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Loan Options

Conventional Mortgages


Conventional mortgages are loans that are not issued by, insured, or guaranteed by the federal government.

 

FHA Mortgages


Conventional mortgages are loans that are not issued by, insured, or guaranteed by the federal government.

 

VA Mortgages


A VA loan is a mortgage backed and guaranteed by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.

 

USDA Mortgages


The USDA home loan program was designed to help low and moderate income families living in rural areas to make home ownership a reality.

 

Refinancing


A refinance is a new mortgage with more favorable terms that pays of an existing mortgage. There are a few different types of refinances available on the market today. They are called the rate and term, cash out, and cash in refinance.

 

Reverse Mortgages


If you’re 62 years old or older, you may be eligible for a reverse mortgage.

 

Fixed Rate Mortgage


A fixed rate mortgage is a mortgage that has an interest rate that stays the same for the entire term of the loan.

 

Adjustable Rate Mortgage


An Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM) is a mortgage loan that has an interest rate that can increase or decrease periodically. This means that your payment can increase or decrease periodically.

 

Down Payment Assistance


We have several different down payment assistance programs that can help you qualify for that home you want. The biggest challenge for most applicants is meeting the specified income requirements.

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