Which Mortgage is Right for You?
There are a number of different types of home loans available to you, and it can pay to familiarize yourself with them. Luckily we’re here to help you choose the best type of home loan for your needs.
Mortgage Rate Options
The most common type of loan option, the traditional fixed-rate mortgage includes monthly principal and interest payments which never change during the loan’s lifetime.
Adjustable-rate mortgages include interest payments which shift during the loan’s term, depending on current market conditions. Typically, these loans carry a fixed-i...
Interest only mortgages are home loans in which borrowers make monthly payments solely toward the interest accruing on the loan, rather than the principle, for a specif...
Graduated Payment Mortgages are loans in which mortgage payments increase annually for a predetermined period of time (e.g. five or ten years) and...
Loan Program Options
FHA Home Loan
FHA home loans are mortgages which are insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), allowing borrowers to get low mortgage rates with a minimal down payment.
VA loans are mortgages guaranteed by the Department of Veteran Affairs. These loans offer military veterans exceptional benefits, including low interest rates and no ...
If you're looking to buy a home in a rural or suburban area with no down payment and minimal investment, you might consider the USDA Rural Development Loan.
A jumbo loan is a mortgage used to finance properties that are too expensive for a conventional conforming loan. The maximum amount for a conforming loan is $548,250 in...
Payment is Interest-Only and you only pay on what you use. Have a Home Equity Line in place for you so that you do not miss future investment opportunities. Being able to offer cash out without disrupting your current first mortgage rate will offer opportunities down the road.
Bank Statement Loans
The home loan process can look different when you are self-employed. Traditional home loans are an option, but some self-employed borrowers prefer bank statement loans which calculate income based on bank statements rather than tax returns.
A reverse mortgage is a loan, in the sense that it allows an eligible you the homeowner to borrow money but it doesn't work the same way as a home purchase loan. A homeowner who is 62 or older and has considerable home equity can borrow against the value of their home and receive funds as a lump sum, fixed monthly payment, or line of credit. This program is to assist our clients 62 and older achieve their goals.