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Conventional Mortgage Loan
Flexibility For Your Budget
A Conventional Mortgage is a great choice for those with good credit ratings and enough savings available for a down payment and closing costs.
What Is A Conventional Mortgage?
A Conventional Mortgage loan is issued by a private lender versus backed by the U.S. government. It requires good credit to qualify, and also allows more flexibility.
Conventional Mortgage Loans Offer:
Financing up to 95% of the price (up to 97% of the price in conjunction with our Home Possible Program)
Quick processing and closing
Flexible rates and terms
Investment properties (secondary market 1-4 units)
Seller can contribute up to 3% (up to 6% with 10% down, up to 9% with 25% or more down)
As you prepare to speak with one of our Mortgage Specialists, we recommend downloading our handy Mortgage checklist. This guide will help you gather and organize the paperwork you’ll need to start the mortgage process.
Download Our Checklist
Every situation and home is unique. We look forward to working with you on your specific need for affordable home ownership.
If you’re not ready to apply for a Mortgage loan, you might want to consider scheduling an introductory discovery call with one of our Mortgage Team representatives.
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Interested In Learning More?
To see what other types of mortgages we have available, along with our specialized mortgage programs, visit our Mortgage overview page.
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We look forward to helping you.
Membership and credit requirements apply. Rates and terms determined by overall credit history and subject to change. Equal Housing Lender.
Mortgage products in New York State only and offered by our Mortgage Team, Homeowners Advantage (HOA), which is a subsidiary of Broadview FCU. HOA is a Licensed Mortgage Banker – NYS Dept. of Financial Services. HOA NMLS Identifier: 290363. Principal Address: 4 Winners Circle, Albany NY 12205. Broadview FCU NMLS Identifier: 458314
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