Buying a Home
Home buying isn't as hard as it may seem. We will walk you through the process every step of the way. Learn about the prequalification process, our close of escrow guarantee, and how to calculate your monthly payment.
There are a variety of reasons you may want to refinance your home. From paying off your mortgage faster to consolidating debt we have solutions for all of your needs.
A Home Equity Loan allows you to tap into the value of your home. The loan is secured by a subordinate mortgage on your principal residence. You will receive the loan amount in a lump sum payment at the time the loan closes.
These calculators can help you make important decisions regarding your new home purchase, refinance, or home equity loan. Answer common questions like "How much would my monthly payment be?" and "Can I save money by refinancing now?"
A Conventional (or conforming) mortgage loan is a mortgage that is not insured or guaranteed by a government agency and the underwriting criteria meets the terms and conditions of Fannie Mae...
An FHA loan is a mortgage insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA). FHA loans are also known as government mortgages since they are insured by the federal government. FHA loans are a popular option for first time home buyers...
VA home loans are a great mortgage option for eligible service members. The loan is guaranteed by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) which allows lenders to provide favorable terms on these loans including:...
A Jumbo Loan, also known as a non-conforming loan, is a loan amount is outside of the conventional/conforming loan guidelines (loan amounts over $417,000 depending on your county). We offer fixed and adjustable rate options...
In a fixed rate mortgage, your interest rate stays the same throughout the term of the mortgage. There are many factors to consider when deciding between a Fixed and Adjustable Rate Mortgage.
In an Adjustable-Rate Mortgage (ARM), the initial interest rate is lowered and fixed for a period, normally between one and five years. After that, the rate and payments adjust periodically based on an economic index.