The Truths on Down Payment Loans
One of the largest Hurdles for purchasing a home is Down Payment. The (government) back agencies such as FHA, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac who basically write all the underwriting guidelines to approve your mortgage, Only allow you to borrow a down payment from a Comunity second program thru local government or non-profit organization. That is basically why you do not see an advertisement for a down payment loan, you have to be a non-profit or from local Government to give one so that your loan would be approved for the new home because of where you got your down payment. Underwriters will review your bank statement for 60-day history of the account and what they are looking for is large unexplained deposits such as you borrowed money for a down payment.
Chenoa Fund Loan Program allows a borrower to get in a home without having to Provide a down payment. The Chenoa Loan Program follows FHA guidelines for qualifications for easy approval, Minimum 620 Credit is needed (other programs are available to 580 credit) and it is easy to tell if you would be approved in a couple of minutes by an approved lender. Best thing there is no Income cap for this program. This program also allows the borrower to have more buying power, …. to purchase a larger home than a normal DPA program.
This program is offered in conjunction with an FHA Loan. The Chenoa Fund is only offered by approved local lenders, Its breaking new ground by exploring the limits on 100% CLTV financing. With this program, the customer is not having to put thousands of dollars down to purchase a home. By using these programs you as a customer won’t have to wipe out your savings to become a homeowner. These programs are designed to help you achieve the American dream of homeownership.
Top 5 reasons Chenoa is the best program?
1. The borrower has no down payment out of pocket.
2. NO income cap. No restrictions on maximum income.
3. More Buying Power without income restrictions.
4. Minimum Credit Score 620
5. 30 years FHA fixed-rate financing, for lower monthly payment.
Comunity Programs Second Loans
Comunity Program such as Home in 5 and Pathway to purchase are great Programs. except for the fact that they limit you on debt to income, which will lower your buying power, which in turn will have you buying the home you qualify for and not the one you want.
Why do they have Down Payment Assistance programs, The Housing market is responsible for generating 25% of all jobs in our economy. So if you have a strong housing market, you have job growth.
- No application fee to get you Pre-Approved with program
- Less than perfect credit can qualify (620 Needed)
- Programs to fit many income ranges ( No income cap).
- No income restrictions.
- Veterans, Active Military, Teachers, Police, First Responders, are all Welcome!
- First time home buyers benefits are available.
- Situation …? Yes they will allow for some situations
“See What Our Customers Say ?”
“When we decided to purchase a house we had no ideal what we were doing. My loan officer was very helpful and took the time to tell us what needed to be done credit wise to get approved. Once we were approved he would call and check in or if we needed any help . when you have a good loan officer it makes the process go smooth. i would defiantly recommend Stu Harris and Ryan Harris. “
I had not been a homeowner for the last 13 years, and besides being a bit nervous at taking such a huge step towards home ownership, I also needed a lot of direction on just where to begin the process. From the onset, Stu and Ryan made the process easy, comfortable, and never left me feeling confused or left hanging on any questions or concerns I had. The experience of buying a home was made so much easier because of their expertise, knowledge, and personal touches.
I am happy to recommend them to anyone who is interested in buying a home.
Kevin From Phoenix
Bill from Tempe
I want to thank “Jessie” my DPA Advisor I thought that I would never be able to buy a home after My bankruptcy and he got it done. I was amazed that after everything I moved in the home for $5.37 cents. The title company Gave me a check at closing for my earnest money deposit that I had given the seller to hold and a second check to cover all but $5 of the appraisal fee. So for the cost of lunch at Mc D’s, $5 I moved into my home.
William From Chandler
Mark from Tempe
Rachel from Mesa
Katherine From Chandler
Geneva Financial LLC does Business in Accordance With the Federal Fair Housing Law. Geneva Financial LLC is not acting on behalf of or at the direction of HUD/FHA or the Federal Government. Geneva Financial LLC is approved to participate in FHA programs but the products and services performed by Geneva Financial LLC are not coming directly from HUD or FHA.
Contact your loan officer for more information.
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