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“I felt I was in good hands while maneuvering through this sometimes complex and problematic process. I felt like these two really cared about my home and were very good with communication. I got my home and am extremely happy!”

- Suzanne M.

Providing the Home Loans Tucson Needs for 20 Years.

Our goal is to provide you with expertise from our experienced loan officers, the lowest mortgage rates available, and the exact loan to meet your specific needs. Originating in Tucson, we've expanded our services to the entirety of Arizona, with special focus in Phoenix. We also have mortgage consultants licensed in the state of Texas, with more states to come! You can view our easy online applications below:

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What Our Clients Have to Say About Us
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  • Peggy Gay

    “George Seeley is the best loan officer I have ever used. I call him my lender savant, or in other words, a geek. He goes above and beyond to help people qualify and get the loan to get the house.”

    – Peggy Gay
    Long Realty

  • Alexander H. Kairoff

    “My clients and I love Priority lending! They stay with you the entire process, keeping you informed about any changes in financing, rates, etc. Special thanks to loan officer George Seeley for all his hard work and prompt service.”

    -Alexander H. Kairoff

  • Suzanne M.

    “I had a great experience getting my home loan through Priority Lending; specifically working with George Seeley and Chris Anderson. I felt I was in good hands while maneuvering through this sometimes complex and problematic process.”

    -Suzanne M.

  • Jason Murphy

    “My experience was fantastic!!! Curt Finster is the only loan officer I have ever met who was able to do exactly what he said he could. If anyone is just starting to look at getting a house, I can’t recommend them enough.”

    – Jason Murphy

  • Veronica & Andrew

    “We were referred to Priority Lending by our Realtor Craig Thompson, and George Seeley is AMAZING!!!!! Not only did he help my husband (who is deployed) and me get our first home loan, but he went above and beyond and then some to help us be where we are today!”

    – Veronica & Andrew

  • Home Owner

    “THE BEST EXPERIENCE EVER! This is my third house and they made everything so easy to understand. My fees were lower at closing than I was expecting. It was great. I can’t believe anyone had a bad experience with the company. Curt Finster was terrific.”

    – Home Owner

  • Phyllis

    “We had a wonderful experience with George Seeley at Priority Lending. He made the entire process of qualifying for a home loan quite pleasent. He was there for us from start to finish, calling me on a daily basis to inform me of the progression of our loan.”

    – Phyllis

  • Christopher S

    “GREAT COMPANY!!!! I found George and Curtis to be very helpful and I found everything just terrific. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THEM AS A LENDER.”

    – Christopher S.

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