Skip to content
Login to Online Banking
TALK TO US (614) 310-7200

Columbus First Bank Mortgage Lending

Columbus First Bank offers a full range of fixed and adjustable rate residential mortgage programs at highly competitive rates. With flexible terms from 10 to 30 years, our lenders can help you choose the right loan option to meet your needs.

Whether you’re looking to buy a new home or refinance a current mortgage, our team is ready to help get you quickly pre-qualified and then work with you throughout each step of the application process.



  • Conventional Loans
  • Jumbo Mortgages
  • FHA/VA Loans
  • Portfolio Loans
  • Home Equity Lines of Credit

At Columbus First, you’ll always find the best options in residential lending.

  •  Conventional Loans – featuring a fixed interest rate for the term of the loan
  •  Jumbo Mortgages – fixed and adjustable rate options for higher mortgage amounts
  •  FHA/VA Loans – offer lower down payment options for qualified buyers
  •  Portfolio Loans – customized loans that we fund and service
  •  Home Equity Lines of Credit (HELOC) – adjustable rate loans that allow you to use the equity in your home to finance improvements

Are you ready to get the home and home mortgage you deserve?

To make the process of financing or refinancing your home mortgage easier and more efficient, we’ve provided a checklist of the things you’ll typically need to get the process started. This information will help your Columbus First Bank mortgage specialist find the loan program that best matches your needs.

Show Hidden Content

Information you’ll need to get started

  • Copy of your photo ID, such as a driver’s license or state-issued ID.
  • W-2 forms from the previous two years for all borrowers on the mortgage.
  • Recent paycheck stubs for at least the past 30 days.
  • If you own your own business, profit and loss statements and/or your 1099 forms.
  • Your most recent federal tax return.
  • Bank statements for the past two months – all accounts, all pages.
  • A complete list of your debts, such as credit cards, student loans, and car loans that show your minimum monthly payments and balances.
  • If you own already own a home, copy of current mortgage statement and home owners insurance policy.
  • Statements for any retirement and investment accounts.
  • List of other assets, including real estate and automobile titles.
  • If divorced, copies of your divorce decree, child support order, and alimony requirements.
Consider getting prequalified for your loan

Borrowers who prequalify1 and/or get conditionally approved2 for a mortgage often have advantages at each stage of the home buying experience. It helps you and your realtor know in advance what your loan program may be, as well as the amount you can comfortably borrow.

Close Panel

1Pre-qualification is neither pre-approval nor a commitment to lend; you must submit additional information for review and approval.
2Conditional approval is subject to satisfactory appraisal and title review and no change in financial condition. If the rate is not locked or rate protection expires, any rate increases may lower the conditionally approved loan amount.