When house-hunting for your new home, you might discover one that would be perfect for you but needs a bit of TLC. Don’t worry! An FHA 203k rehab loan is there to make your dreams of homeownership come true. This loan allows you to borrow both what you need to purchase the home
and what you need to make repairs—an all in one mortgage. If you think this might be the option for you, take a look at our 8 steps to a 203k rehab loan.
Don’t be under the impression that you
have to buy a house that’s in perfect condition. Renovating and making repairs will allow you to create exactly what you want, so keep this option in mind when you’re ready to find the home of your dreams!
You can find out more about 203(k) rehab loans here. For questions or more information about the homebuying process, contact one of our licensed Mortgage Loan Originators. If you are ready to begin the process, click here to get started!
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loan program you choose, and that it meets your unique financial needs. Subject to Debt-to-Income and Underwriting requirements. This is not a credit decision or a commitment to lend. Eligibility is subject to completion of an application and verification of home ownership, occupancy, title, income, employment, credit, home value, collateral, and underwriting requirements. Refinancing an existing loan may result in the total finance charges being higher over the life of the loan. Not all programs are available in all areas. Offers may vary and are subject to change at any time without notice. Qualifying credit score needed for conventional loans. LTV’s can be as high as 96.5% for FHA loans. FHA minimum FICO score required. Fixed rate loans only. W2 transcript option not permitted. Veterans Affairs loans require a funding fee, which is based on various loan characteristics. For USDA loans, 100% financing, no down payment is required. The loan amount may not exceed 100% of the appraised value, plus the guarantee fee may be included. Loan is limited to the appraised value without the pool, if applicable. The pre-approval may be issued before or after a home is found. A pre-approval is an initial verification that the buyer has the income and assets to afford a home up to a certain amount. This means we have pulled credit, collected documents, verified assets, submitted the file to processing and underwriting, ordered verification of rent and employment, completed an analysis of credit, debt ratio and assets, and issued the pre-approval. The pre-approval is contingent upon no changes to financials and property approval/appraisal. For Arizona originators: AZ# BK-0934973. In Alaska, business will only be conducted under NFM Lending and not any of our affiliate sites.