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Conventional Home Loans

Conventional Mortgage Lender

Conventional Home Mortgages can be used to purchase primary, secondary, and investment properties. In this way, conventional loans differ from other types of mortgage loans by allowing for different property uses.  Guaranteed by either Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac, conventional mortgages have different criteria and are ideal for borrowers who have higher credit scores.  Subsequently, conventional mortgage loans usually require less documentation than VA Home Loans, FHA Home Loans, or USDA Home Loans which makes for easier qualifying.  Conventional Mortgage Rates are typically lower as the credit requirements are higher for conventional loans.   The factors considered when applying for Conventional Home Loans are the borrower’s financial history, income, credit score, and down payment compared to the sales price of the home. The last item considered on Conventional Home Loans is the loan limits based on the county where the property is located.  These are separated into conforming and high-balance loan limits. For more information on a specific area please contact one of our licensed loan officers. Call today to speak to a licensed mortgage officer.
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Capital Home Mortgage Rates

Have you ever wondered why interests rates are what they are and what determines the final rate?  Why borrowers receive different interest rates? Or why rates go up and down?  Interest Rates are calculated using several factors.

  • Demand for the mortgage Securities
  • Property securing the mortgage
  • occupancy of the property
  • Loan to value of the property
  • Borrower’s credit worthiness

Conventional Purchase Loans

Conventional Purchase Loans are one of the most popular types of loans and a great choice for many home buyers. Conventional mortgages can be used to purchase any type of occupancy, while FHA, USDA, VA and Native American Loans are restricted to primary residence only. Conventional mortgages are great for borrowers that have higher credit scores and typically have easier qualifying.  

  • Freddie Mac or Fannie Mae Insured
  • Primary, 2nd or Investment Homes
  • Single and Multi Family
  • Condo’s and Manufactured Homes
  • Mortgage Insurance Options
  • Lower Rates & Fleixble Terms
  • Maximum Loan Amount – $715,000
  • High Balance (Varies By County)

Conventional Refinance Loans

Conventional Refinance Loans are used for more refinances than any other type of mortgage loan.   This is due to Conventional loans allowing for all occupancy and property types and typically don’t require any mortgage insurance due to loan to value requirements. Conventional mortgages due require higher credit scores but offer better rates.  

  • Freddie Mac or Fannie Mae Insured
  • Primary, 2nd or Investment Homes
  • Single and Multi Family
  • Condo’s and Manufactured Homes
  • Mortgage Insurance Options
  • Lower Rates & Fleixble Terms
  • Maximum Loan Amount – $715,000
  • High Balance (Varies By County)

Conventional Renovation Loans

Want a new home? Don’t want to purchase a home from a builder?  Prefer the charm of an older home, or the elegance of a mature neighborhood… Or just want the perfect location close to town.  Making your dream home come true might just be updating that older home. 

  • 95% LTV Primary  Residence
  • 97% LTV 1st Time Buyer Single Family
  • 85% LTV on 1 Unit Investment
  • 90% LTV on Second Home
  • Minimum Credit Score 620
  • Luxury Renovations are Eligible
  • Maximum Loan Amount – $715,000
  • High Balance (Varies By County)

Conventional Purchase Loans

Conventional Purchase Loans are one of the most popular types of loans and a great choice for many home buyers. Conventional mortgages can be used to purchase any type of occupancy, while FHA, USDA, VA and Native American Loans are restricted to primary residence only. Conventional mortgages are great for borrowers that have higher credit scores and typically have easier qualifying.  

  • Freddie Mac or Fannie Mae Insured
  • Primary, 2nd or Investment Homes
  • Single and Multi Family
  • Condo’s & Manufactured Homes
  • Mortgage Insurance Options
  • Lower Rates and Better Terms
  • Maximum Loan Amount – $715,000
  • High Balance ( Varies By County )

Conventional Refinance Loans

Conventional Refinance Loans are used for more refinances than any other type of mortgage loan.   This is due to Conventional loans allowing for all occupancy and property types and typically don’t require any mortgage insurance due to loan to value requirements. Conventional mortgages due require higher credit scores but offer better rates.  

  • Freddie Mac or Fannie Mae Insured
  • Primary, 2nd or Investment Homes
  • Single and Multi-Family
  • Condo’s & Manufactured Homes
  • Mortgage Insurance Options
  • Lower Rates and Better Terms
  • Maximum Loan Amount – $715,000
  • High Balance ( Varies by County )

Conventional Renovation Loans

Want a new home? Don’t want to purchase a home from a builder?  Prefer the charm of an older home, or the elegance of a mature neighborhood… Or just want the perfect location close to town.  Making your dream home come true might just be updating that older home. 

  • Up to 97% LTV of “As-Completed”
  • Owner-occupied 1–4 unit Primary 
  • Owner-occupied 1–4 unit Condos 
  • 85% LTV on a 1-unit Investment 
  • 90% on a 1-unit Second Home
  • Credit Scores Down to 620
  • Luxury Renovations are Eligible

Not Sure? Take a Look at Other Capital Home Mortgages

FHA Home Loans

VA Home Loans

Conventional Home Loans

USDA Home Loans

Jumbo Home Loans

Native American Home Loans

Manufactured Home Loans

Renovation Home Loans

One Time Close Home Loans

Non Qualified Home Loans

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