There are many different things to consider when thinking about purchasing a home, no matter if it is your first time or your fourth time. Changes happen all the time in the mortgage industry, so the guidelines that were in place when you bought your last house, will be completely different today.
We know nothing goes as planned and are here every step of the way to keep your home buying process on track. This section is designed to provide knowledge so you can make more informed decisions and avoid any obstacles that may arise throughout the loan process.
Here you will find answers to questions such as:
We are here to answer these questions and more! If you have a question that is not addressed here, contact us and ask away! We want you to ask questions and we love to answer them. We want you to feel good about your decisions, not regret them later when it matters most!
One of the most common loan programs that offers competitive interest rates and requires down payments ranging from 3% to 20%. Down payments less than 20% require mortgage insurance. Standard documentation and fair-to-good credit score are necessary to qualify.
Insured by the Federal Housing Administration. Offers down payment as low as 3.5% in addition to a less stringent qualification process which is an attractive option to first time homebuyers. To protect lenders from a loss if the borrower should default, mortgage insurance is required on all FHA loans.
Government backed loans, lending up to 100% of the home’s appraised value. Qualifying properties must be located in USDA defined rural areas and communities to be eligible for USDA loan programs.
The property must be located in a rural area with no more than 20,000 people and be a certain distance from any metro area. Click here to see check the eligibility of a property.
Offering Veterans, US Military service members and eligible surviving spouses benefits through a VA loan program. Loans guaranteed by the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, no down payment or mortgage insurance required. The VA guaranty gives lenders greater degree of safety and flexibility which result in more competitive interest rates than non-VA loans.
Mortgage interest can be one of life's biggest financial obstructions. The All In One Loan was developed by homeowners and mortgage professionals as a solution. By combining banking functionality with home financing into one dynamic instrument, borrowers may be able to save tens of thousands of dollars and years off their loan. This interactive Simulator will help you determine if it's right for you.
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We Also offer several refinance options and can provide a number of financial benefits for homeowners. Refinancing a mortgage means that you pay off the original loan and replace it with a new home loan. Mortgage refinancing can provide a lower interest rate, shorten the term of your mortgage, consolidate debt, and for home renovations.