Are you looking to upsize or downsize?
Whether you are moving to a larger home, a smaller home, or moving to a new area you have the opportunity to start creating financial stability for your family. Regardless of the type of move you are making, the most important things is that the transition is smooth. The last thing you should have to worry about is whether you got the right loan or not.
We understand that this isn’t your first time getting a loan, but we also have helpful resources to give you that extra certainty that you are on the right path home.
Common Loans Used When Moving
In most situations, a conventional loan is the best option for relocating. We understand that this likely isn’t your first loan, but there are still several factors that will affect your interest rates, how much you have to put down, or if you’ll need to refinance the home that you have now. Here is an in-depth look at your options for loans to help you relocate smoothly into your new home.
Which loan is best for me?
The best way to make your transition quick and easy is to determine which loan will be best for you. Even though this may be your second or third home loan, your individual situation will determine which loan is best for you. A consultation is likely needed in order to determine how much money you will need to put down or if you can avoid private mortgage insurance.
Our mortgage guide will help you understand everything you need to know in order to get the best loan and best rates possible for your situation.
At US Lending you get more than just a loan.
You get a team of mortgage professionals supporting you every step of the way, helping you achieve your home ownership goals. We are solution-oriented, always looking to qualify and create pathways toward home ownership for everyone we see. Our passion is to help people see their home-ownership dreams come true.
Real Estate Offices trusted US Lending as their primary recommended lender. (2015 figures)
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Clients were able to successfully complete their loan when pre-approved by US Lending. (2015 figures)