Keith Meyer Full

Keith Meyer

Mortgage Loan Officer

Central Bank of St. Louis
425 N. New Ballas Road, Suite 101 
Creve Coeur, MO 63141 
p: 314.835.3739
c: 314.827.7666
f: 314.746.4609
Email Keith
NMLS# 195282

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Mortgage Checklist

This checklist can help you gather the documents you need to proceed with the loan.

  • Completed Loan Application and Signed Authorization
  • Homeowners Insurance Declaration Page (If refinancing)
  • Current Mortgage Statement (If applicable)
  • W2s from last two years
  • 30 days pay stub with YTD earnings
  • 2 months current bank statements, all pages
  • Social Security or Pension Awards letters (If applicable)
  • 2 Years tax returns
  • Divorce Decree (If applicable)
  • Trust Documents (If applicable)

Keith joins Central Bank with over 16 years of experience in the mortgage industry. He specializes in conforming and government loan products and enjoys educating customers on their financial options.

He has a daughter pursuing a degree in biological engineering and in his spare time, enjoys focusing on health and fitness.

Helping others achieve financial stability is a top priority for Keith. Call him today for a financing strategy that fits your needs!

Support Staff:
Tim Maddox, Processor, 314.835.3719, Email Tim, NMLS#1127658

Home Affordability

Getting prequalified should be your first step in the home buying process. And, prequalification will help you understand how much home you can realistically afford.

Use the calculator below to determine the price range and how much home you should actually be looking for based on your current financial situation. From there, start the search for your dream home with confidence, buying power, and Central Bank by your side.



Mortgages 101: Fixed Vs. Adjustable [Infographic]

Making the choice to buy a home is quickly followed by a plethora of other decisions you will have to carry out, like where the house will be located and what you want in your perfect new abode. One of the most important decisions you'll need to make is what type of mortgage works best for you.

This choice is crucial because it will affect your finances for the next few years, if not decades, of your life. There are so many options that first-time homebuyers, or even experienced homebuyers, might feel overwhelmed with the decision.

However, once you understand the pros and cons of the various mortgage options, this decision will be easier for you. (read more...)