FHA Loan Purchase
Buying a home when you have little money saved & a less-than perfect credit score might seem like a crazy dream, but it's not. In many cases an FHA loan can help!
Overview: FHA Home Loans
Achievable Down Payment Options
An FHA loan is a home loan the Federal Housing Administration insures. FHA loans require a smaller a down payment and lower closing costs and allow relaxed lending standards to help homeowners who don’t qualify for a conventional mortgage.
FHA loans allow a down payment of as little as 3.5% on a mortgage. This can make it possible for lower- and middle-income borrowers to buy a house when they don’t qualify for a conventional loan — which has stricter requirements, including a higher credit score and bigger down payment.
The main benefits of an FHA loan are:
How do I qualify for a FHA Home Loan?
FHA loans are a good option for first-time homebuyers who may not have saved enough for a large down payment. Even borrowers who have suffered from bankruptcy or foreclosures may qualify for an FHA-backed mortgage.
The major eligibility requirements include: