Premium Mortgage Corp.

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Locations Phone
2541 Monroe Ave, Rochester NY, 14618 [Directions] 585 241 0000
2150 Wehrle Drive, Suite 200 Amherst, NY 14221 716 633 0501
71 Main Street, Suites 2-3, Hamburg, NY 14075 716.771.7649
128 Main Street, Geneseo, NY 14454 585.447.9197
4205 Longbranch Road #6, Liverpool, NY 13090 315.399.9923
105 North Main Street, Suite 102, Barre, VT 05641 802.476.7000
Hours (as of February 2010)
Monday-Friday: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Handicap Accessible
<info AT premiummortgage DOT com>

Premium Mortgage is a local mortgage company that started in 2000. They are a licensed mortgage banker with local processing and underwriting of home mortgages and mortgage refinancing.

Awarded the Rochester Top 100 designation six times, a three-time recipient of Buffalo’s Top Mortgage Originators, and won the 2012, 2013 & 2014 Rochester’s Choice Best Mortgage. A good portion of their business comes from past clients and referrals from many of New York’s top real estate agents. They are also among the largest US Veteran owned businesses in Monroe County.

They currently have approximately 80 employees and have opened offices across NYS and Vermont.


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2012-11-01 10:19:46   I chose Premium Mortgage over Liberty Home Funding because Premium promised a more liberal "floatdown" policy (adjusting my rates downward if market rates fell during the application process). It turns out that they do not in fact have a more liberal floatdown policy. They eventually honored their commitment but only after telling me repeatedly that they wouldn't, and only (I am sure) because I made a habit of coming into the office unannounced, making myself comfortable, and making it clear I wasn't leaving till I got some satisfaction. Because I was there so often, I had ample opportunities to observe that the receptionist is pretty much always chattering away about hairstyles or TV shows with various people who hang out by her desk; this gives the whole operation an extremely unprofessional and sort of cheesy feel. While attempting to resolve the floatdown issue, I sent email to Mike Donoghue, the head of the organization; my email was ignored completely.

Overall, this was a frustrating and unsatisfactory experience. I often wished I'd chosen Liberty Home Funding instead, where I'd had a great initial meeting with Patrick. Even though I'd chosen Premium, Patrick stayed in touch throughout the process and gave me good advice about what to expect. This made me wish all the more that I'd chosen to work with him. —StevenLandsburg