As long as you qualify, there are many different home loan options available to you. Whether you plan to buy your very first home, looking to relocate, need to expand, want to invest in a vacation home, or hope to renovate your existing home, we can provide tailor-made solutions to meet your needs.
1The payment on a Fannie Mae Home Ready $203,500, 30-year fixed-rate loan at 3.50% and 74.91% loan-to-value (LTV) is $914. The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is 3.636%. Payment does not include taxes and insurance premiums. If you add taxes and/or insurance to your mortgage payment then the actual payment amount will be greater. Some state and county maximum loan amount restrictions may apply. This is an example and is for illustrative purposes only.
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Owning a home is part of the quintessential American dream, and it becomes all the more special when it’s for the first time. Many would-be first-time home buyers are filled with doubts about their ability to qualify for a home or to come up with a down payment. That’s where we come in—we’re here to guide you. Buying a home, after all, comes with multiple benefits:
Whether you should get a fixed rate loan or an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM) depends on what you’re after. Both come with their shares of pros and cons.
A fixed rate loan comes with fixed payments that you make until the end of the loan term, and you don’t have to worry about any surprises along the way.
As the name implies, an ARM comes with an interest rate that varies according to market conditions and terms. However, most ARM products come with low fixed introductory rates that can vary.
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