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Based in Rockville, MD, American Capital Financial Group is a team of residential mortgage brokers. We are not bank employees, following scripted messages, trying to sell you an “in-house” mortgage product that’s not tailored to your needs. We realize that no two situations are the same; what’s right for your neighbor might not be what’s best for you and your family. We employ a simple, proven approach to every case: listen, learn, and recognize what you want and need, offer easy-to-understand advice on the mortgage product(s) we think will be best for you, then use technology and experience to simplify and guide you through the process, from application through closing and beyond.
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