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Carlyle Financial - California’s Jumbo Mortgage Experts

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Your Personal Mortgage Lender.

Carlyle Financial is a mortgage lender offering a comprehensive suite of common-sense jumbo home loan products from our established partnerships with local community banks, credit unions, and specialty regional banks throughout California.

Expanding your portfolio?

Minimize risk and maximize cash flow on your residential and commercial investments. We provide several lending options to assist you with expanding your portfolio. Our mortgage bankers are well-versed in the areas of multifamily and non-residential investment lending.

We provide a full range of lending products and services including interest-only payments, cash-out refinances, and corporate entity vesting.

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Need an interest-only Jumbo ARM?

Choose from a wide variety of rates and terms, including interest‑only payments and fixed or adjustable‑rate programs. We offer an extensive suite of jumbo and super‑jumbo loan options tailored to your needs. Our jumbo loans can also be used to purchase a second home or investment property.

We underwrite and fund our own jumbo home loans to save you time and prevent the headaches that come with using an outside lender.

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Mortgage Calculator

Explore your payment options with loan amounts, rates, and terms below. This model is based on a fixed-rate loan and calculates the first month’s mortgage payment as an example. Compare other financing scenarios here.

Loan Amount ($)
$340,000.00
Interest Rate (%)
3.250%
Loan Term
30 years
Monthly Mortgage Payment
Principal Payment
$944.44
Interest Payment
$535.26
Total Monthly Payment
$1,481.85/month

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