouble affording the maintenance of their home and paying for insurance and taxes Want [...]

By |November 8th, 2018|Mortgages and Lending|

Why Reverse Mortgage is the Right Loan Option for Seniors

Many seniors find it difficult to manage their finances because of the absence of a running income. Buying a home at this stage seems to be extremely unlikely as gathering funds become a challenge. While there are many financing options available, all of them will require you to make regular mortgage payments, which is simply not possible without a constant cash flow coming in. So, what do you do in such a situation? Is there no way you can find a peaceful abode for yourself? Fortunately, there are home financing options available especially for seniors that make owning a home possible. The Home Equity Conversion Mortgage for Purchase (H4P) is an example of a reverse mortgage that is deemed to be an ideal solution for seniors looking to own a house. In this article, we will discuss why the HECM for Purchase is considered to be the most effective [...]

By |November 8th, 2018|Mortgages and Lending|


3 TIPS TO ACCESS DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE FUNDS ON BUYING YOUR NEXT HOME In a higher interest rate environment, it is imperative that a resourceful Colorado Mortgage Broker have the products available to serve the market extensively for First Time Home Buyers. Increased rates lead to higher payments. A strong housing market leads to higher home prices. The ripple effect hits the buyer right in the pocket. Even with some loan programs as low as 3% down, many first time home buyers do not have the necessary financial capability to be able to come to closing with the required funds. With the U.S Savings Rate at 6.6% annually, not to factor in the cost of inflation, it might be fiscally responsible to try to get a Federal Grant for your Down Payment. Especially if your money is working for you, and earning a good return, why pull it out [...]

By |October 2nd, 2018|Mortgages and Lending|

3 TIPS to get your Self Employed Bank Statement Mortgage Loan Approved

In 2018 it is now more easier then ever to get a mortgage loan for your self employed business in Colorado. With as little as 2 months bank statements, you might be able to buy the home of your dreams. Yes 2 months bank statements. As long as we have a valid CPA letter with a P&L, and your business has been organized with the state for at least 2 years, we could underwrite that loan. The non QM (Qualified-Mortgage) market is exploding, as this was a market that has been neglected since the housing crisis of 2007. And for good reason you are thinking. Well, hold on. Most of those loans in 2007/2008 that defaulted and went into foreclosure were from no doc borrowers or very limited documentation. These "stated" loans, or "no doc" loans all defaulted and with good reason. They had no ability [...]

By |September 20th, 2018|Mortgages and Lending|
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Colorado Living Articles

3 Reasons Why I Live In And Love LoHi Denver, COLORADO

When I moved from New York, I didn't want to lose my urban roots, so I automatically gravitated to a NY Style loft located in the Highlands area of Denver, CO. in a small neighborhood called LoHi. I just really appreciate an open-air floor plan with high ceilings, exposed duct work, and brick. A true city feel. The real estate in Highlands has been consistently appreciating since I moved to the neighborhood in 2009. There was literally no retail when I moved here then. A run down Kung-Fu Studio was where one of the best bars in the world is now, Williams &Graham, a renowned speakeasy serving specialty cocktails in a prohibition-era atmosphere with a secret entrance and alley exit. The multi-family developers have landed here in a huge way. Dickinson Plaza on 32nd Avenue, which housed the Laughing Latte Coffee Shop, Fat Jacks's Super Subs, and 420 Friendly [...]

By |March 31st, 2018|Colorado Living|
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Colorado Real Estate Market

Colorado’s Market Forecast Q4 2018 and Beyond

With mortgage rates in Colorado and nationwide at 7-year highs, many are wondering what is in store for the housing market in 2019 and beyond. We have all been spoiled with low interest rates since the refinance boom in the early 2000's.  Many of us, myself included, entered this industry during that boom, and enjoyed the low rates up until 2007-2008, when the housing crisis dismantled everything, leading us into a recession. The non-QM market is booming The writing is already on the wall. The non-QM market is booming. Self-employed borrowers are finally getting the break that they wanted with easier qualifications, unlike the stated, no doc loans of the past, they are getting approved based on the strength of their income via bank statements. The 40-year mortgage is back, even 50-year mortgage, and interest only payments are being talked about during pre-approvals for new loan submissions. [...]

By |October 2nd, 2018|Colorado Real Estate Market|

Denver Real Estate Market Update – April 2017

Are you looking to get into the Denver housing market? You’re not the only one. In an ultra-competitive market such as ours, a mortgage broker like myself can help you gain the advantage you need. The Denver real estate market continued its red-hot ways last month and there is no sign of a slow-down in sight. Per an article on Westword, an increasing number of people are flocking to the Denver area and buying homes. These people are all competing for the market’s supply, resulting in several bidding wars and plenty sold-above-asking deals. In fact, the article notes that demand is currently so high that agents are now putting “coming soon” signs on front lawns before the “for sale” signs go up. In March 2017 in particular, the number of homes sold in the Denver area increased by 36% from the previous month for a total of 4,347 units. [...]

By |May 15th, 2017|Colorado Real Estate Market|
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Finance News and Articles

FHA Loan Rules for Borrowers after Filing Bankruptcy

The subprime mortgage industry collapsed in 2008, which also coincided with the crippling US recession. The recession triggered massive financial and economic repercussions felt by millions of Americans. Unemployment rate in the country doubled from five to a jaw-dropping ten percent. As a result, the total wealth or assets of an estimated 65 percent of Americans declined. Moreover, foreclosures and short sales skyrocketed, along with many people facing a bankruptcy. Also, keep in mind that non-business related foreclosures and bankruptcies reached an all time high in 2010. The number of foreclosures and bankruptcies reached more than 1.5 million. In the years since then, fortunately, the economy underwent improvement. More Americans are now getting back on their feet from a financial perspective. Why Bankruptcy and Foreclosure is No Longer an Impediment to Loans The good news is that bankruptcy and foreclosure are no longer the stigmatizing force they once were. [...]

By |October 11th, 2018|Finance|

Buying a Home to Use as a Rental Property: Benefits and Considerations

We have had numerous discussions with entrepreneurs and salaried individuals who concluded that they have to diversify their profits and income into more than merely a savings account. In case you are one of those people – you have to pay close attention. Although being an owner of a rental property is not as glamorous as it may seem, it is one of the most effective ways to accumulate wealth in the long run, in particular for the entrepreneurial-minded. There are many benefits and perks to owning a rental property, and one of the major attractions is that it provides an excellent source of regular passive income. For many property owners, the pride of ownership might be a big part of the allure as well. It could be rewarding to confidently and efficiently manage and make decisions about the property that you own. On the other hand, some might be [...]

By |September 6th, 2018|Finance|
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Brian and his team were amazing! We had a very difficult and complex refinance and they worked there magic and got us to the finish line. I would highly recommend Brian for your lending needs. He's the best!

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Brian was very informative, answered our questions, kept us in the loop. Got back to us promptly when we contacted him each time. Much improved experience around communication than we received in the past with other lenders. We felt secure that he would not have let our mortgage request progress if he was not sure that we had a good chance at achieving the loan. His high level of experience with mortgages shows.

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I worked with Brian on some real estate transactions to help my buyers/ clients. Brian is very professional and helpful. Brian can solve problems and get thru difficult situations. Brian can guide you thru the process. I highly recommend Brian to provide mortgage services.

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I am a wholesale lender and working with Brian has been awesome! He understands the business and how to package a good, clean package that can close quickly for his clients. My company (Endeavor America) definitely likes Brian's loans!

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Brian is an excellent loan originator. He is prompt and will work very hard to make sure to get you the best deal you can possibly get. When you work with Brian you will know your loan process will be handled quickly and efficiently.