Are the requirements of a conventional mortgage keeping you from buying your dream home? Homeownership could be closer than you think. Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. offers plenty of affordable alternatives. Keep reading to learn more about these great loan options.
You can qualify for an FHA loan with a credit score as low as 500-580. These loans often have smaller down payments than conventional mortgages, so you may be able to get into a home faster.
VA loans are for veterans and military service members. You may be able to get a VA loan with no down payment.* These loans also have lenient credit requirements and don’t require mortgage insurance.
If you’re interested in buying a home in a rural area, a USDA loan could help. You may be able to buy a home without a down payment.*
Renovation Loans (203K)
Interested in buying a house that needs a little extra love? A 203K renovation loan could help you buy a home with money to pay for renovations. These loans have minimal down payments and don’t require perfect credit to qualify.
One-time-close Construction Loans
Sometimes the best way to find the right home is to build it yourself. One-time-close construction loans let you buy and build a home with one closing. You don’t have to make mortgage payments until the construction is complete.
Down Payment Assistance Programs
Conventional loans offer more flexibility than you may think. Down payment assistance programs can help you get a conventional loan with no down payment.* Some of these loans don’t require mortgage insurance, making them even more affordable.
*Closing costs and fees may still apply.
You don’t have to put your dreams of owning a home on hold. You deserve a home you love and these programs can help you buy a home even if you don’t have perfect credit or money for a large down payment.
Renovation Loan Basics
Learn more about the benefits of a renovation loan.
VA Loan Frequently Asked Questions
Gain insights about VA loans from the answers to these common questions.
FHA Frequently Asked Questions
These FAQs will help you learn more about FHA loans.
What You Should Know About the Homebuying Process
Navigate your home purchase confidently by knowing what to expect throughout the process.