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Sr. Loan Officer

A Cloud  Financial Group Trusted Advisor

Michael McSpadden

Partner & Sr. Loan Officer

A native of Austin, TX, Michael has been a lending/finance professional for over 20 years and has a passion for helping others achieve the dream of home ownership. Having helped hundreds of families across the great state of Texas, Michael is an expert that can help you navigate your specific purchasing or refinancing needs.

At Cloud Financial Group, LLC, we specialize in originating conventional loans, jumbo loans, loans guaranteed by the Veterans Administration (VA), loans insured by the Federal Housing

Administration (FHA), and loans backed by the Rural Housing Department of the USDA, including many First Time Home Buyer programs and more.

The McSpadden Group Cloud Financial Group is dedicated to simplifying the mortgage process and creating a great buying experience for client at market leading rates!

Contact Michael today for a free mortgage consultation or rate quote.

Our mission is to deliver expert advice on different loan products, extremely competitive rates, constant communication with everyone on the transaction, and industry leading technology for the fastest approvals in todays market.

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Mortgage Rates Rise Then Fall as Volatility Persists
By: Mathew Graham Mortgage rates were much lower at the start of business yesterday, but began rising in the afternoon as the bond market lost ground.  That same momentum continued in the overnight trading session.  By
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