Whether you’re a new home buyer, or you’ve purchased a home before, it’s important to evaluate what type of mortgage fits your lifestyle. Our Mortgage Experts will help you consider your goals as a homeowner and provide the best financing solution. Let us help you better understand the home buying process and your options.
When you are self-employed or a business owner and you want to buy a home, you fill out the same application as everyone else. The same factors are considered: your credit score, how much debt you have, your assets and your income. So what’s different? When you work for someone else, lenders go to your employer to verify the amount and history of that income, and how likely it is you’ll keep earning it.
Condominiums are classified as Warrantable, Non-Warrantable or a Condotel. Condos are a single, individually-owned housing unit in a multi-unit building. The condominium owner holds sole title to the unit, but owns land and common property (elevators, halls, roof, stairs, etc.) jointly with other unit owners, and shares the upkeep expenses on the common-property with them. Unit owner pays property taxes only on his or her unit, and may mortgage, rent, or sell it just like any other personal property.
Our New Construction Programs is a one-close construction loan:
Conforming mortgages are ideal for borrowers with good or excellent credit. The maximum Conforming Loan amount in 2020 is $647,250. They follow fairly conservative guidelines for:
Federal Housing Administration mortgages are great first-time home buyers! FHA Mortgage have flexible lending standards to benefit:
Our renovation remodeling loans allow you to roll the costs of repairs or upgrades. Benefits include:
Because the VA guarantees a portion of your loan, you won’t need to pay mortgage insurance:
Thinking of buying an additional property for a new source of income? Consider an investment home with the option of long or short terms rental income: