Home Purchase

Fixed-Rate Mortgage

With a fixed rate mortgage, your principal and interest payments stay the same for the life of the loan—a good choice if you’re planning to stay in your home for a long time. Choose from varying year terms, such as 30 year or 15 year.

 

Adjustable-Rate Mortgage

Adjustable rate mortgages (ARM), also known as variable rate mortgages, have varying terms to maturity where your interest rate and monthly principal and interest payments remain fixed for the initial pre-determined period of time, once the fixed period expires the interest rate adjusts annually based on a rate index.

 

Jumbo Loans

For loans over $453,100, we offer jumbo mortgages, also called non-conforming loans. Jumbo financing options include fixed and adjustable rate mortgages, with a range of terms to accommodate your immediate and long-term financial plans.


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