US Mortgage Launches Program to Help Government Workers During Shutdown

US Mortgage Launches Emergency Home Buying and Refinance Program to Help Government Workers Currently Furloughed or Working without Pay. Program also open to all Civil Servants.
MELVILLE, N.Y. - Jan. 18, 2019 - PRLog -- US Mortgage Corporation Offering Waived Fees for Government Employees

As the partial shutdown of the government has become the longest in US history, US Mortgage Corporation is offering support to government employees who have been impacted.

Soon to be celebrating their 25th anniversary, US Mortgage Corporation will work with Government employees, whose income has been disrupted because of the shutdown, to waive all lender origination fees. Understanding that every situation is different, the Company hopes to alleviate financial stress for those who plan to buy a home or refinance their current mortgage.

"Politics aside, our belief is that everyone deserves a roof over their head," said Scott Milner, President of US Mortgage Corporation. "We hope during these tough times that we can lessen the financial impact and still be able to help everyone make it home." The shutdown, which entered its 28th day Friday, has made many of its federal employees turn to food pantries to feed their families.

US Mortgage Corporation will be offering this assistance to lessen the financial drain. Customers should call 631-580-2600 to speak with a team member or visit to learn more.

About US Mortgage Corporation

Since 1994, our key focus is on educating first time home buyers, saving people money through refinances, giving people the opportunity for a better life through reverse mortgages, and above all education and transparency. To learn more, visit

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