California Teacher Loan Programs can help you SAVE on your next mortgage!

We have helped thousands of people purchase or refinance in California with some of the best rates and lowest fees in the industry!

California Mortgage Company serving home buyers and homeowners in need of reliable mortgage financing

How It Works

Step 1

Complete our simple mortgage pre-approval process.

Step 2

Receive options based on your unique criteria and scenario.

Step 3

Choose the offer that best fits your needs.

Here are some of the features!

Just a sample of what we have put together for California Teachers and Educators!

Competitive Interest Rates

We price our loans with low average margins so you can get a great interest rate without having to worry about shopping.

No Lender Fees

Why pay more fees than you need to! How about none! No lender fees for California Teacher Home Loans!

Free Credit Scores

You will find out what your actual scores are including all three credit bureaus.

Free Home Valuations

Once again we stack the deck in your favor. We will run multiple home Automated Valuation Models so you can see what your home is worth upfront!

Real Estate Agent Credits

We will introduce you to one of our professional agents who will also credit you back a percentage of the real estate commission! You can use this for closings costs!

Lender Credits

We can price your loan to receive lender credits or YSP that can be used to reduce your closing costs and cash needed to close your loan.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our mortgage discounts are available for any teacher or employee of a community college or public school in the state of California.

Yes. If you have retired or can prove that you previously worked as a teacher, you are still eligible.

We value, honor, recognize, and reward those who educate our community. We think this is a great way of helping teachers make their home financing affordable.

If you are a teacher in California and a current homeowner, you can borrow up to 80% of the value of your home to pay off current student loans, credit card balances, or you can use the funds for home improvement.