Why Choose Us

Castle and Cooke Mortgage

Investors and clients from all walks of life, now in 65 countries, have found a partner in Castle & Cooke. It’s been this way since 1851 when Samuel Northrup and Amos Starr opened a general store in Hawaii. It’s hard to believe that their humble shop led the way for Castle & Cooke to become what it is now a company of great breadth, with an umbrella of private and public offerings in industries ranging from aviation, mining and logistics to hotels and real estate.

Diversity doesn’t just make us more knowledgeable, it allows us to leverage the expertise for our clients. That’s why, in 2005, positioned on this history of success, Castle & Cooke was able to do something rare. In the middle of a nationwide financial crisis, Castle & Cooke Mortgage opened its doors. We began lending to homebuyers and fellow entrepreneurs for the first time. Our clients’ visions combined with our own, keeping communities strong and thriving. And in the short span of a decade we’ve shared that spirit of possibility with so many, growing from seven offices to multiple locations, all across the country to better serve you locally.

Understanding the marketplace means being a part of it. And we’re invested in giving you and yours a hand in the future.

Value, Scope, and Opportunity

* Honesty, integrity and transparency

* Exceptional customer service

* Multiple branches to serve you locally

* Simple, smooth, paperless loan approval process

* Express funding technology to close your loan fast

* Approved Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae seller and servicer

* Full suite of loan products for any borrower’s needs

Restrictions may apply. Not all who apply will qualify. Program qualifications and offerings are subject to change at any time. The duration of the loan process is conditional upon credit approval and starts with the receipt of all required information provided by the borrower and/or any third party. Castle & Cooke Mortgage, LLC cannot be held responsible for any required documentation that is not received in a timely manner or unforeseen occurrences that may delay the loan process.