The Brookwood Partners with MetLife to Offer New Mortgage Options

August 3, 2009
The Brookwood

The Brookwood, Atlanta’s first environmentally-friendly high-rise residence, announced a partnership with MetLife that will offer attractive mortgage options from a trusted lender.MetLife Home Loans, a division of MetLife Bank, N.A., is new to the Atlanta mortgage market yet is known for its competitive rates, professional and personalized services and easy application process. Backed by the stability of the MetLife family of businesses, MetLife Bank is a federally chartered bankthat offers a variety of loans, including Fixed and Adjustable Rate Mortgages, FHA and VA loans and more.

At The Brookwood, MetLife is meeting the demands of condominium owners by offering 30-year fixed, conventional loans. MetLife’s offering is important because the company has the flexibility to structure loans so homeowners may close at their convenience, without meeting the Fannie Mae pre-sale requirements. This structure is both beneficial to homeowners and to our cooperative agent partners, who have clients with immediate homeownership needs.

For more information on The Brookwood’s preferred lending arrangement with MetLife, please contact Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty Sales Associates Mike Riley or Judie Mattie at 404.874.7888 or check our web site at TheBrookwood.Net

The Brookwood opened in May, 2009, with 2, 3 & 4 bedroom residences at surprisingly attractive Founders Club pricing. The Brookwood is located at the intersection of Peachtree Street and 28th Street.


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