FHA loans are ideal for many home purchasers, as they are guaranteed by the government under the Federal Housing Administration. The US Federal Housing Administration protects lenders by providing mortgage insurance, which safeguards them against the possibility of financial loss due to borrowers defaulting on loans.
How do you qualify for an FHA loan
- FHA loans require a minimum credit score of 620.
- Two years of verifiable employment history.
- Verification of income.
- Looking to purchase a primary residence.
- No bankruptcies in the last 24 months.
The Advantages Of FHA Loans
There are many benefits for homebuyers who want to utilize an FHA loan.
- Competitive closing costs
- 3.5% down for credit scores of 620 or higher.
- Flexible loan terms of 15, 20, or 30 years.
- Interest rates are fixed in most cases vs. some conventional loans
Is An FHA Loan Right For Me?
With lower credit score requirements and other attractive features, these loans have been the perfect solution for those looking to buy a home. Since every person looking to purchase a home has unique financial circumstances, it is best to work with a knowledgeable lender who can help you decide if this loan is the best option for you. Contact us today to see if you qualify.
How to apply for an FHA Home Loan
FHA loans have given millions of people the chance to experience the pride of homeownership. Our team of mortgage experts at Better Lending has guided many homebuyers through the mortgage process. Contact our FHA approved lender team today to learn more about why so many people in our community have trusted us to be their mortgage lender.
|Conventional||rates as low as 2.25%||rates as low as 2.522%|
|FHA||rates as low as 1.75%||rates as low as 2.224%|
|VA||rates as low as 2.25%||rates as low as 2.410%|
|USDA||rates as low as 1.75%||rates as low as 2.524%|
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This guide is meant to give you the right amount of foundation information so you can ask your loan advisor the questions you may have that pertinent to your unique situation.
Mortgages obtained through the Federal Housing Administration (which is part of the US Federal Housing Administration) provide mortgage insurance to protect lenders, safeguarding them against defaults by borrowers.
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