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Florida Home Mortgages And Helpful Solutions

It is the mission of Arco Financial to provide education and guidance during the mortgage process for past, current, and future homeowners. We will be the source of up-to-date mortgage industry information and maintain highly regarded ongoing relationships with our clients and business partners. We are committed to sustaining a superior level of integrity and excellence so that our clients feel empowered to make important financial decisions.

Vision Statement

Our vision is to be the most reliable and sound broker of Florida home mortgages by being the most trustworthy financing source for our clients and referral partners, becoming the top-of-mind choice for all their mortgage financing needs.

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Who We Are

Arco Financial is an all-inclusive mortgage brokerage firm catering to individuals who need lending solutions for all aspects of their Real Estate needs. With over 20 years of experience in Finance and Real Estate, we understand the complexity of the mortgage industry rules and regulations. We assist our clients in understanding the process in a simple-to-follow format.

Headquartered in the greater Orlando area we provide value-added Mortgage Brokerage services across the state of Florida. We can assist in all aspects of your home purchase from beginning to end.

Inquire with our team about our commitment to excellence and diligence that sets us apart from other companies.

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Answers To Frequently Asked Questions

What documents do I need to get started with my application?


  • Photo ID (Driver’s License / Passport / Military ID / Green Card / Etc.)
  • Past 2 years W-2 (or 1099) statements
  • One month most recent paystubs
  • Past 2 Years Personal Tax Returns all schedules (Past 2 years Business Tax Returns if Self Employed)
  • Most recent 2 Months Bank Statement, Include Bank Statement of Gift funds (1 month statement of all pertinent assets (i.e., retirement accounts, stock accounts, liquid & non-liquid assets))


If Applicable:

  • YTD Profit and Loss Statement
  • Proof of additional income (If 1099 – Year End Paystub for last 2 years)
  • Divorcee Decree (show child support /alimony /separation of property)
  • Bankruptcy Discharge paperwork
  • Short Sale / Foreclosure Final Closing Documents
  • Current Awards Letter for Pension or Social Security Income
  • DD214 For Military Service
  • Credit Report (may need to be run)
  • Signed Sales Agreement when needed


*Additional documentation which is not listed may be requested at any point in the due diligence process.


  • First step, it gives you an idea of how large a loan you’ll likely qualify for. 
  • Involves supplying a bank or lender with their overall financial picture, including debt, income, and assets.
  • The lender reviews everything and gives an estimate of how much the borrower can expect to receive.
  • Pre-qualification can be done over the phone or online, and there’s usually no cost involved.
  • Keep in mind that loan pre-qualification does not include an analysis of credit reports or an in-depth look at the borrower’s ability to purchase a home.



  • Second step, a conditional commitment to actually grant you the mortgage.
  • The borrower must complete an official mortgage application to get pre-approved, as well as supply the lender with all the necessary documentation to perform an extensive credit and financial background check.
  • The lender will then offer pre-approval up to a specified amount and offer an idea of interest to be charged.
  • Lenders will provide a conditional commitment in writing for an exact loan amount, allowing borrowers to look for homes at or below that price level. This puts borrowers at an advantage when dealing with a seller because they’re one step closer to getting an actual mortgage.

The answer is it depends on the type of mortgage the buyer obtains. Most buyers want a mortgage with fixed rate terms. The interest rate will not change over the life of the loan. However due to various factors driving the motivation of the buyer whether it be monthly payments, interest rates or something else, there are adjustable-rate mortgages that will change the interest rate at specific times throughout the life of the loan. These changes are calculated and known to the buyer before closing to mitigate surprises during the loan process. These can be advantageous in some instances for buyers.

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