Are you ready to make the jump from renting to owning? Are you ready to buy your first home? This will be one of the most exciting times that you’ll ever experience, but it will also be one of the most stressful. There are so many steps that go into buying a home, especially for a first-timer, that it can become overwhelming.LEARN MORE
There are many steps you must take before you purchase a home. It can seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t need to be. We’ve broken the homebuying process down into eight essential steps. There are many more little to-dos within each of these steps, but if you break the whole operation down into smaller tasks...LEARN MORE
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When you imagine a home loan, you’re probably thinking of a “conventional” loan. These loans are traditionally backed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac.
A VA Loan is made for those who have served in the military, or for spouses of veterans who have not yet remarried.
FHA Loans are insured by the Federal Housing Administration. FHA Loans are great for low- to moderate-income customers to give them the opportunity to finance a home with a low down payment.
Jumbo loans are big—they exceed the conventional loan limits set by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (currently, over $417,000). These loans have more strict borrowing guidelines due to the higher loan amounts and they are designed for those with higher incomes interested in buying larger homes.