Flagstaff Arizona Home Construction & Financing

By
Home Builder with AHK Contracting, LLC

Thanks to Community First Financial our customers can build their home with no initial cash out of pocket.  This is very important to AHK Contacting because it allows our customers to find the land/lot they want to build on and then close one loan that includes the purchase of the land and the construction costs.   This is a very streamline process, saving time and money.

Our Unique Flagstaff, AZ.  Construction Loans Generally

  1. No money down *
  2. 100% financing (including land)
  3. No payments during construction up to 2 year (not even interest payments)**
  4. If we do not save you at least 10%, we will not fund the loan!
    *Must qualify through our Automated Underwriting System**certain exceptions may apply

The best Flagstaff, AZ. construction loan ever

  1. Reasonable credit guidelines and great rates
  2. Stated income for self-employed
  3. Owner Builder Financing Available 
  4. General Contractor, Builder, License, Experience, Resume NOT REQUIRED
  5. Single Close Loan to save you closing costs
  6. Assistance with our Line Item Draws
  7. Interest accrues on the amount of each draw, not on the total amount of the loan
  8. No cash down - can loan up to 90% of the appraised value
  9. Construction Interest included in loan - no monthly payments required during construction
  10. No need to sell your existing home to qualify or to build

Call for more details.

Let us build your dream home.

Email: 

http://www.ahkhomes.com/

gerry@ahkhomes.com
peter@ahkhomes.com

Phone:  (928) 779-9110
Address:  912 North Beaver Street
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Call Community First Financial for all your construction financing needs;

480-305-8905

http://www.communityfirstfinancial.com/

Comments (1)

Fred Griffin Florida Real Estate
Fred Griffin Real Estate - Tallahassee, FL
Licensed Florida Real Estate Broker

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