Please feel free to use our mortgage calculator to help you understand how much your payments will be to buy your house.
Conventional mortgages are ideal for buyers with good credit and money to put down. They typically require a higher down payment, usually 5%–20% and also have higher income and credit score requirements than government loans. Typical fixed-rate loans have a term of 30 or 15 years.
FHA loans are designed to benefit first-time homebuyers and buyers with less than perfect credit and not a lot of money to put down. FHA loan limits vary by county.
If you are a veteran or a current member of the U.S. military, you can apply for a VA Loan, which currently offers up to 100% home financing. Thank you for your service!
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The Truth About Lending
Melinda Payan offers you more than twenty years of business and financial expertise in order to successfully and expeditiously negotiate your financing needs.
Our staff is comprised of a former loss mitigation underwriter, a mortgage company owner, mortgage processors, and licensed active mortgage brokers, all of whom are here for the sole purpose of assisting you and getting your loan successfully completed as quickly as possible.
In addition The Truth About Lending has access to many programs that other lenders may not. If you have had a recent bankruptcy, foreclosure or short sale and you want to purchase a house we may have financing options for you. In 2008 when the mortgage industry crashed Melinda and her family went through some difficult times when one of her children was very sick. She ended up having to short sale her own home. She knows how it feels to get a fresh start and it has become her passion to be able to help others. If you have been turned down by other lenders call The Truth About Lending we may have options for you.