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Is LendingTree.com worth my time?



Do you guys know anything about LendingTree.com? are they worthwhile for a refinance?
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They are not a lender.  They are a lead generation company.   They will capture your contact information and sell it to lenders who will then solicit you for your business.  


Don't waste your time.  
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October 03 2013
LendingTree just sells information to multiple Lenders so like the previous comments you receive tons of calls. You have no clue how reliable they are or if they even offer a good fit for what you need. I can recommend a reliable lender that has a mortgage refinance product that fits your needs.

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March 10 2011
Just put your mortgage request in Zillow, then you control who you contact. The other way results in at least 4 lenders/brokers calling and emailing you repeatedly. It is extremely competitive to quote on Zillow, you should get an excellent offer.
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March 10 2011
I would avoid Lending Tree. Unless you want about 20 phone calls today from multiple lenders. You are much better off getting a referral from a friend or coworker who has had a positive experience working with a particular lender. Or use Zillow. They will give you estimated rates for specific mortgage companies. Then you can call the mortgage company that you feel has the best rate, fees, and reputation.

Lending Tree is a joke.
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March 10 2011
Lending Tree is a lead generation website. They sell your information to the first four loan originators that respond. Searchng for rates and fees on the Internet, you'll find little difference from one to the other, unless they are "fudging." The difference is in the service.

Happy funding, Rudi
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