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 Point Basics: Why Paying Points is an Investment          By Capita Mtg Corp. on May 22, 2014 in Mortgage News

Mortgage points, also referred to as ‘discount points,’ are payable at closing. Each point is charged at 1% of your mortgage loan and reduces your interest rate by a certain amount. The amount by which the rate is reduced for each point varies according to your mortgage and your lender, though an average is 0.25% – 0.5%. However, 0.125% and 0.75% have also been offered.

Because your interest rate is reduced, your monthly repayment will also be reduced. This does not affect how long it takes to clear your mortgage, since the mortgage terms remains the same – you just pay less interest each month because your interest rate is less. Lenders will also place a limit on the number of discount or mortgage points you can purchase.

Why Pay Mortgage Points

On every $100,000 of your mortgage, one point will cost you $1,000 which must be paid at closing. What can you save by doing this? If your mortgage was $200,000, you would pay $4,000 for two mortgage points at 0.25% each, saving you 0.5% interest rate. You can work out how much this can save you using an amortization calculator.

We shall consider your monthly payment and your total interest paid for the term of the above mortgage over 30 years and 15 years. If you had the above $200,000 mortgage over 30 years, two points totaling 0.5% would save you $56.74 each month. You total interest savings over the 30 years would be $20,426.83.

Over 15 years the corresponding saving would be $49.61/month and $8,929.94. Points therefore save more the longer the term of your mortgage. Over 30 years, your initial $4,000 would be repaid within 5 years 10 months, and over 15 years in 6 years 9 months. The longer the term of your mortgage the quicker the payback, and the more you save overall.

General Aspects of Paying Points

  •   Keep in mind that the above rate reductions per point are examples only. The actual rates offered can be more or less than this. 0.25%, however, is a good average.
  • If you have an adjustable rate mortgage, your points will apply only to the initial fixed rate. Points are therefore not usually purchased with ARMs.
  • You might be able to claim a tax benefit on points: check up with your tax adviser on this.

Something else you must consider is that if you make a down payment of 20% of the purchase price, you can avoid paying Private Mortgage Insurance. You should be careful how you spend your spare cash: if buying points prevents you making a 20% deposit, then do the math. Compare the price of PMI each year with what you would save with your points each year.

Mortgage points can be a good investment for you. However, they tend to be more viable with longer term mortgages. You are advised to check the cost of points with your mortgage, how much each point is worth, and then calculate the benefit to you of buying points. They work for many people, but not for all.

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