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New Options in Renovation Loans

Written by Clay on . Posted in Renovation Loans

PrintRenovation loans in the past were limited to FHA 203k loans with their high cost and limitations in the scope of work.  Signet Mortgage has the Fannie Mae Renovation loan for homeowners or investors that will allow you to buy (or refinance) a property and include the cost of renovations with a single loan and one down payment!  The Fannie Mae Renovation loan is more flexible than 203(k) and avoids the cost of mandatory mortgage insurance required by the FHA 203(k) loan.  Look at this comparison … same home, same purchase price, same renovation cost.  However with loan $112,500 less cash required !! RenovationLoansComparison Do not let that “original” kitchen or the deck falling off the back of the house of a bad fencing deter you or your client from your dream home.  See through all of that with a Renovation Loan … and make that tired home … a dream home. Also, if you´re living with an elderly person, you easily invest in a home care provider and see how seniors can stay in their homes longer.

 This CAN be used to refinance a home and avoid the extra cost and uncertainty of a construction loan, so with them you can even get your hands on the new outdoor tiles for 2018 whenever you’d like. 

 More excitement …
  • Owner occupied can be 1-4 units
  • Investment Property allowed (single family only)
  • Owner occupied conforming loan can go to 95% (90% for high balance)
  • Landscaping and luxury items are allowed
  • Second homes allowed
Fine print
  • Renovations must begin within 30 days and be completed within 6 months
  • Up to 50% of the as-completed value may be used for renovation costs
  • Renovations must add value to the property
  • Rates run about 0.3750% higher than a loan without the renovation component
  • Maximum loan amounts will vary by county up to $625,500
 Contact me today to learn how to make a Fannie Mae Renovation Loan with Top Notch Renovations work for you. Also, make sure to check Caveat Loans for more info.

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