Fixed-rate mortgages feature interest rates that do not change during the course of the loan. Despite the fact that fixed rates are often higher than adjustable rates, they have the advantage of providing security against market volatility. Fixed-rate mortgages appeal to individuals who expect to stay in their house for longer than ten years.
Monthly principal payment will never go up
Consistency in payment makes easy budgeting
No need to worry about rising rates, because your rate wouldn’t change
If rates go down, you will be able to refinance
FHA loans are mortgages offered by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) to assist those with poor credit or who cannot afford a significant down payment.
Allows lower credit scores
Great for first time home buyers
Higher debt-to-income ratios
Lower interest rates
VA-guaranteed loans are backed by the US government. No down payment, limited closing fees, no private mortgage insurance, lifetime benefit, and flexible credit standards are just a few of the benefits available to qualified service personnel and military families.
Lower rates and decreased monthly payments
Special terms for existing loans
Less application steps
If you are self-employed, it can be difficult to show enough income on your taxes to qualify for a home loan. That’s why we offer Bank Statement Loans – where you simply provide bank statements for proof of income to qualify. These loans can go up to 90% LTV without having to pay mortgage insurance, allowing you to keep your monthly payment lower.
Loans up to $3M
minimum Fico credit score 640
No mortgage insurance is required
Available on primary and secondary homes, investment purchase and refinances
You may be qualified for a cash out refinance if you have more than 20% equity in your house. A cash out refinance entails taking out a new, refinanced mortgage loan and borrowing money against the value of your house. Cash out may be used for a variety of things, including debt reduction, education, home upgrades, investments, and more.
Maintain one loan rather than multiple
Save with lower rates
Raise your credit score
Adjustable Rate Mortgages(ARMs), often known as variable rate mortgages, change over time dependent on market circumstances. ARMs are hybrid loans with a fixed interest rate for a certain period of time, after which the interest rate is modified once a year, depending on the loan conditions. In general, there are limits to how much an interest rate may rise or fall. While ARMs are officially 30-year loans, they are most appealing to people who expect to own their house for a limited amount of time owing to the unpredictability of future mortgage rates.
Reduce monthly payments
More savings, if rates are decline
Ideal in case if you plan to buy a home for less than 10 years