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On the first day of Christmas
Mortgage Propeller gave to me:
a mortgage process that was stress free.

On the second day of Christmas
Mortgage Propeller gave to me:
A link to get started,
and a mortgage process that was stress free.

On the third day of Christmas
Mortgage Propeller sent to me:
a friendly broker that I could choose,
and a mortgage process that was stress free.

On the fourth day of Christmas
Mortgage Propeller sent to me:
the opportunity to ask all my questions without feeling judged,
and a mortgage process that was stress free.

On the fifth day of Christmas
Mortgage Propeller sent to me:
My affordability so I could make offers on a home,
and a mortgage process that was stress free.

On the sixth day of Christmas
Mortgage Propeller sent to me:
24/7 access to my mortgage application,
and a mortgage process that was stress free.

On the seventh day of Christmas
Mortgage Propeller sent to me:
Simple to understand updates by text message,
and a mortgage process that was stress free.

On the eighth day of Christmas
Mortgage Propeller sent to me:
The ability to upload documents with ease,
and a mortgage process that was stress free.

On the ninth day of Christmas
Mortgage Propeller sent to me:
An application that was jargon free,
and a mortgage process that was stress free.

On the tenth day of Christmas
Mortgage Propeller sent to me:
My mortgage acceptance letter,
and a mortgage process that was stress free.

On the eleventh day of Christmas
Mortgage Propeller sent to me:
All my protection and insurance options,
and a mortgage process that was stress free.

On the twelth day of Christmas
Mortgage Propeller sent to me:
Pure mortgage joy,
and a mortgage process that was stress free.

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