Texas Home Loans
Which Loan Type is Right for You?
First Time Home Buyer? FHA Loans are probably your best option
Perfect for 1st time home buyers because FHA loans require only 3.5% down. Available to all buyers, FHA loan programs are primarily designed to help low and moderate-income families who do not meet requirements for conventional loans that adhere to more strict underwriting guide lines. However, there are cases in which borrowers who are eligible for conventional financing would still choose a FHA loan. FHA home loan programs are particularly beneficial to those buyers with less available cash as the required down payment is lower than for conventional loans. Rates on FHA loans are also generally lower than conventional mortgage loans.
US Vets - We specialize in VA Home Loans
Proudly serving our Texas veterans and here to say “Welcome Home!”. Lone Star Financing is an approved VA mortgage lender in Texas with low rates and low fees. VA loans haver a lot of great advantages Veterans that are eligible are all active duty, honorably discharged Veterans with 22 months service, or reservists with 6 completed years—or a qualifying combination. A Certificate of Eligibility or Statement of Service is required to qualify for the VA loan.
Rural Properties - USDA Home Loans
100% Financing Options for rural properties. A USDA Loan is guaranteed by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and is intended for the purchase of rural property. USDA mortgage loans require a reasonable credit history along with income restrictions. USDA loans allow for 100% financing with the ability to finance closing costs and repairs, provided the property appraises. There are many benefits to USDA home loans in Texas.
Conventional Mortgages—Loans Under $548,250
Loans More than $548,250—Jumbo Mortgage Loans
Jumbo / Non-Conforming Mortgages also referred to as Jumbo Mortgages. They are unique in that they are not secured by either Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, or FHA. These mortgage loans are made possible using private investor programs. This difference means that there is no guarantee provided to the investor, so consequently the mortgage’s guidelines are not standardized and are subject to the investors’ requirements. Typically these guidelines are more restrictive, yet make it possible for larger purchases to be financed at competitive rates.
Not sure which loan type is right for you? Call or Apply online to speak with an experienced loan officer. We’ll take you through all the options, discuss rates and loan types and help customize a loan just for your specific lending needs.
During your free consultation, a loan officer will:
- Review your scenario
- Provide best loan options
- Review available rates and fees
- Calculate your exact borrowings & repayments
- Explain all fees, charges, and the general process
- Show you ways to save money
- Provide a no cost loan estimate
- Learn more about the Home Loan Process