Home Loan Products

  • Mortgage Refinance Loans
    Learn More Home values are rising, refinance rates are still low, and mortgage lenders are approving more loan applications! Will 2015 be your lucky year? Determine your potential savings and find out if you qualify for a home refinance.
  • Home Equity Loans
    Learn More Home equity is increasing in the U.S., while interest rates are still extremely low, thousands of homeowners are taking advantage of the equity in their home! Find out how you can exchange home equity for cash with a second mortgage or home equity line of credit (HELOC).
  • FHA Loans
    Learn More FHA home loans allow you to buy a home with just 3.5 percent down. Underwriting guidelines are flexible, the loans are assumable, and there are no prepayment penalties! Get current FHA mortgage rates and find out if you qualify for an FHA loan today.
  • VA Loans
    Learn More Eligible service members and veterans can purchase homes with zero down and pay no mortgage insurance with a VA loan! There is no loan limit, and VA mortgages can be assumed by non-military home buyers. Find out here if you qualify for this valuable benefit.
  • VA Finance For Manufactured Homes
    Learn More Does the VA finance manufactured homes? The VA backs mortgages for all kinds of properties -- traditional "stick-built" houses, condominiums and manufactured homes that meet...
  • Home Mortgage Loans
    Learn More Home mortgage loan requirements have changed. New programs are available, minimum credit scores are coming down, and more applicants are being approved! Click here for the latest mortgage news and current mortgage rates.
  • Refinancing a Mortgage: Your Essential 5 Step Guide
    Learn More This guide covers the topic of how to refinance a mortgage in five simple steps. There are many reasons for refinancing a mortgage -- the most common being interest rate reduction,...
  • Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) and Down Payments
    Learn More If you purchase a home with less than 20 percent down, you'll probably have to buy some form of mortgage insurance. Though paid for by the borrower, mortgage insurance protects...
  • Understanding the Mortgage Closing Process: What You Should Know in 2015
    Learn More Closing on your mortgage is the last step in buying your home. Once you've completed the closing process, you become the legal owner of your home. Obviously, this is one of the...
  • Compare Mortgage Loans: A How-to Guide
    Learn More To compare mortgage loans, borrowers consider interest rates, terms, characteristics and costs, and other factors that might apply to their individual situations. Compare Interest...