New Mortgage Brokerage Service

Get the Best Deal Possible

A home is the most important investment most people will ever make, which is why we work so hard to protect our clients from paying too much in property taxes.

But did you know we can also help ensure that you don’t overpay for your mortgage? Our access to a variety of mortgage lenders also puts us in a position to get you the best mortgage deal for a new home or vacation home.

We are homeowner advocates that ensure your hard-earned money is converted into equity or money you can use instead of going to pay excess taxes and interest payments. We’ve saved homeowners thousands of dollars in property taxes by helping them appeal their assessments and now we’re also able to help you save on their mortgage expenses with our mortgage brokerage service.

Take the first step: set up an appointment to speak with our loan officer today by filling out the form here.

Meet Our Loan Officer

An Illinois-licensed loan officer, Neil Juneja is uniquely qualified to find you the most advantageous terms. He’s worked in the financial services industry for over 17 years, and holds a master’s degree in Computational Finance from Carnegie Mellon University – a background that enables him to help clients find interest savings.

His recent efforts helped a family lower the interest rate on their home from 4.25% to 3.75% and save $50 per month in mortgage payments – a result that will bring them $35,000 in savings over 10 years as the result of a more favorable ratio of interest to principal.

Why Use Kensington?

  • You know us as homeowner advocates who ensure that you’re not paying more than you should in property taxes; We can do the same thing with your mortgage payments.
  • We have access to wholesale lenders that may offer more competitive financing than banks
  • As with our property tax appeal algorithm, we use our experience in applied mathematics and financial markets to identify the best deal for reaching your financial goals

Set up an appointment with our loan officer today