Caliber Home Loans, Inc. is a top ranked national mortgage lender, currently licensed in 50 states. Backed by an experienced leadership team, and with a history of success and innovative products, Caliber is poised for impressive growth. Currently, Caliber’s monthly loan volume is over $1.8 billion while the servicing portfolio has grown to over $100 billion.
Combined with personal and professional service, Caliber ensures that builders’ homebuyers are provided with the ideal loan product — one that complements their financial situation and personal preferences.
Caliber Home Loans, Inc. provides Builders and New Home Sales Associates with a team of knowledgeable and experienced loan professionals. We have specialized products, tools, services and support to help our builder partners capture more sales opportunities, close more transactions and achieve higher inventory turns. Caliber is your strategic resource to help sell and close more new homes.
We have experienced new home mortgage professionals ready to help your homebuyers qualify and finance their dream home
Our ability to provide fast loan approvals to qualified buyers allows you to quickly begin construction on your homebuyers new home
We offer a wide variety of loan products to help make sure your homebuyers get the right loan for their financial situation, and also offer some of the more complex loans solutions sometimes not offered by other lenders
Local processing and underwriting for quicker decisions and greater control of the closing process
Interest rates can go down … but they can also go up. At Caliber, we make it easy for your customers to lock in their loan’s interest rate for up to 12 months (360 days), helping avoid buyers fallout while you complete their home. Rate locks on Jumbo loans are also available.
Lock-in your buyer prospects upfront! Have your qualified buyers approved and interest rate locked, even while they still have a house to sell or are finalizing their sales contract.
We offer a float down option if interest rates should drop after their loan rate is locked and the home is still under construction. Float down can occur once closing date is set and loan is fully approved.
The easiest way to get personalized information about your loan options is to contact a highly qualified, local Loan Consultant!
Contact one of our Loan Consultants for quick information and answers to your questions. We have Loan Consultants licensed in every state.