PhysicianLoans was founded in 1993. We offer a unique product — a Physician Loan, available only to medical doctors, dentists and veterinarians. Although we are a “brick & mortar” company based in Columbus, Ohio, PhysicianLoans is licensed in 18 states. As such, each of our Loan Officers holds all the appropriate licenses to conduct business in those states. Because the PhysicianLoans product is exclusive to the medical community, we spend dedicated time educating physicians about home loan financing. Medical schools and hospitals across the nation have invited us to conduct seminars about home financing for graduates and doctors.
During these seminars, one of the most asked questions is about affordability of a home when saddled with educational debt. Once doctors learn about this unique home loan product, they see light at the end of the tunnel and a chance to grab the brass ring of home ownership without delay.
We take great pride in having pioneered a product that makes it possible for new doctors to purchase a home. Our loan helps doctors by clearing hurdles such as high debt ratios and few assets, which would disqualify new doctors from traditional loans. Scaling past that barrier allows doctors to buy a home straight from medical school, without incurring additional private mortgage insurance (PMI) fees.
You’ll find our Loan Officers are not just sales people. Instead, you’ll work with trained professionals who have made a career of serving the financial needs of physicians buying homes. You can expect responsive and understanding service from us as your doctor home loan is processed.
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Doctors and residents that have worked with us on their home buying loan process get to know us well and stay in touch, often referring other doctors and speaking to the media about our product and service. We invite you to get to know us better, as well. Follow us on Facebook, tweet to us on Twitter, post to us on Google+, or simply fill out this form with your questions. You’ll get an answer back faster than you can say “stat.”
Meet Our Leadership
After graduating from The Ohio State University in 1995...
After graduating from The Ohio State University in 1995 as a Joyce Scholar, Tal spent two years in commercial lending before joining PhysicianLoans in 1997. Tal was instrumental in transforming the mortgage company his parents founded, then under the name Tower Mortgage Corp., into a niche company serving Physicians.
Tal has a passion for educating doctors in personal finance and has become one of the most requested speakers in this space giving nearly 40 talks each year. He is known for his honest approach and integrity in working with both company employees and clients.
Danny graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Ohio State University...
Vice President & CFO
Danny graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Ohio State University Honors Accounting program in 1997. He went straight to work with Ernst and Young in Atlanta where he earned his CPA and gained valuable accounting and auditing experience.
After additional experience in both the technology and finance industries, Danny joined PhysicianLoans in 2006. In addition to managing the numbers, Danny oversees the day to day operations and strategy with Tal.
Prior to founding her own company, Sarah worked in the mortgage industry but...
Prior to founding her own company, Sarah worked in the mortgage industry but was dismayed by the customer service and practices she observed where she worked. She knew there was a better way to serve clients and she, along with husband Moshe Frank, founded Tower Mortgage Corp.
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