We offer low home mortgage rates on Arizona mortgages on all loan products. We offer Jumbo loans, FHA loans, VA loans, Harp loans, Reverse Mortgages, Fannie Mae Home Homepath, Unlimited Investment Property loans for both purchases and refinances, Conventional loans, Hard money loans, and Commercial loans. You name it we do it. We have access to lenders around the country. We are a small mortgage broker shop that has extremely low overhead. Thus, we are able to pass on our cost savings to our customers by offering them lower Arizona mortgage rates.
Arizona Mortgage Rates:
Arizona mortgage rates have been relatively low for most of 2015 on all loan products. However, their is speculation that interest rates will be going up in mid December 2015. Our current chairwoman of the FED has made it quite clear that there is a rate hike in our near future.
Therefore, if you have been thinking about purchasing a new home or refinancing now is the time to act before there is a rate hike.
Need help with your down payment money on your new home?
Do you have any VA benefits? If yes, then a 100% no money down VA home mortgage loan is the perfect solution for you. VA loans not only allow no money down but they also do not carry any mortgage insurance on the loan. Thus, your total monthly mortgage payment is much cheaper than they other loan product.
Don’t have VA benefits and still need down payment assistance on your new home?
If you are purchasing home in Maricopa county for less than $271,050 then an FHA loan might be the perfect Arizona mortgage loan for you. An FHA loan allows an immediate family member to gift borrowers their down payment and closing costs money. Thus, helping a lot of people obtain the dream of owning their own home.
If you are purchasing a home in a rural area, then a USDA Rural Housing loan would be the perfect Arizona mortgage for you. USDA Rural housing loans offer no money down but are only available to borrowers who buy a home in a rural area.
Do you still have questions?
If you prefer to speak to a live person, please call our office directly at 602-358-8717.
We are open seven days a week to answer your call and questions.
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