FHA loans are insured by the Federal Housing Administration and can be a great option for people who would normally find it difficult to qualify for a mortgage due to their income level, credit history, or their ability to put down a sufficient amount of down payment. For borrowers with a credit score of 580 or higher, these loans allow a down payment of just 3.5% of the total cost of the home. For those with a credit score between 500 and 579, a 10% down payment is required.
An FHA loan is one of the most attainable home loans on the market. Geared towards helping first-time home buyers, these loans offer affordable down payments and less-strict credit score requirements for those who qualify. Whether you’re in the market for a new home or seeking financial assistance to help renovate your current one, FHA loans can offer funding for your residential goals.
Before applying for an FHA loan, it’s important to know what to expect throughout the process. Once approved for an FHA loan, it is required to have an appraisal and credit report performed. A closing cost may also be required, depending on whether the home seller chooses to cover the closing costs or not.
Our team offers a 24-hour loan center for future home owners who don’t have time to apply for a loan during regular business hours. We offer quick loan approvals and provide our clients with the best loan options for their needs and financial situations. Our team members are well-versed in FHA loan rules and requirements and will ensure you are knowledgeable about our mortgage process prior to committing to a loan.
For any questions about the FHA mortgage loan process or any of our other home loan services, give our team at LowRates a call to speak to a local team member who can answer all of your home loan questions. Contact Us Today!
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Once your application is complete, we’ll take a look at your family’s financial situation and home loan needs and then pair you with a list of mortgage options.
Review and discuss your loan options with your loan officer to make sure you choose the right loan for your needs.
Once your loan is chosen and your application is accepted, you are ready to close!