Loan Types


Choose the loan the best suits your needs. Not sure which one is for you? Give us a call, and we’ll set you up in a jiff.

30 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage

If you’re staying put for a while, a 30-year mortgage is a solid way to lock in a consistent, low rate on your home.

15 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage

Lower interest rates can be so irresistible. Own your home outright in half the time as a 30-year with a 15-year mortgage, and revel in the savings.

FHA Loan

Even if your credit score isn’t up to par, or you’ve got debt to pay off, you deserve a shot at your dream home. An FHA mortgage loan is for you.

FHA Streamline Mortgage

Combine refinancing with an FHA loan, and you’ve got an FHA streamline mortgage—perfect for lowering your rate.

FHA 203K Streamline Mortgage

Home repairs can be a headache, so why not at least save some money in the process? With an FHA 203K mortgage, you can get up to a $35,000 loan to fix those holes in the wall.

Full FHA 203K Streamline Mortgage

This is similar to the FHA 203K but for when you’ve got more than $35,000 worth of repairs staring you in the face. Hey, we can all use a little help.

$100 Down FHA Mortgage

In the market for a home owned by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)? Real Estate Owned (REO) properties may qualify you to buy a home with a $100 down payment. Yes, $100. help.

Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM)

This is an ideal mortgage if you’re planning to live in your home for a short period of time.

VA Loan

Veterans, we salute you. With a VA mortgage loan, you can buy a brand-new home with no money down.

Non-Conforming Jumbo Mortgage

Some people are meant to break the rules. A jumbo loan is one which exceeds standard loan limits. Get yours for as little as 10% down.

Harp Mortgage

The Home Affordable Refinance Program is for homeowners whose previous mortgage was taken out before June 1, 2009, and who owe more on their mortgage than the value of their home.

Reverse Mortgage

This is a popular loan for seniors on fixed income who are looking to put some extra cash in their pocket.

Homepath Mortgage

Have your eyes set on a Homepath Fannie Mae Real Estate Owned property? The Homepath loan is for you—get approved with as little as 3% down

Delayed Financing Mortgage

If you’ve purchased a home with cash you no longer have available, this loan can be a savior. Cash out of the equity of your home with a delayed financing loan.

$5,000 Escrow Repair Holdback

In the event a home is only eligible for financing pending a few repairs, you can apply for this loan when there’s an Escrow Repair set aside.

Loans galore. Fortunately, that’s our business. Contact us to find out which one is right for you.