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United Fidelity Funding Corp
™ Lender

Enrique Fonseca
# 1732122



(773) 954-2957

Office aDDRESS::

326 Alana Drive, New Lenox, IL 60451

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* The advertised rates also assume the borrower fully documents income, assets and liabilities, escrows for taxes and insurance, and there is no subordinate financing.

** While SSN and hard credit pull are not typically required in order to review your available mortgage rates and get pre-qualified, if you choose to continue and submit a loan application, Enrique Fonseca - UFFHL will then request your consent to pull a full credit report in order to proceed.

** Credit approval is based on an automated review of your credit score and the information contained credit report, and is conditioned on (1) you continuing to meet our credit-related underwriting requirements; and (2) your cooperation in providing satisfactory documentation we may request in connection with information contained in your credit report.

UFFHL, NMLS ID # 1732122

Enrique Fonseca

Corporate Office::

326 Alana Drive, New Lenox, IL 60451.

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