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Smart Mortgage Centers is an Illinois home mortgage company with an outstanding reputation - a reputation built on honesty, trust, and a commitment to ethical lending practices while delivering low mortgage rates. We have been in business for over 18 years, helped thousands of borrowers, and have funded billions in home loans over the years. In fact, we are one of the preferred mortgage companies of the Better Business Bureau. We've assisted families across Illinois to find the perfect home loan for their needs. Even if your credit is less than perfect, we can most likely help you qualify for a new mortgage at low interest rates.
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