MD338

NFM Branch New Market, MD

164 West Main St., Unit #A, New Market, MD 21774 | NMLS# 1746855 Apply Now Contact

About Us

Welcome to NFM Lending, America’s Common Sense Lender. We serve the local community, as well as communities across the nation, by providing flexible mortgage solutions for prospective and current homeowners. Our broad range of loan products ensures that there’s something to offer everyone. I encourage you to browse my page and take note of the useful information and helpful tools. Should you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me. I look forward to working with you!

Loan Tools

Here are some useful links to get you started in the loan process.

Testimonials

5.0

Jul 2018

Reviewed by Scott G, Rolesville, NC

"The team was extremely responsive to the plethora of questions we had! They helped make a stressful process bearable, almost enjoyable! "

5.0

Jul 2018

Reviewed by Miriam D, Washington, DC

"everyone and every contact whether by email or phone was pleasant, friendly and incredibly helpful. the system for completing the process was so easy I was amazed. staff were willing to answer questions and concerns in complete and effective manner. "

5.0

Jul 2018

Reviewed by Megan W, Frederick, MD

"Jason, Amy, and team made this process a great experience. They were there at each step and always available to answer my questions. Great job!!!"

5.0

Jun 2018

Reviewed by Alicia M, Mount Airy, MD

"Jason worked hard to make sure our loan process went smoothly. He was easy to reach when we had questions. It was obvious he had our best interests at heart. We will definitely use him again for our future loan needs. "

5.0

Jun 2018

Reviewed by Stavros G, Union Bridge, MD

"Fabulous Response to Needs Fantastic Communication w/ All Points Phenomenal​ Service"

5.0

Jun 2018

Reviewed by Matthew M, Silver Spring, MD

"From beginning to end you guys were with us. From fast responses to keeping the team updated I could not ask for anything more. We didn’t close right away and even if there was nothing significant occurring or milestones that had to be met Jason and his team stayed connected to the process and fully engaged. Thanks Guys. As first time home buyers your support and knowledge was invaluable. "

Blog

Emotions of Selling Your Home Blog

Emotions of Selling Your Home

Whether it’s time to down/up-size or your job requires you to move, buying a new house can be exciting. However, that doesn’t mean selling your current home will be easy. You might not realize how strong your emotional connection really is until you start the home selling process. Here are a …
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Save on Energy Costs this Winter

Save on Energy Costs this Winter

Winter can be such a beautiful time of year, but hard on your wallet. Don’t worry if you can’t afford major improvement projects to make your home more energy efficient. Keep your money in the bank by using these tips to help save on energy costs this winter. Bundle up in long sleeves, sweats…
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Master Sergeant Paul Franks

NFM Lending salutes Paul Franks, USA, Retired

LINTHICUM, MD, November 1, 2018— NFM Lending is pleased to honor Master Sergeant Paul Franks, USA, Retired, as the NFM Salute for November 2018. MSG Franks joined the US Army out of Birmingham, Alabama in March 1984. After completing basic and individual training to become a Tactical Telecommun…
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What is a DTI Ratio

What is a Debt-To-Income Ratio?

During the homebuying process, you’ll come across many terms, such as debt-to-income (DTI) ratio. This ratio allows your lender to see the balance you have between your income and your debts. You need to understand your DTI ratio, so you can be in the best financial standing before applying for…
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Contact Me

NFM Branch MD338

NMLS ID#:
1746855

Phone:
240-367-9525

Email:
jfox@nfmlending.com

Address:
164 West Main St., Unit #A, New Market, MD 21774

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