If you’re buying, financing, or building a home with a higher property value and can manage larger monthly mortgage payments, a jumbo loan, also referred to as a non-conforming loan, may be a good choice for you.
“Non-conforming” refers to loan amounts higher than the maximum conforming limits available for Fannie Mae loans. Jumbo loans are available in a variety of fixed-rate and adjustable-rate options. Although they usually feature both a higher down payment amount and higher interest rate than standard mortgages, a fixed or variable-rate jumbo loan can help some people accommodate large purchases.
Some of the key features of a jumbo loan include:
A jumbo loan can help finance your primary or secondary home. Contact us today to discuss whether a jumbo loan is right for you.
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