About Mortgage Elements

Mortgage Lenders
  • Wholesale Mortgage Lenders
  • Correspondent Mortgage Lenders
  • Non-Delegated Mortgage Lenders
  • Non-QM Mortgage Lenders
  • Commercial Mortgage Lenders
  • Warehouse Lenders
  • Construction Lenders
  • Reverse Mortgage Lenders
  • Rehab / Renovation Lenders
  • Hard Money / Private Lenders
  • Specialty Mortgage Lenders
Mortgage Products

2nd Mortgages
Agency Mortgages
Agricultural Loans
Asset Utilization / Depletion Loans
Bank Statements Loans
CDFI Loans
Commercial Loans
Conforming Fixed & ARMS
Construction Loans
Conventional Fixed & ARMS
Co-Op Loans
FHA 203k Rehab Loans
FHA 203h Disaster Loans
FHA 184 (Tribal Home) Loans
FHA Hawaiian Home Lands
FHA Fixed & ARMS (203b)
Fix & Flip Loans
Foreign National Loans
Hard Money Loans

Home Equity Lines
Interest Only Loans
Investor Loans
ITIN Loans
Jumbo Fixed & ARMS
Lot Loans
Manufactured Home Loans
Mortgage Insurance
Non-Prime Loans
Non-Warrantable Condo Loans
Non-Agency Mortgages
Non-QM Mortgages
Private Money Loans
Rehab Renovation Loans
Reverse Mortgages
Specialty Loans
USDA Rural Development
VA Fixed & ARMS
Warehouse Lenders

Mortgage Elements continues to refine the website, add new features and functionality, and expand the database of Lenders. All new or existing TPO Mortgage Lenders are welcome to be included in the database. If you would like to have your company listed as a Lender, call the office at 630-529-3755, or send an email to Info@MortgageElements.com.

Database Access and Use

Mortgage and Housing Professionals can access and use the Mortgage Elements database Free – there is no registration or subscription fee required. Listing in the database is FREE for all Mortgage Lenders in the TPO Channel. The database is comprised of information gathered from public websites, readily available in the mortgage industry, or provided by the Lender. The complex nature of Mortgage Lending and the vast amount of information available from Lenders makes it difficult to find and assimilate relevant data. Using Graphic Symbols in a Matrix makes data visualization much easier for the Mortgage Professional similar to the way the Periodic Table of Elements made it easier for Chemists. The unique graphic design and layout of the Mortgage Periodic Table is compatible with touchscreen technology and enables the user to access information from a variety of devices – Desktop Computer, Laptop Computer, or iPad / Tablet Computer – all it takes is 2 mouse clicks or screen taps.

Mortgage Periodic Table and Database Interface

A Picture Tells a Thousand Words: The concept behind Mortgage Elements and the Mortgage Periodic Table is to represent each different Mortgage Program with a symbol that follows a consistent and recognizable pattern – similar to the Periodic Table of Elements that everyone remembers from Chemistry class. These “Mortgage Symbols” are then organized and grouped in a table according to the type and term of the Loan Program. This methodology creates a “visual nomenclature” that is simple and easy to remember.

The Lender Database is accessed by using the Mortgage Periodic Table. The simple and recognizable Matrix design enables the user to quickly find Mortgage Lenders and Loan Products with only 2 Mouse Clicks. from a Desktop, Laptop, or Tablet Computer.

  • One click to choose a Mortgage Product
  • One Click to choose a State

After the 2nd click, the database will display a list of TPO Lenders that offer the specified Mortgage Product in that State. Click on a Lender’s Name from the list and you will be taken to their website where you can research their Loan Products and/or get contact information. The amount of information available on the Lender’s Public-Facing Web Pages varies according to the preferences of each Lender.

How the Mortgage Periodic Table Works