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Beth Lewis

SVP of Mortgage Lending

Office Phone:
847.274.9745
Fax:
312.500.8897
Email:
[email protected]

CrossCountry Mortgage
909 Davis Street, Suite 500 Office 110
Evanston, IL 60201

NMLS219774


About Beth

Think of Beth Lewis as a personal mortgage shopper. She’ll sort through racks and racks of home financing options until she finds exactly the right style and fit for her clients.

And like any good fashion consultant, she won’t dance around the truth. She takes the time to learn about each borrower so she can find the best loan product and finance strategy that fits their lifestyle, priorities and goals — whether they’re buying or refinancing.

That’s how Beth is able to help her clients quickly arrive at her favorite part of the mortgage process: telling them they’re “clear to close.” Everyone loves to hear that, and she knows it’s an emotional moment in someone’s life. She always feels excited and privileged to be a part of it!

With her straightforward, laid-back approach, Beth makes her clients feel comfortable every step of the way. She provides great rates, efficient service and constant communication, which is the key to removing the mystery and fear from home lending.

Borrowers can feel confident in Beth’s ability to help them secure a loan. She has been originating mortgages in the Chicago area for 18 years and has become a fixture in Scotsman Guide and other industry publications as one of the top originators in the nation.

When it’s time to do some serious shopping, call Beth Lewis!

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Learn more about our 21 day loan process and home loan options as well as utilize some helpful tools and resources.

21 Day Loan Process

We can close most loans in as few as 21 days! Learn about the 5 step process for our program here.

Mortgage Checklist

Make sure you have all the necessary required documents and information during the loan process with this checklist.

Mortgage Calculators

Determine your mortgage payments, refinance savings, and compare renting vs. owning a home.

Renovation Loans

Looking to buy a fixer-upper or want to make repairs to your current home? Learn all about getting started here.

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