Construction Permanent Loans
New home financing made simple
Building a new home is a major project with many considerations.
The location, lot size, design, materials, and choice of builder are just some of the important decisions to make—not mention what it will cost and how you will pay for it.
With so many considerations to make, it’s easy to become overwhelmed. Let us take care of the financing, so you can focus on creating the perfect home for you and your family.
A Construction Permanent Loan makes new home financing simple. There’s just one loan application and one closing. Primary or vacation home, you can use the construction loan to build either.
Other advantages of a Construction Permanent Loan include:
- Loan amounts up to $5,000,000
- Construction periods up to 12 months
- Loan Program options provide flexibility
- Secure your permanent interest rate before you begin building
Let us help you begin building your dream home.
Looking for another option?
Choose from these other mortgage types that might work for you.
Looking for stable monthly payments? With a Fixed-Rate Mortgage, the interest rate on your mortgage loan remains the same for its entire term.
Most adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) loans feature an initial fixed-rate period, with interest rates adjusting once per year after the fixed-rate term expires.
If you are a medical resident, practicing physician, attorney, oral surgeon, dentist or CPA, a Professional mortgage loan can help you achieve financial flexibility.
Government Loan Programs
If you are looking to apply for a mortgage or to refinance, you may be eligible for a FHA, VA, or USDA loan.
Building your dream home starts with finding the perfect location. With so many considerations to make in preparing to build, let us take care of the lot financing.
Renovation Permanent Loans
Kitchen remodel, attic conversion, basement finishing, or bedroom add-on—major renovations can add serious value to your home.
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