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About Us

Unifirst Mortgage Corporation has been in business since 1987. Our staff and management has served thousands of customers over the years and takes pride in delivering the right loan at the right time for each and every customer.

Our management team has an average experience level of over 25 years per department manager which means better service to you. We are proud of our long standing friendships and working relationships with many local banks, credit unions and realtors.

Our staff will be courteous, professional and knowledgeable and it is our promise to deliver the highest level of customer service during your loan process. Please check out what our customers are saying about us on the tab to the left.
 
We offer a wide range of loan programs including Conventional, VA, FHA, USDA, PHFA, CHFA and reverse mortgages for both home purchase and refinance loans. We represent most of the major investors in the market which means we can cover just about every scenario available at very competitive rates.  

Be sure to ask us about our StarPay program that will save you thousands and is only available at Unifirst.

Please call today and experience the Unifirst difference.
 

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EU and British flags are adjusted before the EU summit in BrusselsBy Michael Holden and Elizabeth Piper LONDON/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Britain faced angry calls from other European leaders to act quickly to resolve the political and economic chaos unleashed by its vote to leave the European Union which the IMF said could put pressure on global growth. Financial markets recovered slightly on Tuesday after the result wiped a record $3 trillion off global shares and sterling fell to its lowest level in 31 years, but trading was volatile and policymakers vowed to take all necessary measures to protect their economies. British finance minister George Osborne, whose attempt to calm markets fell on deaf ears on Monday, said he would have to cut spending and raise taxes to secure fiscal stability after a third credit ratings agency downgraded the country's debt.