Closed on our first home his morning and the process went great. Jay and his team do an outstanding job with communication and explaining everything along the way. For a first time buyer, they do a great job with every single step in the process.
Hurst got me a great deal. I bought a new home so initially I dealt with the builder’s “preferred lender.” I told my builder’s “preferred lender” what Hurst’s offer was and he stated “sounds too good to be true, you sure he has everything included in his gfe?” Well, it was true and I couldn’t be happier!
He beat our builder’s lender’s offer, was a whole lot easier and nicer to work with, answered our questions, and we closed on time. AND we got to work with Aggies all around.
We closed on our house with Jay in November. He did a great job for us as well. We had a few issues that were out of the ordinary, and he helped us get through underwriting on time and close on the original date.
Founded by Jay Hurst and Scott Bialek, Hurst Lending & Insurance is still managed Jay, Scott and their families. While the mortgage industry is known for high turnover rates, Hurst Lending is recognized for providing consistent, personal service to our customers. That’s why more than 70% of our mortgage and insurance business is from repeat or referred customers!
Jay Hurst & Family
Scott Bialek & Family
Texas Aggie Heritage
Hurst Lending is proud to be a part of the Texas A&M community. Co-founder Jay Hurst (’00), investor Dat Nguyen (’98), senior manager of loan processing Sonja Zadel (’93) and several other employees and investors have degrees from Texas A&M.
Hurst Lending has been named twice among the 100 fastest-growing Aggie companies.
Out of a desire to serve the Texas A&M community, Hurst Lending & Insurance created a division called AgsReward, which offers an Aggie Realtor Referral program, apartment loans, and other mortgage and insurance offers particularly relevant to the Aggie family. AgsReward is a sponsor and active participant on the Real Estate Forum on TexAgs.com.
Almost anyone whose mortgage is more than 2 years old can save money by refinancing at current interest rates.
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- Take cash out for home improvements
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