Home Purchase Loans

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  • Fast Pre-Qualification
  • Rates You Can Depend On
  • Streamlined Loan Approval Process

A properly structured home purchase loan allows you to get the home you want with a payment that fits your budget. Even first time home buyers have many options when it is time to purchase their first home. We can help you choose the right program, price range, and even direct you to the right Realtor for you in your area.

Where Do I Start When I Want to Purchase New Home?

If you are not sure how much home you can afford, what payments fit within your budget, or what type of loan program is right for your home purchase, we can help.

We can help you :

  • Get you pre-qualified so that when you find the right home you can move fast
  • Decide on an acceptable home price range
  • Calculate your anticipated monthly payments
  • Find a Realtor that can help you find the right home
  • Choose the right loan program


Home Refinancing Benefits

How Can Refinancing Help Me?

  • Pay Off Credit Cards and Save Money Every Month
  • Lower Your Mortgage Rate
  • Shorten Your Loan Term

How Can a Mortgage Refinance Help Me?

A home refinance loan can not only improve your current rate and terms, but can give you a chance to change the type of loan you are in, increasing your loan payoff time.

Refinancing your home loan enables you to replace your existing home loan with a new home loan with better terms while giving you the opportunity to get cash back from the equity you have built in your home. Using the equity in your home is a powerful tool that can help you improve your overall financial well being and pay off high interest loans, debts, and credit cards.

Home Refinance Benefits:

  •  Lower your rate
  • Decrease payoff time
  • Get cash out
  • Consolidate debt
  • Pay off credit cards
  • College tuition
  • Home improvement
  • Medical expenses

Contact a Mortgage Loan Advisor for your free mortgage analysis!



Mortgage Escrow: Why an Escrow Account is Necessary      By Capita Mtg Corp. on June 12, 2014 in Mortgage News

Mortgage escrow is a form of insurance for your lender. An escrow account gives the lender security that your property taxes and home insurance will be paid. This means that your home is not under threat of seizure should you fail to pay your taxes, and that it is insured in case of it being destroyed by fire or any other agency. Your lender loses out in either of these situations.

How a Mortgage Escrow Account Works

Part of your closing fee will likely be one year homeowner’s insurance. That covers you for your first year, after which you will have another year to pay. You also have property taxes to pay. The purpose of escrow is to add a certain amount to your monthly mortgage, so that the money needed for these payments is available when they must be paid.

Many mortgage lenders will require you to set up an escrow account, the contents of which the lender can use to pay recurring bills. Non-payment of these could compromise the lender’s investment. When it comes to taxes, lenders are behind the line for payment to the state and federal government. Hence the need for them to make sure that you are saving the cash in advance.

Once the escrow account has been set up, you do not pay into it yourself. The required sum is added to your monthly mortgage payment, and will be paid to the account by your mortgage lender.

Advantages of Escrow Accounts

The main advantage of an escrow account is that you do not have to find a large lump sum each year. If you feel that you are more able to pay an extra $250 each month than pay a lump sum of $3,000 annually, then it works for you. It also works for your lender, because the inability of some borrowers to meet these annual payments could mean foreclosure.

The tax people get first call on any cash available, and lenders tend to lose out from foreclosures of this kind. They also lose out in the event of non-insured destruction of your home. Not just them, but also you: you still owe your mortgage even if your home has been burned to the ground and you have no insurance. End of credit and no more car loans, credit cards, checking accounts or mortgages.

Disadvantages of Mortgage Escrow

The main disadvantage is that your escrow account does not earn interest. You might be lucky and find one that does, but it will be a very low rate. It would be far better to pay the same into an investment account, and draw it to pay your annual tax and insurance bills yourself. Whether you are permitted to do this will depend on your credit record and financial situation.

Can you avoid escrow? Yes, if you are not a first-time buyer or can make a large down payment. However, for many people, mortgage escrow is well worthwhile. It makes sure that they do not have to come up with a large lump sum each year. It is more convenient to pay recurring annual payments monthly in advance – and if they decide to sell, they don’t have to bring any property taxes up to date.

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