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Applying for a mortgage can be daunting, but it does not have to be — our experts are here to help with the process.

Key Features

  • Variety of Financing Programs
  • Competitive Rates
  • Refinancing Available
  • Awesome Service
  • Competitively low rates for the financing, refinancing, or construction of your home
  • Available for primary residences, second homes, vacation homes, and investment properties
  • Access to a range of mortgage programs to offer you more options:
    • First-time homebuyer programs
    • Fixed-Rate Mortgages
    • Adjustable-Rate Mortgages (ARMs)
    • And more!
  • Quick and easy pre-approval process for extra confidence when starting the home search process
  • Refinance your current property to potentially lower your rate
  • Prompt decision-making and processing
  • Attentive service from staff experienced in the local real estate market

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What Kind of Loan Can I Get?

A variety of mortgages are available. We can help you select the loan type that meets your needs.

Fixed Rate: Borrowers who opt for a fixed rate mortgage — the most popular type — enjoy the security of knowing their interest rate remains the same for the life of the loan. 

Adjustable Rate: With an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM), the interest rate fluctuates to keep in line with shifting market rates. When interest rates go up, your monthly mortgage payments may go up as well. When interest rates go down, your monthly mortgage payments may go down. 

How Do Mortgage Loans Work?

A mortgage, or property loan, is usually a long-term commitment. With the many different types of mortgages, it’s important to find the mortgage that’s right for you. The most popular term, or length of the loan, is 30 years.

Applying for and getting a mortgage can be daunting, but it does not have to be — our experts are here to help with the process. Learning as much as you can about what to expect will make you more comfortable as your move forward.

When you sign a mortgage agreement, you agree to repay:

  • The principal – the actual amount you are borrowing, plus
  • The interest – the percentage you pay over and above the amount financed.

You can choose a mortgage with an interest rate that is:

  • Fixed – which remains the same for the entire term of the loan, or
  • Adjustable – often called an ARM, in which the interest rate varies during the life of the loan.

When you apply for a mortgage, typically you make a down payment – a certain percentage of the purchase price in cash, up front. The down payment represents your equity, or personal investment in the house.

A lender may charge a loan origination fee – a fee paid to the lender for processing a loan application. The origination fee is also known as points. A point is one percent of the amount you are financing. Usually, the more points you pay, the lower the interest rate.

Closing, or settlement, is the final step of the mortgage process. At the closing, your mortgage is initiated, and you take possession of your new home. Closing costs, which vary from state to state, may include: 

Transfer Taxes: State or local tax, payable when title passes from one owner to another, and recording taxes.

Title Insurance: An examination of municipal or county records to determine the legal ownership of property, usually performed by a title company.

Survey: A drawing or map showing the precise legal boundaries of a property, the location of improvements, easements, rights of way, encroachments, and other physical features.

Discount Points: 1 percent of the amount you are financing.

Appraisal: A written analysis of the estimated value of a property prepared by a qualified appraiser.


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