FHA Loans were designed with the first time homebuyer in mind and are mortgage loans insured by the Federal Housing Administration. They are generally easier to qualify for than conventional financing, allowing lower credit scores and higher debt-to-income ratios. FHA home loans require as little as 3.5% down but require an upfront mortgage insurance premium that can be financed with the loan, and monthly mortgage insurance. The up-front and monthly rates vary depending on down payment amount and loan term. With the minimum down payment of 3.5%, these rates are currently at 1.75% for the front premium, and 0.85% for the monthly mortgage insurance.
Advantages of FHA Loans
Borrowers with lower or no credit scores who can’t qualify for conventional loans.
Borrowers who can’t pay 5% minimum down payment. A lot of first-time home buyers.
Someone who wants to buy multifamily homes and owner occupy one unit with low down payment.
Clients who can’t qualify with debt to income and need a non-owner occupied co-borrower.
FHA Home Loans
Very recently HUD dropped the monthly mortgage insurance premiums from 1.35% annually, to 0.85% for 30 years fixed FHA Home Loans. With this change, or if rates ever drop to the benefit of the home-buyer, an FHA Loans can be easily refinanced through the Streamline Refinance option. USA Mortgage has many options for a simple FHA streamline refinance that do not require the borrower to credit qualify, or require a new appraisal.
USA Mortgage Advantage
Full-service lender serving state of Missouri
In-house processing, underwriting and funding.
Accepts some lower and no credit scores for these loans.
Offers competitive rates and fees.
Apply for FHA Loans
USA Mortgage Columbia regional office has many locations in Missouri, Arkansas, Illinois, Oklahoma, Kansas, Iowa, and nearby areas. We have all the resources needed to make your dream a reality. Are you ready to move forward with your next home purchase? A local mortgage broker will guide you every step of the way. Apply now and find out if you qualify for an FHA home loan.