Welcome to the official site of Sequoia Mortgage. We are a full-service mortgage company based in Houston, Texas.  Sequoia Mortgage was founded with the core belief that we can provide a better and more personalized experience to every customer we are priviledged to serve.

Our specialties include FHA, VA, and Conventional loans anywhere in Texas.  Our common-sense underwriting is a great benefit to our borrowers, and our ability to get loans approved down to a FICO score of 500 are helping more people realize their dream of home ownership.  

We offer the following programs:

FHA | VA | Conventional | Jumbo | USDA 

Contact Sequoia Mortgage today to discuss your mortgage loan options, and find out which loan program will best suit your needs.

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Recent Articles

Jul
17
2019
Mortgage 101: For How Long is My Pre-Approval Valid?
Getting pre-approved for a mortgage puts you at a significant advantage when shopping for a home. A pre-approval letter can sometimes be the key factor that makes a seller choose your offer over another. Since pre-approval is so advantageous, you want to make sure that it's still valid...
Jul
10
2019
Read This Before You Buy A Foreclosure
One popular way to get the most home for your money to buy a foreclosed property. The home loan application is the same as another type of home purchase but there are a few key differences that you need to be aware of. The first thing you need to know is that there are two ways to buy a foreclosure....
Jul
03
2019
Lesser-Known Tricks To Sell Your House --Fast!
Selling your home fast takes more than luck.  It involves thoughtful planning and a few professional tricks that'll help convince homebuyers to make an offer quickly. We asked our real estate agent friends for their best and lesser-known advice on how to sell a home --fast! Here is...
Jun
26
2019
3 Numbers That Matter The Most on Home Loan Applications
There are three numbers that matter the most when it comes to a home loan application. They are your credit score, your debt-to-income ratio, and your loan-to-value ratio. These specific numbers matter because they affect your ability to qualify for a home loan as well as your interest...