Integrity is more than just a name. It is the bedrock upon which Integrity Mortgage Corporation of Texas was founded and the principle that guides everything we do. Our commitment to integrity means that:
- We give our clients the personal attention they deserve, helping them find the right mortgage product to fit their individual needs
- We stand behind each loan transaction
- We take the time to educate our clients about the loan process and we stay beside them every step of the way, from pre-approval through closing
- We work hard to ensure that every loan closes on time
- We make the process of securing a mortgage simple and straightforward by offering the latest financial tools and empowering our clients to make sound financial choices
Integrity Mortgage Corporation of Texas was founded in 1993 by Roger and Pam Bazzell. Roger has more than 30 years of experience in all aspects of the mortgage industry, while Pam has served as an originating sales officer for nearly 20 years. Since its founding, Integrity Mortgage has consistently distinguished itself from its big-bank competitors through its dedication to excellence and commitment to customer service.
Integrity Mortgage has grown over the years, but its values have stayed the same. It remains a family company that cares about its clients and employees. Loan officers at Integrity Mortgage are provided with the tools, training, and flexibility to offer the best mortgage products to fit their clients’ individual needs. Likewise, every client is treated as a valued member of the Integrity Mortgage family. Because the company generates new business entirely through referrals, each loan transaction becomes a measure of success.
“We believe in over-delivering on expectations,” says Roger Bazzell. “We know that every client we come in contact with has the potential to become an extension of our sales force by telling others about the positive experience they had with us. That is why we continually strive to deliver the highest level of customer service on every transaction.”