A home loans company in Anaheim Hills, Calif., has launched a Web site to offer consumers information on mortgage options.

The company’s site, www.newstarthomeloans.com, offers consumer reports on a range of topics, including: “Biggest Blunders You Can Make When Buying a Home”; “Ten Questions You Must Ask When Interviewing a Mortgage Lender”; “Do’s and Don’ts While Your Mortgage Loan is in Progress”; and “Bi-Weekly Mortgage Savings: Bargain or Rip-Off?”

The company’s Web site also provides information about 15- and 30-year fixed-rate mortgages.

“With new-home purchase and mortgage research so comprehensive, it is essential that we not only offer consumers our tools and services, but online resources to keep them informed of the facts most relevant to their investment decision,” New Start Home Loans owner Brad Byrnes said in a statement. “My approach has always been to educate the buyer in every current and future aspect of the lending process. I am able to easily qualify borrowers who have been turned down by other lenders because of this approach.”

New Start Home Loans specializes in new home purchases and diverse mortgage refinance options; they also offer niche loan programs for borrowers unable to qualify due to low credit scores.

Among the company’s offerings: 100 percent financing for investment properties, .05 percent interest option adjustable-rate mortgages, and bad-credit borrower approvals.

The site also offers a report titled “Home Mortgage Secrets Revealed” that is a 12-lesson course covering more than 20 topics about new home loans, refinancing and real estate. Among the subjects covered in the report: How to buy a home with no cash, questions to ask when selecting a broker, and how to avoid expensive pitfalls when “trading up” for your next home.

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