HUD REO 100 Down Mortgage

So, what is the catch to the HUD REO 100 Down Mortgage?  The only catch is the property must be a HUD owned home.  Basically, a HUD home is a home that was foreclosed on and had an FHA-insured mortgage.  HUD pays off the losses of the bank or lender and takes the home back to sell,  thus recouping their losses.  It is then offered for sale at market value, based on a recent AS-IS appraisal, meaning, and the market value in its current condition. If you find a HUD home you like, a HUD registered realtor is needed to help set up a showing and to make a bid.  HUD homes are listed for sale by management companies under contract by HUD.

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USDA LOANS

USDA Loans

image The Guaranteed Rural Housing Loan Program is offered through the Rural Housing Service (RHS), an agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

The program offers assistance to low and moderate-income rural residents whose income is equal to or less than 115% of the area median income.

It was designed to assist qualifying rural residents with better access to affordable housing finance options with little or no down payment or out-of-pocket costs.

There are several advantages to using USDA’s Home Loan Program.

  • 100% Financing
  • Low Monthly Mortgage Insurance(MI)
  • Low Mortgage Interest Rates
  • Low Closing Costs
  • Never a Pre-payment Penalty with USDA

Am I really ready to buy?

Buying a home offers many advantages, one of the most significant being that it allows you to build equity (ownership) when you pay your mortgage each month. A common myth is that monthly mortgage payments are more expensive than rent. But, in many cases, mortgage payments can be even less than rent. When considering home ownership for the first time, you need to decide whether buying makes financial and practical sense for you right now or if you are better off renting. Consider both the advantages and disadvantages to renting as well as buying, and weigh the pros and cons for your particular situation. Purchasing a home is a very exciting time, and being well prepared will help you make better decisions.

3 Percent Down!

3% Down Programs

3 percent down programs

For many homebuyers, finding their perfect house is the easy part finding the right financing for their circumstances can be harder. 3% down mortgage helps address the financing challenges of multigenerational households, such as parents, adult children, and others sharing a home, and low- and moderate-income households.

Wright Mortgage’s 3% programs allows accessible financing and supports sustainable homeownership. Key features include:

  • Low Down Payment and Flexible Sources of Funds. Allows down payments as low as 3%, with no minimum contribution required from the buyer’s own funds (on 1-unit properties).
  • Conventional home financing with private mortgage insurance (PMI) that, unlike many government-insured loans, may be eligible for cancellation when home equity reaches 20%.
  • Homeownership education helps buyers get ready to buy a home and be prepared for the responsibilities of homeownership. The required training offers an easy-to-use, online course provided by Framework.
  • Underwriting Flexibilities. Through an innovative new feature that supports extended households, income from a non-borrower family member or other adult living in the household may be considered to allow for higher debt-to-income ratios

What are Wright Mortgage’s Portfolio Lending products?

Wright Mortgage offers portfolio lending and welcomes interested consumers looking for options to make their dream of owning a home a reality. These products are another option for someone who could not qualify for a traditional Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac loan. Products offered by Wright Mortgage include:

  • Jumbo Alternative – This lending option offers alternatives for buyers looking for loan amounts up to $2 million with flexible guidelines. A 90%  loan to value (LTV) ratio, debt to income (DTI) ratio up to 50 percent and an interest-only option are offered. Types of acceptable income documentation include restricted stock units, asset depletion and additional solutions for self-employed buyers.
  • Homeowners Access – This solution was designed to assist buyers achieve or re-establish homeownership. Maximum DTI accepted is 60 percent, and there are special considerations for late mortgage payments within the last year or a housing or credit incident greater than 24 months. Buyers may be eligible for financing that was not previously available to them through alternative lending means.
  • Fresh Start – This lending option is for buyers that have not been able to receive financing because of a short sale, bankruptcy, foreclosure or a deed in lieu within the past 24 months.
  • Foreign National – This option helps make buying a second home in the United States easier for qualified non-citizens who visit the country regularly for business or vacation. There are both fixed- and adjustable-rate options available, along with flexible guidelines to help qualified Foreign National buyers obtain home financing.