As you contemplate getting into the housing market, whether it's for the first time, or you're looking to get back in after a past economic event, knowing what types of loans are available and what you may qualify for is very important.
California Mortgage Associates offers the following loan products below and we're happy to take the time to find one that best fits your loan needs! Call us to find out more at 209-524-6000!
A mortgage in which the interest rate does not change during the entire term of the loan.
*Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM)
A mortgage in which the interest changes
periodically, according to corresponding
fluctuations in an index. All ARMs are tied to
A loan that exceeds Fannie Mae's and Freddie
Mac's loan limits, currently at $417,000. Also
called a nonconforming loan. Freddie Mac and
Fannie Mae loans are referred to as conforming
A mortgage that is insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA). Along with VA loans, an FHA loan will often be referred to as a government loan.
*FHA 203K Loan
Loan program for the rehabilitation and repair of
single family properties. The program allows for a
maximum repair cost of $35,000 to be added to
the purchase price of a home
A mortgage that is guaranteed by the Department
of Veterans Affairs (VA).
California Housing Finance Agency (CalHFA)
supports the needs of renters and first-time
homebuyers by providing financing and programs
that create safe, decent and affordable housing
opportunities for low and moderate income
USDA Rural Development has partnered with
local lenders to help them extend 100% financing
opportunities to rural individuals and families.
Program Highlights: No down payment required -
100% Financing Available, No monthly mortgage
insurance - you may qualify for a larger loan,
Flexible credit and qualifying guidelines.
*Interest Only Payments
Option to make mortgage payments that cover
only the interest due with no payment towards the
A mortgage that has a lien position subordinate to
the first mortgage
A short-term, interim loan for financing the cost of
construction. The lender makes payments to the
builder at periodic intervals as the work
Mortgages that allow you to either not make loan
payments or to receive money each month. This
is done by using the equity on your current