Becoming a homeowner for the first time can be an exciting adventure. The following information will provide you with the tools and knowledge to navigate the process. Click on the section headers below for FAQs.
- • 30 Year Fixed Rate
- • Low Down Payments
- • Flexible Guidelines
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Equal Housing Lender.
First Time Homebuyers
- 3.875% rate
- 4.492% APR
30 Year Fixed Rate Special
No Closing Costs
Advertised Annual Percentage Rate (APR) with 0 points as of 12/6/2019. All borrowers must be a first time homebuyer to qualify. Minimum credit score of 720 required for all borrowers. Maximum loan amount $510,400. Mortgage insurance (PMI), property insurance (and flood insurance if applicable) required. Account subject to individual approval. Rate and APR subject to change without notice. Single family, owner-occupied properties only. PCU’s regular terms and conditions apply. No Closing Cost offer available only on 30 Year Fixed Rate Special loans. If applicable, borrower must pay certain costs (e.g. prepaid interest, initial escrow deposit, PMI). Attorney’s closing fees capped at $900 (typically $600-$700). 100% financing offer only applicable to first time homebuyer loans; all borrowers must be a first time homebuyer to qualify. Equal Housing Lender.
The quotes above are only a sample of the wide variety of loan programs and rates available. The rates and points listed below do not take into consideration possible adjustments based on an evaluation of the following:
Applicant's credit score, Loan-to-Value, combined Loan-to-Value, subordinate financing, occupancy, appraised value, down payment, property type, property use and loan purpose. Rates and points may differ for individuals.
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