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There are millions of people out there trying to figure out this whole mortgage thing, and when you're buying a home You need a mortgage expert that's where Darren Copeland can help you.  The team he has assembled in his office are committed to helping you get into the best mortgage program for your situation and that means we want you to know and understand which loan is the best for you!  We'll go through our list and let you know the benefits for each loan program and that will help you decide which loan program is best for you and once you've got an idea of what you're looking for you can get pre-approved with us! The informaton listed below will give you great information about the home loan programs available, but asking a mortgage lender to assist you is always the best option when picking a mortgage program.

  1. FHA LoansYou need a mortgage expert
    • FHA mortgages are government insured mortgages that are great for people who are looking for a home and might not have the 20% required by a conventional mortgage, making it the best home lone for first time home buyers or even home buyers who might not have a great credit score.  The guidelines are more flexible and the credit requirements are too and the interest rate is competitive, however to accomodate the 3.5% downpayment requirement you'll be asked to pay a small amount of money each month known as PMI, which is basically insurance that covers the loan on your home if you were to default on it.
  2. Conventional Home Loans
    • The conventional mortgage is the best house loan for those borrows who have excellent credit and have the ability to put down a 20% down payment on their home.  This is an unlimited loan, meaning that there are no limits on your income, no locational restrictions or occupany restrictions (meaning you could use a conventional loan to purchase a 2nd home.)
  3. USDA Mortgage You need a mortgage expert
    • While the FHA and Coventional loans require down payments the USDA is a no down payment program, that means you'll only have to cover your closing costs!  You will have to qualify with a good credit score and meet the income and location eligibility requirements.  This loan is also called the rural development loan, so most suburban or urban areas are not available for the USDA Home Loan.  There is no PMI, and the guidelines are flexible in regards to your credit scoree.
  4. VA Home LoanYou need a mortgage expert
    • The VA loan is the next government backed home loan program that has a no down payment policy however the VA loan is limited to veterans and those who are currently serving in the U.S. Military and have been issued their dd214 or COE.  The credit guidelines are flexible and the interest rate is most often lower than that of conventional or FHA/USDA loans.

Now that you know what loan programs are out there, you need a mortgage expert to help you down the path to home ownership in Lee's Summit and the Kansas City area! Feel free to give us a call 816-268-4025 or connect with us here or online via social media and we'll help you with picking a mortgage program!

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Darren Copeland | Home Loans | Lee's Summit MODarren Copeland, Vice President LeaderOne Financial

4967-B NE Goodview Circle, Lees Summit, MO 64064

(816) 268-4025

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