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7001 Corporate Drive Ste 100A
Houston, TX 77036
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We are a group of experienced professionals specialized in residential mortgage lending. We offer various programs for you to choose from. Customer-oriented services will let your home financing experience be better than ever before.

  • Purchase, Refinance and/or Cash Out
  • Low Closing Cost or No Closing Cost
  • Reliable On-Time Closing




Things To Do in Houston, TX

Houston Zoo

Houston Zoo

Explore the attractions at the Houston Zoo and comeface-to-face with thousands of animals representing hundreds of species. Download the iPhone app for a totally cool educational experience, and catch a "meet the keeper talk" to see zoo animals in action with their keepers.

(713) 533-6500
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McGonigel's Mucky Duck

McGonigel's Mucky Duck

Duck into an authentic Irish style pub, where live music, pints and lip-smacking pub food rule the evening. McGonigel's Mucky Duck is a nightlife spot in Houston that's celebrated for its Irish nights featuring open calls for musicians and Irish dancers to entertain the crowd.

(713) 528-5999
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Bowlmor Houston

Bowlmor Houston

Indulge in an evening of bowling with a twist. The owners have spared no expense at Bowlmor Houston, an upscale bowling center and hot spot with plush lounge seating, a full-service bar and multimedia screens. The menu features restaurant-style appetizers and main dishes.

(713) 461-1207
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Texas Renaissance Festival

Texas Renaissance Festival

Grab your tankard and your favorite Lord and Lady and spirit your way to The Texas Renaissance Festival, the nation's largest Renaissance-themed event, with award-winning food and drink, wine and beer, open weekends and the Friday after Thanksgiving day, September through November. This unique festival experience has been named the #1 Best Cultural Festival by USA Today. You will step back in time into a 60-acre 16th century European village filled with kings, queens, knights, nobles, peasants and all manner of fantasy creatures. The festival has 21 stages of continuous entertainment by clowns, acrobats, musicians, dancers, magicians and more. Over 500 shoppes feature the work of master artists and craftspeople from around the world.

(800) 458-3435
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