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Loan programs explained and which originators offer them

New Hampshire Housing offers several different loan programs for first-time homebuyers to help make homeownership more affordable. While the specific programs may have different income limits, in general, they serve borrowers with incomes up to $135,300. They also offer “Cash Assistance” of 2% or 3% of the base loan amount which can be used towards the down payment, closing costs and prepaid escrows. In many targeted communities the first-time home buyer requirement does not apply.

 The Homebuyer Tax Credit program can decrease the Federal income taxes you owe by up to $2000 annually. This is not a onetime tax credit; it is an annual credit for the life of the original mortgage if you live in the home. See income and purchase price limits Here. You can review participating Loan Originators and the towns they service. Contact one of them for any help or questions you may have about the New Hampshire Housing programs.

These mortgage brokers/lenders offer your typical 30- & 15-year residential mortgages for existing homes. A newly constructed home can be financed with a residential mortgage if the homebuilder is the one that applied for the new construction loan. These brokers/lenders may also offer refinancing options and most lenders will offer home equity loans.

These 30- and 15-year programs are more commonly referred to as government loans because they have much lower down payment needs and much lower credit score requirements. Veteran loans (VA) offer 100% financing. Both programs are guaranteed by government agencies against most losses the lender may incur.

When a homebuyer is applying for a new construction loan it is a two-step process. The first loan is a construction loan and money is dispersed as the home is being built. When the home is ready for occupancy the existing loan balance is then converted to a typical 30-year residential mortgage. There are several loan programs that would allow the homebuyer to build a newly constructed home prior to their existing home selling. Contact one of the mortgage originators posted here to explain how this is done. 

A reverse mortgage is a loan. Unlike a home equity loan however, it does not need to be paid back until you are no longer using the home as a primary residence. The bank makes payments to you based on your home equity value.

To be eligible, one of the homeowners must be 62 years of age or older. They can be a small balance owed, but that would be paid off with your new reverse mortgage. Loan proceeds can be used for any reason. You can receive your money in a lump-sum, monthly payments, a line of credit or any combination of the above.

This is a specialized field and the mortgage originators posted here have the experience and training to assist you.

Equine farms and country properties with a large amount of acreage are usually not available to be mortgaged with a standard residential mortgage. There are lenders that specialize in this type of property and you can find those loan originators posted here.

A commercial or industrial loan is a loan to a business rather than a loan to an individual consumer. The main purpose of a C& I is to finance capital expenditures provide working capital to the borrower. 

There are also many commercial loan programs available for the purchase of retail/office space, strip shopping malls, multifamily buildings, mixed use commercial buildings and industrial buildings. Most commercial lenders offer SBA loans, bridge loans, all types of business and commercial construction loans. You can review our commercial mortgage professionals here.