The Veterans’ Administration removed the price cap on VA mortgages on January 1st. That means if you’re a vet, you may qualify for a zero-down mortgage, with no limit on the price of the home. Due to the ballooning costs of single-family homes and condos around the U.S., veterans no longer have a price cap[…]
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Have you ever wondered just what the difference is between a Conventional, FHA, USDA and VA loan? We broke down the information for each one, and what you’d expect to pay for a $200,000 loan with a 30 year fixed interest rate. # 1 – Conventional Loan Conventional loans are the easiest to remember because[…]
[slideshow_deploy id=’1118′] Our assistant and Realtor Jessica recently purchased her very first home with an FHA 203(k) Rehab Mortgage Insurance Loan. This is the first time we assisted a home purchase with this type of loan and we decided we’d like to run a series of articles about the loan, and how her progress with rehabbing[…]