Founded in 1999, Lenox Financial Mortgage Corporation dba (“doing business as”) WesLend Financial (Lenox/WesLend)has two decades of experience in providing simple mortgage loan solutions.
Lenox Financial offers fixed rate loans, adjustable rate mortgage (ARM) loans, FHA loans, VA loans, and USDA loans. In addition, the company offers "no closing cost loans."
Offering both home purchase and home refinance options for a wide range of borrowers, Lenox Financial seeks to establish connections and communication with each customer to help them find the best mortgage solutions.
Attention: Lenox Financial Mortgage Corporation is most widely known under the WesLend Financial name.
Lenox Financial Mortgage Corporation does business as WesLend Financial in 32 states, while Lenox Financial itself only serves seven states.
Lenox Financial offers conventional loans, as well as government-backed loans, providing borrowers with a variety of loan options:
A Lenox Financial mortgage professional will work with you to choose the best loan type based on your needs and finances.
Although mortgage rates change daily based on the market, Lenox Financial consistently offers rates that are much lower than you might see with a larger online mortgage lender, such as Quicken Loans.
*Current rates on 7/14/2021. Rates are subject to change.
It is important to note that the interest rate you will qualify for depends upon various financial factors, such as your credit score and debt-to-income ratio (DTI). In most cases, the lowest advertised rates will only be available to those with excellent credit, a strong credit history, and the ability to pay at least 20 percent down on their loan.
To simplify the mortgage process further, Lenox Financial has a "no closing cost home loan" option, allowing you to skip the closing costs on your mortgage — a unique practice in the mortgage industry.
To determine whether you are eligible for this loan product, you will need to get a quote which can be completed quickly on either the Lenox Financial Mortgage Corporation or WesLend Financial websites.
Approval for this home loan product is not guaranteed, and no closing costs options are not available in Washington.
Lenox Financial understands that your financial circumstances may change over time, affecting your ability to make your monthly payment. For this reason, the company offers various home loan assistance options.
If you foresee that your financial circumstances will change in the future, or they’ve changed suddenly, you must call Lenox Financial and submit required forms and documentation to qualify for an option to avoid foreclosure.
After calling and speaking with a company representative, you can email or mail your forms and documents to Lenox Financial. Once received, appropriate relief options will be discussed and approved.
Lenox Financial provides three calculators to help you plan out your mortgage expenses and prepare for your home purchase or refinance:
While Lenox Financial is licensed under its name in only seven states:
If you don't reside in any of the states listed above you will need to look into other mortgage lender options. However, Lenox Financial dba WesLend Financial is licensed in 32 states.
Lenox Financial doesn’t have a jumbo loan option available at this time.
For its conventional loan products (e.g., a fixed rate loan), Lenox Financial requires a 5 percent minimum down payment. This is higher than many other lenders, particularly large online mortgage companies, which typically require a 3 percent minimum down payment on a conventional mortgage loan.
However, first-time homebuyers may qualify for a 3 percent down payment with Lenox Financial.