Mortgage Fee Coach is a residential mortgage loan service owned by Dan Stone, who has 25 years of experience in helping borrowers save money on their mortgages. For a one-time fee of $497, we provide access to the most competitive and highest quality mortgage lenders in the industry. With our connections, knowledge, and willingness to help borrowers of any level of sophistication, our company saves our clients’ time and money, and takes the stress out of the process.
- Save Time: We shop lenders, compare rates, and obtain lower fees for you.
- Save Money: Our customers’ average savings is $10,000+.
- Enjoy Peace Of Mind: Unlike a broker, our company receives NO compensation from lenders or affiliates.
- Trust An Advocate: We work solely on YOUR behalf throughout the process.
About Dan Stone
For more than 25 years, I was the "go to" guy for friends and family members who were going through the home buying and refinancing process. I used my industry knowledge and expertise to help them save $1,000's on their transactions. For people who don't have a trusted advocate like me, the home buying and mortgage loan process can be scary and sometimes even result in financial loss. I realized that services like these were needed by everyone seeking a mortgage loan--especially first-time home buyers. So, I decided to create a service to help all residential borrowers.
My goal is to help you save time and money, and experience peace of mind during the mortgage process. My mission is to provide you with enough information and education so you can relax in the face of borrowing fears that feel like, “Wow, it’s SO much money and the process is SO complicated!”
My vision is to change the tarnished mortgage lending industry image one satisfied borrower at a time.
I have two amazing kids, a son at a top-100 internet company and a developmentally disabled daughter. I enjoy spending time with family and friends, playing sports and other Southern California activities, advocating for the developmentally disabled, and giving to charitable organizations, such as the Roosters Foundation, http://www.roostersfoundation.org/.