Your home is more than four walls and a roof. It’s warmth, it’s security, it’s family. That’s something the Nutter family has
always understood. It’s why so many American families over the past half-century have found that the smoothest path to home ownership leads to our door. It’s why we sum up our approach to mortgage lending in three simple words: “Come on home.”
We are most proud of the fact that we have helped make home ownership possible for generations of families from all backgrounds and walks of life.
Like so many American families – and America itself – we started small, but we’ve grown steadily and strong, and we did so by staying true to our values and staying in touch with our roots. And after all these years, we’re still a family-owned, family-run company.
We believe that our commitment to “personal touch” customer service, combined with our low rates and our refusal to charge our customers expensive and needless “junk fees,” has helped us grow into one of the largest private mortgage banking firms in the U.S. Our experienced staff has the knowledge and experience to offer a variety of government-supported and private mortgage loan options, and help you find the best fit for your family.
Give us a call and we’ll show you what we mean when we say “Come on home to James B. Nutter and Co.”
As a young man, our company founder, James B. Nutter Sr., got to know former President Harry S. Truman. Truman, who could have lived anywhere, but came home to his modest home in Independence, Mo. after leaving the White House and reconnected with his hometown roots.
The neighborhood surrounding our national headquarters in Kansas City, Mo., has been nicknamed “Nutterville” by the
appreciative neighbors who enjoy strolling amid the restored older homes, painted in bright colors, and enhanced with
thousands of colorful flowers and creative landscaping.
The Nutter family and 200-plus employees are always active in civic and community affairs in our home town, with a special emphasis on favored causes such as Children’s Mercy Hospital (which to us says “family”); Habitat for Humanity (which is all about “home”); and the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library (which keeps us in touch with our roots.)