At Sunset, we strive to be the best home loan financing solution for you. We are 100% committed to becoming your mortgage lender for life. On the Eastern Shore since 2010, we are available to assist you with all of your mortgages statewide, now and in the future. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at any stage of your real estate loan or buying process. We’re here to help. Apply online or call 251-644-6188 to speak to a broker today!




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  • For Sale By Owner
  • Re-Finance & Cash Out Options
  • First Time Buyers
  • Construction & Renovation
  • Jumbo Loans
  • Reverse Mortgage


The Sunset Mortgage Brokers Mission is to offer the best in client service, consistently delivering excellence in the competitive marketplace for mortgages:

-To be the first choice for clients interested in FHA, VA, USDA, Conventional Lending Programs & Reverse Mortgages.

Our experienced staff of loan officers is dedicated to satisfying our client’s unique needs with the best rates and fastest, most personalized service available.

-To go the extra mile for our customers to ensure the smoothest loan transaction possible, by utilizing our “ONE ONE ONE” approach to deliver top notch customer service every step of the way. We are not bankers. Our entire focus is on you and the lending you need for your new home.

-To be the best mortgage company for you. We are committed to becoming your lender for life and are are always standing by to assist you with all of your real estate financial needs, now and in the future, every step of the way.

Thank you for visiting our Web page, we look forward to earning your business.

–The Sunset Mortgage Team



Daphne, Alabama 36526


The City of Daphne, is located on the eastern shore of Mobile Bay. Incorporated in 1927, the recent explosion of growth has ranked this beautiful, vibrant city as the largest in Baldwin County. The current population is approximately 26,000 and average home prices are in the $186,000 range. Also known as the “Jubilee City,” Daphne boasts a vibrant community, a rich history and outstanding recreational opportunities. Visit the official website for more information.


Spanish Fort, AL 36527


Spanish Fort is located about 10 Miles from Mobile, on the northern shores of the bay. Incorporated in 1993, this small city has a population of about 10,000, with housing in the $250,000 range. Its strategic location made it a popular trading post before becoming an actual fort during the Revolutionary War. Also known as the “City of Spirit,” Spanish Fort boasts a vibrant community, excellent public schools, and outstanding recreational opportunities. Visit the official website for more information.


Fairhope, AL 36532


The City of Fairhope, is located on Mobile Bay. Established in 1894 as a Single Tax Colony, explosive growth has this quaint resort town ranked as the fastest growing in Baldwin County, with a current population of approximately 18,000. Housing in this area average in the $250,000 range. Known for its Arts & Crafts Festival, Fairhope has an eclectic mix of history and culture, excellent schools and outstanding recreational opportunities. Visit the official website for more information.


Foley, Alabama 36536


The City of Foley, located in Baldwin County, Alabama, was named for its founder, John B. Foley, who migrated from Chicago. Incorporated in 1915, the city hosted the first train station in the area, which houses a museum today. It’s current population of about 18,000 enjoys close proximity to shopping, beaches and a brand new amusement park known as “OWA.” Median home pricing in the area remains at $160,000 despite the recent surge in growth. Visit the official website for more information.


Gulf Shores, AL 36542


The City of Gulf Shores is located on shore of the Gulf of Mexico, and is known for white sand beaches and emerald waters. Incorporated in 1958, this popular tourist destination has numerous activities, festivals and a major state park area catering to visitors. With a current population of approximately 12,000, Gulf Shores homes average in the $250,000 price range.  Visit the official website for more information.


Orange Beach, AL 36561


The City of Orange Beach, is a small resort community located on the emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico at the Florida state line.  Incorporated in 1927, the popular tourist destination has been catering to it’s visitors since the first hotel opened in 1920. The current population is rapidly expanding at 6,000, allowing for higher home values in the average $316,000 range.  Visit the official website for more information.


Baldwin County, Alabama


Baldwin County, the largest in the state, is located between Mobile Bay and the Florida state line. Established in 1809, active trade and tourism have long been a part of the culture. From beaches in the south to the waterways along Bon Secour Bay and the Tensaw River,  this area is known for incredible outdoor recreation. The county seat is at Bay Minette, and popular cities include Daphne, Foley, Gulf Shores, Spanish Fort, Orange Beach, Robertsdale and Loxley. Learn more about Baldwin County at the official website.


Mobile County, Alabama


Home to Alabama’s famous city by the same name, Mobile County is steeped in history. Occupied in turns by French, Spanish and British settlers, all three influences can still be seen in beautiful architecture and rich tradition, including the nation’s first Mardi Gras. To the North, the Mobile and Washington County Choctaw Indians maintain a settlement established in 1813. To the South, Mobile’s busy seaport supports major shipbuilding industries. Extremely diverse in culture and commerce, Mobile County is a delightful place to live and play. Learn more about this historic area on the official website.

Gulf Coast, Alabama


The Alabama Gulf Coast, full of history and tradition is a fabulous place to work and play. From white sand beaches to vibrant night life, there’s something for everyone. Bird watch on  Dauphin Island. Tour Bellingrath Gardens. Golf the Robert Trent Jones Trail. Shop in Fairhope. Explore Fort Morgan. Visit the famous “Little Zoo That Could.”  Attend a concert at The Wharf. Whatever your interests, the southern coast of Alabama has it all. Visit the official travel site for more information about things to do and see while you’re here. It’s likely you’ll love it so much, you’ll decide to stay! Give us a call when you’re ready. Sunset Mortgage will be glad to help!

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