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FBC Mortgage

Your Town. Your Home. Your Lender.

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#18 Large Company

FBC Mortgage, LLC, a Sterne Agee Group Company, is a National Mortgage Lender headquartered in Orlando. FBC focuses on providing its customers and business partners with industry-best service. Many of the nation's largest real estate firms and builders work with FBC, as well as a large referral base of satisfied past customers. We offer a wide array of competitive mortgage products with expertise in every area of residential mortgage lending, from purchasing to refinancing to construction lending.

FBC's seasoned leadership team and leading technology will help navigate you through the lending process. Whether you're looking for online services or old-fashioned face-to-face meetings, we have a division that can serve your needs. FBC has been the recipient of several prestigious awards, and we pride ourselves on being a valuable partner in the communities we serve. We look forward to working with our partners, clients and the communities we serve to provide the right mortgage in the most convenient and professional manner possible.

Licensed Mortgage Lender NMLS#152859

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