William A. Tuning

Loan Factory

Phone: (208) 629-3031

Licensed state: Washington, Idaho


About me

Choosing the right mortgage lender is important. With so many choices, I know it’s important to work with someone you can trust who can help you make an informed, intelligent decision. That’s where I come in – my name is William Tuning and I am here to help you select the loan that works best for you, with the right rates and terms to fit your unique situation. My team and I will help guide you through the mortgage loan process to make it as easy as possible for you and your family. I am proud to be part of Loan Factory. I love being part of a team where our sole focus is providing borrowers with the best experience possible – on time with no surprises. I have been in the mortgage business for over 28 years, and I still get excited when I can help a borrower buy the home of their dreams, reduce a mortgage payment, or just make the mortgage process a little easier. I bring a wide variety of experience to the table, from Senior Management, Credit Unions, Community Banks through Home Lending Officer, but my absolute favorite opportunity is working with borrowers directly to help them finance the home of their dreams! As part of Loan Factory, I am focused on recruiting other lending professionals who are interested in making the American dream of home ownership possible throughout 44 states located in the US as Loan Factory continues to grow with a focus and commitment to provide exceptional service to our borrowers, employees, loan originators and branches, as well as the Real Estate community. Our customers will quickly see that we believe Loan Factory has experienced steady and continuous growth and we attribute our success to innovative, modern business practices. Contact me today, I would love to chat about the opportunities available here at Loan Factory for prospective home owners, refinance borrowers and our Realtor partners. I am a Licensed Loan Officer in Washington State and Idaho and I welcome your call anytime.

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