Conventional Home Loans
Conventional loans are not insured by the FHA or VA. Generally, these are a good option if you have a higher credit score and stable employment history. Interest rates for conventional loans are usually some of the lowest.
If you’re dreaming of homeownership but still saving for a down payment, you may be able to buy now with a HomeOne℠ mortgage. It only requires a 3% down payment, and you’re not limited to a traditional residence.
HomeStyle® Renovation Loan
Remodel, renovate or repair your home with HomeStyle® Renovation loan from Fannie Mae. HomeStyle® is also available for new and existing homes – even new construction.
Home Possible® is a Freddie Mac loan program designed to bring homeownership within reach to more borrowers. Home Possible® offers low down payments and easier credit scores.
FHA Home Loan
If you are a first-time homebuyer an FHA Loan might be a good choice for its relaxed requirements.
FHA 203k Home Loan
If you are looking to buy a home that requires repairs or renovations an FHA 203k can help provide those additional funds before moving in.
VA Home Loan
If you are a military veteran or a service member you may have access to buy your next home using a VA Loan.
An attractive jumbo mortgage for those who are unable to secure traditional lending due to a recent credit event or looking to purchase or refinance a non-warrantable condo.
A smart option for self-employed borrowers seeking the home financing they need and wish to use bank statements to qualify.