An FHA loan is partially insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), an agency created in 1934 to help borrowers and businesses recover from the Great Depression.
An FHA 203(k) Rehab loan enables you to buy a home that’s in need of repairs or renovations by providing additional funding before move-in.
If you currently have an FHA mortgage, an FHA Streamline Refinance offers several options.
Designed for homebuyers in rural locations who do not qualify for a conventional loan. They feature low down payments and relaxed qualifying guidelines. Properties must be in a rural area designated by the US Department of Agriculture.
A VA Streamline Refinance, or IRRRL, provides you with a faster way to lower or lock in your interest rate with limited costs.
VA loans are partially insured by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and are a valuable benefit for military veterans and active servicemen and women.
The easiest way to get personalized information about your loan options is to contact a highly qualified, local Loan Consultant!
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The loan process many times boils down to what you can afford. A good way to check your potential finances is to utilize a monthly payment calculator such as the one found here with Caliber.
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Designed to elevate your opportunities in the housing market and get you back on your feet, the Fresh Start program boasts features such as low down payments and favorable credit score requirements. Is Fresh Start for you?
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