Stafford Financial & Insurance Services
2201 Main Street, Ste. 815
Dallas, TX 75201
Phone (214) 915-0324
Fax: (972) 314-9656
E-mail: info@staffordlends.com

Stafford Financial & Insurance Services
2201 Main Street, Ste. 815
Dallas, TX 75201
Phone (214) 915-0324
Fax: (972) 314-9656
E-mail: info@staffordlends.com

Toll Free: 866-915-0323

Toll Free: 866-915-0323

We Offer Lowest Rates/Fees  -  30 Year Fixed From 3.5% conventional or 3.375% VA/FHA,  20 Year Fixed 3.5%, 15 Year Fixed 2.75%, 5 Year ARM 2.375%, 7/1 ARM 2.75%, 5/1 Jumbo ARM 2.875%, 30 Yr Jumbos 3.875%, 15 YR Jumbos 3.375%. Purchases, Refinance and TX Cash-Outs.  $0 Fee Options @ Low Rates. Call 214-915-0324 For Same Day Custom Quotes On Mortgage Products.

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