Conventional loans are any loans that are non-government funded, unlike FHA and VA loans. Conventional loans come in two forms: conforming and non-conforming. Conforming conventional loans follow loan limit guidelines, where non-conforming conventional loans offer the option to exceed loan limits enforced by the government and government-backed agencies.
In terms of mortgages, conventional loans offer the best interest rates, meaning they usually result in lower monthly payments. They are usually considered the steadiest, safest type of loan, and allow the borrower to avoid rising mortgage rates.
Conventional loans are great for many home buyers because of their ideal rates, low costs, and added flexibility. When applying for a conventional loan, you must meet 3 initial requirements:
Another benefit to taking out a conventional loan is the flexibility they provide for different types of properties. Eligible properties for conventional loans include single-family homes, condominiums, multi-unit properties, and planned unit developments.
So, if you have a decent credit score and available funds to make a down payment on an eligible property, it is likely you qualify for a conventional loan.
Most importantly: RESEARCH. Before taking out a loan, make sure to speak with a mortgage broker about the perfect loan for you, and look into mortgage loan mistakes. Some of the most common mistakes people make when applying for a conventional loan is not checking their credit beforehand and ignoring the real expenses of homeownership.
Conventional loans are a safe, beneficial option for homeowners needing to take out a mortgage. Contact The Kolesar Team today for any further information or questions about conventional loans!
Brendan and the team are as good as it gets! I’ve done multiple transactions through them over the past 5 years now and I guarantee you will be happy you used them.Scott Brouse
We embarked on our loan process thinking we would use an out of state loan agent we had used in the past despite our real estate agents recommendation of Brendan and team. After a couple hiccups with our other our other loan agent, we called Brendan. We were so impressed from the start with his clear communication and up front information. He, Tiffiney and Shannon remained responsive and thoroughly knowledgeable of every facet of the loan process. There were no unexpected surprises, everything that was possible was communicated from the start. We had an unbelievably unstressful experience! I wish they could have handled our escrow process too. You won’t be disappointed with the service they provide.Erica Sampo
Brendan and his team were an absolute pleasure to work with. They kept me informed during every step of my home purchase. I was able to get quick answers to all of my questions. I could not have asked for a more seamless process in purchasing a home. Thank you so much for all of your teams hard work and dedication. This truly has been an excellent experience and my daughter and I are looking forward to settling into our new home. Thanks again!Greg Simpson
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Brendan and his team were wonderful. I have never experienced a service like it. Everything was so stress free and his team were EXCELLENT with their communication. When you meet someone and they tell you “don’t worry, I’m here to handle it all” it does put you at ease and Brendan was that man! Thank you, thank you, thank you, for making my recent house purchase so easy and (dare I say it?) fun! I especially love the kooky videos they send you which explains everything in very easy to understand terms.Debbie Price