Delaware : Lender License# 022084 
Florida : MBR2687 
Maryland : Mortgage Lender License# 22262 
Pennsylvania : Licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Banking under Mortgage license #57568 
Tennessee : Mortgage License# 130037 
Colorado: NMLS# 1470464. Regulated by the Colorado Division of Real Estate. 

North Carolina : B-175922

South Carolina-DCA
Michigan: MI- FL0020510 

Mortgage loans are available in the United States only, and currently not available in Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico or Virgin Islands. Loan inquiries and applications will be referred to a Loan Officer who is licensed in the property state. Equal Housing Lender. Oceans Lending is located at 6 North Park Drive, Suite 108, Hunt Valley, MD 21030, 800-225-9730. Oceans Lending LLC, NMLS ID #1470464 ( is a Delaware limited liability company.
This is not an offer for extension of credit or a commitment to lend. Loans are currently being closed and committed at the expressed rates, however these rates may change or may not be available at the time of your loan lock-in, commitment or closing. All loans must satisfy company underwriting guidelines, interest rates and APRs are based on recent market rates, are for informational purposes only, are subject to change without notice and may be subject to pricing add-ons related to property type, loan amount, loan-to-value ratio, credit score and other variables. Terms and conditions apply. Additional loan programs may be available. This is not an offer to enter into a rate lock agreement under any applicable law. Call for details. Our Loan Officers are dedicated to helping you with your home financing needs.

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