Pathwayapproved.com owned by Pathway Mortgage LLC is a free information source to consumers and does not charge you, the consumer for our industry-leading guides, cutting-edge tools, or up-to-date lending news. In fact, we don't charge you at all for using our site. There is no cost to submit a loan application or quote, and read about all the different program and product options.
If you choose to proceed to apply for a residential through this website you will not be charged any fees and be under no obligation by using this website.
How Does Pathway Mortgage LLC make money?
After using our free information and services on our website, if you choose to do a formal loan application with Pathway Mortgage LLC we generate revenue through lender paid compensation from one of our banks or wholesale lending partners. After completing a formal loan application you will get to select from a list of different lender partners and loan program options that best fits your particular residential home loan needs. Once you close and fund your residential mortgage loan through your selected lender, the partnered bank or lender will then pay Pathway Mortgage LLC compensation for originating the home loan. The other way Pathway Mortgage LLC makes money is through borrower paid compensation. It is similar to the lender paid compensation, you still select the lender or bank that best meets your mortgage needs, however, instead of the lender/bank paying compensation the borrower can choose to pay Pathway Mortgage LLC. On some loans Pathway Mortgage LLC an charge the borrower a administrative fee and borrower paid compensation. These are the ways that Pathway Mortgage LLC receives compensation. All borrowers are made fully aware of the compensation that will be received to Pathway Mortgage LLC by helping to originate the residential mortgage loan. All compensation made by Pathway Mortgage LLC is fully disclosed to all clients. Compensation for originating a loan is never paid by a borrower directly to Pathway Mortgage LLC. Pathway Mortgage receives all compensation at the time of loan closing and funding.