We’re Hawkins Mortgage Group at First United.

Michael Hawkins has more than 15 years of experience as a loan officer, and he continues to establish himself as a trusted and nationally ranked expert in the mortgage business. He is proficient in Super Jumbo, Jumbo, VA, FHA, Conventional, as well as One Time and Two Time Close Construction loans, and he is highly recommended by some of Oklahoma and Texas’ top real estate agents, builders, CPAs and financial planners. His experience and vast knowledge of the business allows him to guide borrowers through the loan process and ensure their expectations are not only met, but exceeded.

Known for being an astute businessman, Michael is passionate about ensuring his clients receive the absolute best financial advice. He works tirelessly to personalize his service and match clients with the best loan program for them, and he doesn’t give up — even on the toughest loans. That’s why he was voted D Magazine’s “Best Loan Officers” and Texas Monthly’s “Five Star Award Winner.” In 2009 Michael was a member of the President’s Club, and he was a member of the Chairman’s Club with First United Bank in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.

Hawkins Mortgage Group is supported by First United’s in-house processing, underwriting and closing, all backed by secondary markets and a management team that is second to none. Give Michael a call today to let him help you with your loan needs.

Whether you want to build a new home, purchase an existing property or refinance your present home or rental property, we have the loan that will fit your specific needs.

We offer:

  • Quick Approval with no application fee
  • First-time home buyer loans
  • Flexible financing options
  • Construction to permanent loans
  • FHA, VA and USDA loans
  • Jumbo loans
  • Debt consolidations

Hawkins Mortgage Team is supported by First United’s in-house processing, underwriting and closing. Contact Michael today to let him help you with your loan needs.

Apply online now!

Advertisements
%d bloggers like this: