A great option for those looking to purchase or refinance and have demonstrated financial responsibility, have access to money for a down payment, and are either buying their first home or their 10th.
Typically loan amounts of $510,400 or less, 5% minimum down payment, and 680 or higher credit.
We offer a variety of mortgage insurance options for down payments less than 20%. Available for primary, secondary, or investment homes.
*We do offer 3% down payments, subject to maximum income limits*
These are typically for your primary or secondary residence and are for loan amounts higher than conventional loan limits.
We go up to $3M on a variety of property types - single-family, condo, planned unit developments, etc. Need to have great credit & substantial assets.
We offer financing starting at 90% loan-to-value.
You can use this either to purchase a fixer-upper or to refinance your existing home for remodeling or square footage additions. These require a licensed & bonded General Contractor (GC) to bid and perform the work.
We offer both the FHA 203k and the conventional HomeStyle renovation loans. Talk with us about the difference and your specific needs.
FHA = Federal Housing Administration and is governed by HUD or the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. It was created to offer an alternative to conventional financing.
It has lower loan limits than conventional, but does provide great benefits for those with lower credit scores, higher debt-to-income ratios, large “credit events” (think bankruptcy / foreclosure), and those wanting to put down a lower down payment.
Credit scores down to 620.
Down payments as low as 3.5% of the purchase price.
First off - thank you for your service to our Country! This loan is for eligible Veterans and active Service men & women. It provides 100% financing without mortgage insurance, has very flexible credit terms, and very low rates.
We specialize in VA purchases, VA cash outs and VA Interest Rate Reductions Refi (IRRRL) loans.
This loan provides 100% financing for properties in eligible “rural” areas. USDA has tightened it’s credit requirements in recent years, and generally wants scores of 660 or better as well as lower debt-to-income ratios than even conventional financing.
It’s a great option for those that qualify, but can be a very document heavy loan. In order to qualify, your total family income has to be below a certain figure.
Don’t worry though, we know our guidelines, and will let you know if you can go this route!
Not sure where to start?
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