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Financing Options Made Simple

“NO MONEY DOWN!” “100% FINANCING!” “103% FINANCING”

Buyers love seeing and hearing those words. And why wouldn’t they? First-time buyers make up 40 percent of the home buying market. This is nearly half of all homes sold.

Consider this. There were just over seven million homes sold in 2005, not including new construction homes. This means that nearly THREE MILLION buyers bought their first home last year.

Marketing to this segment, if you are a real estate agent, is an absolute must! Of these first-time homebuyers more than four out of every 10 bought this home with no money down.

On average, first-time homebuyers put down less than 2%. Around 10 years ago, the average first-time homebuyer put down a little more than 10%.

I would say that nearly seven out of every 10 loans I do has 100% financing and it’s not just first-time homebuyers. However, most potential first-time buyers don’t even realize this option is available to them and that’s why this newsletter will focus on them.

The real estate market flourished over the last few years in large part to 100% financing for first-time homebuyers. Suddenly, buying a home is possible for nearly everyone. More first-time buyers have been able to enter the marketplace than ever before. Banks have become more liberal and lending standards have loosened. There are many, many ways to get 100% financing.

You can get 100% conventional financing with credit scores as low as 620 and a fairly recent bankruptcy.

You may be able to get a government loan with an even lower credit score. 100% financing is available for nearly every borrower. You can even buy a $2,000,000 home with no money down today. That’s two MILLION, not a typo at $200,000. Amazing, but true.

Many potential first-time homebuyers never think of buying a house because they don’t believe they have enough money for the down payment.

They’ve been told through the years that they need a 10-20% down payment to buy a home. Obviously, this simply isn’t true.

Let’s look at most of the 100% financing options:

1) 100% No Down Payment Programs.

These programs require the buyer to pay ordinary closing costs. These programs come in all varieties from 2, 3, 5, 7, and 10 year adjustable rate mortgages to 30 year fixed mortgages. All are usually available as interest-only too.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS AND HOW DO I QUALIFY FOR THIS?

o 2.5%-3.5% of the total loan amount in cash required to pay closing costs and two month’s of your new loan payment in the bank for reserves.

o Stated income, stated assets and even No Doc is an option with decent credit.

o Plan on having a mid credit score of at least 660 if you cannot fully disclose your income to qualify.

o If you can fully disclose your income to qualify, your mid credit score can sometimes be as low as 580.

o These loans are designed for people who have some money for closing costs. You can qualify for this with credit scores as low as 580.

This is the most popular 100% financing option on my team.

2) 100% No Down Payment and Seller Pays Your Closing Costs.

The exact same loan program as #1, with all of the same loan program options above, but with a different twist. The seller pays all of the 2.5%-3.5% in closing costs. This is the way to go if your buyer has no money at all but fairly decent credit.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS AND HOW DO I QUALIFY FOR THIS?

o The seller pays the 2.5%-3.5% of the total loan amount to pay closing costs.

o You are still usually required to show two month’s of your new loan payment in the bank for reserves.

o Stated income, stated assets and even No Doc is an option with decent credit.

o Plan on having a mid-score of at least 660 if you cannot go fully disclose your income to qualify.

o 580 mid credit score is usually the minimum required on full doc loans but plan on a much higher interest rate.

o These loans are designed for people who have no money for closing costs.

Nearly every loan program out there today allows for the seller to pay your closing costs. This means no money out of your pocket.

If you don’t have the necessary reserves or you don’t have the ability to get them, it is not a big deal, and you should still be able to get the loan. However, it’s important to notify your preferred lender of this immediately as this could change the availability of the loan program and likely your interest rate.

3) 103% Loan With No Down Payment, Little or No Closing Costs.

Maybe your seller refuses to pay for closing costs and your buyer has no money to close. Then 103% loan programs may be the way to go. This means the lender finances the closing costs as well. The requirements on this program are stricter and the options fewer.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS AND HOW DO I QUALIFY FOR THIS?

o The lender pays the 2.5%-3.5% of the total loan amount to pay closing costs and ties this into your loan.

o You still may be required to show two month’s of your new loan payment in the bank for reserves.

o Stated income, stated assets and even No Doc is NOT usually an option regardless of your credit.

o Plan on having a mid-score of at least 620.

o These loans are designed for people who have no money for closing costs and the seller refuses to chip in.

The interest rates on these programs are higher and the program selection is more limited. If possible, it’s a better move to go for #1 or #2.

4) VA Loans

If you are a Veteran, VA loans require no money down and the seller can pay your closing costs. The rates are very good and the credit requirements are not very high.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS AND HOW DO I QUALIFY FOR THIS?

o Must be a veteran in active duty, or honorably discharged.

o The seller usually pays the 2.5%-3.5% of the total loan amount to pay closing costs but the Veteran can pay too.

o Must fully disclose your income to qualify. You cannot go stated income or No Doc.

o You will not be required to show two month’s of your new loan payment in the bank for reserves.

o Stated income, stated assets and even No Doc is NOT an option regardless of your credit.

o Plan on having mid-score of at least 560 – 580 although there is no formal guideline on this.

o These loans are designed for Veterans only.

5) FHA Loans

This isn’t really a “No Money Down” option, however many first-time homebuyers have found that the FHA loan is one of the best alternatives when they don’t have much money to put down.

With an FHA loan, you could put down as little as 3%. FHA loans are easier to qualify for. If your credit is less-than-perfect, the rates on an FHA loan are usually far better than the sub-prime alternative that you may be facing. For example, if you have a 580 mid-credit score, your options may be FHA or a sub-prime loan. FHA would probably be cheaper for you.

Now, 3% may seem like a lot to come up with, but many people find that when they put their minds to it, it’s not that difficult. FHA allows this 3% to be gifted to you by a family member, employer, or even a charitable organization.

FHA loans do have very strict requirements and restrictions. Not all town homes and condos qualify, and there is a maximum loan amount you can get. You can check the FHA website at http://www.fha.gov for the lending limits in your area.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS AND HOW DO I QUALIFY FOR THIS?

o You are responsible for the 2.5%-3.5% of the total loan amount to pay closing costs but the seller can pay too…all the way to 6%.

o Must fully disclose your income to qualify. You cannot go stated income or No Doc.

o You will not be required to show two month’s of your new loan payment in the bank for reserves.

o Stated income, stated assets and even No Doc is NOT an option regardless of your credit.

o Plan on having mid-score of at least 550 – 580 although there is no guideline on this, and you may be able to qualify with a lower score.

o If you are using a non occupying co-borrower or you have a roommate, renting a room from you, whose income you would like to help you qualify; this may be the best way to go.

Many other loan programs don’t allow you to consider these sources and do 100% financing.

6) Owner Financing

Owner financing means the owner (or seller) finances all or a portion of your home purchase.

For example, you might borrow 80% of the value of a home from a mortgage bank, and “borrow” the other 20% from the owner. In this situation, the owner “carries back” a second mortgage. Or he could carry 100% of it.

For the average homebuyer, owner financing is very difficult to find and requires some tricky negotiating. In my opinion, it’s generally a bad idea.

However, if your credit score prevents you from getting a 100% loan, this may be the only way to go. If you have successfully negotiated a deal where the seller carries the mortgage, you should contact a skilled attorney to protect all parties, especially you.

Sellers don’t usually want to carry loans for 30 years like mortgage companies do so plan on your seller-financed loan having a much higher interest rate than a mortgage company can offer you.

Also, plan on having a balloon payment of some kind. Two to five years is normal. This means you will have to pay the loan in full or refinance it with a mortgage lending institution at the end of the balloon period. If the seller goes into bankruptcy or has serious personal financial troubles and loses the house, you may be out as well, including all of the money you have in the property.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS AND HOW DO I QUALIFY FOR THIS?

o Closing costs are usually minimal.

o No minimum credit score required…just an agreeable seller.

o No income disclosures are usually necessary.

o You will usually not be required to show two month’s of your new loan payment in the bank for reserves nor any other banking information.

o Risk is very high as you are not dealing with a trusted institutional lender.

o Plan on higher rates and unconventional terms.

You shouldn’t rule out owner financing if you have poor credit. Just keep in mind that by looking for someone who is willing to help finance your purchase, you severely limit your choices and there is a tremendous amount of risk involved. Protect yourself with strong professional advice from your real estate agent and an attorney.

9) Lease-To-Own

With the tremendous increase of homes in inventory, combined with few who can afford them because of the rapid increase in value, this option is becoming more and more popular.

With a lease-to-own, or a lease option, you lease a home, like normal, but make larger payments in order to begin accumulating a down payment. For example, if a house would normally lease for $1200, you might lease it for $1500/month, with $300/month going into a special “savings” account. At the end of a specified period, you buy the home using the money in that special account as your down payment. However, if you decide somewhere along the line not to purchase the home, all of the money in the special account then goes to the seller.

Think of this option as renting with a forced savings account. If you can find someone willing to do this, and your credit isn’t the best, it’s not a bad option. However, most people who are selling their homes need their money out of it in order to buy their next home, so finding someone who is willing to lease to you may prove more difficult.

Also, it’s important to keep in mind, your monthly rental payment will likely be far less than the mortgage will be when you go to purchase the home. This is because rental prices have come way down, due to the vast inventory, while rising interest rates and higher values mean a higher mortgage payment for the same home.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS AND HOW DO I QUALIFY FOR THIS?

o Closing costs are usually minimal. Probably only a minimal security deposit.

o No minimum credit score required at the time of the lease option…just an agreeable seller. However, you will need to make sure your credit is good enough to exercise the option to buy the house at the time the lease period ends.

o No income disclosures are usually necessary.

o You will usually not be required to show two month’s of your new loan payment in the bank for reserves nor any other banking information.

o Risk is very high as you are not dealing with a trusted institutional lender.

o Plan on higher rates and unconventional terms.

100% FINANCING–NOT JUST FOR FIRST-TIMERS

100% financing is not just for first-time homebuyers. It’s for everyone and can be used to help you get more real estate business, especially in this tightening market.

I did a loan three years ago for Dave and Diane. They bought a beautiful $500,000 home…with no money down. The seller paid all of the closing costs.

Dave called me a few months ago to get pre-approved for a new home with a $1 million price. I was excited for them and asked him for the name of the agent he was working with so I could send the pre-approval letter over.

Dave said he didn’t have an agent yet. In fact, he didn’t even have the home picked out yet. He explained he was interviewing agents to list his current home, which he estimated was now worth $850,000. Once that home sold, he was planning on using his roughly $300,000 profit, after commissions, to put down on the new home.

A month later, he called and said he and Diane had found their dream home. It was $1 million, on the golf course, and was the listing of the agent who was representing his house as well. The agent had consulted with the seller of the $1 million home and they agreed to offer him a substantial discount if he would buy it and close within 30 days.

The problem was his original house hadn’t sold. “Aaron, we really want this house. If we don’t buy it now, I just know someone else will soon. What can we do?” We financed his new home…with no money down. The seller paid all of the closing costs. To make it even better for Dave and Diane, we structured the loan in such a way where he was not penalized, from an interest rate perspective, for having to make this tough decision.

We gave him a 70% first mortgage and a 30% second mortgage, as opposed to your traditional 80/20. This enabled him to get the best rate possible on a long-term first mortgage, with no need to ever have a costly refinance. The loan will eventually look the exact same as if he had sold his home prior to this acquisition. Dave and Diane were thrilled!!! When their home eventually sells, and it’s currently in escrow, they will simply pay off the second mortgage. They have the comfort of knowing they have a great first mortgage they can live with, in their dream home, for many years to come.

Find Cheaper Car Loans

Applying for car finance is a key step in your quest to acquire a car upon choosing one that you wish to buy. After you have determined that you would like to buy a car, is is essential to plan how you will finance it. You have a number of choices of car loans from which to choose. These options are able to be assessed for practicality using a auto loan calculator to establish the actual amount it will cost you to plan to have for the auto loan.

To get the best auto vehicle refinancing option, you will need to take a few of things into consideration. These include:

* How much interest rate you will be charged.
* What the amount fees and charges are part of the car loan option?
* Is there some early break fees if you choose to complete paying your loan prior to the full loan term?
* The time it will take to have your car loan approved and completed.
* What are the minimum obligations for those who are wishing to obtain motor vehicle finance; can you meet them?
* Does the lender accept more payments on the vehicle finance accorded, and if so, how or will your ongoing repayments be affected?

When considering car loans, you are able to choose between a secured car loan and a unsecured loans. Personal loans customarily comes with greater interest rates whereas secured loans draw a lot lower rates. In spite of this, secured finance require full insurance up until you have offset your finance, and you are still required to offset the finance if you sell your vehicle.

Motor Vehicle Loan Packaging

Before opting for motor vehicle packaging, you possibly will choose one that includes a few particular items, for example:

* Warranties on mechanical breakdowns
* Car insurance
* On road costs and taxes

Certain things will only be added to your loan once they are accepted by the lender and will be financed in unity with the same terms of the car finance agreement.

Used Auto Financing

You can get car finance using your used auto. Certain lenders will enforce a number of penalties on second-hand cars. Used cars that are seven years or older might not be tolerable to various financiers for secured car loans. If you are not certain whether or not your vehicle will qualify, check with the finance company or exercise the services of a expert broker specialized in auto financing.

New Vehicle Financing

The prevalent interest rate and the total that you loan are the major determinants of the amount a new auto refinance will possibly cost. This information may allow you to establish the monthly installments you should make and the time you can take to finalize the credit. This too will be decided by the quantity you are able to pay every month.

Auto Financing Terms

A auto finance loan is customarily agreed for a greatest of 5 years. Certain lenders prolong this amount to seven years. For cars in excess of seven years, a lot of lenders may consent to a motor vehicle finance for a shorter time.

Paying the car finance is accommodating; your can make installments once each week, fortnight or month. Several lenders agree to seasonal, annual or structure payments that will be in tandem with your company cash flow, for several of their commercial goods.

Vehicle Insurance

You have to get comprehensive auto insurance if you desire to submit an application for secured car loans. You may request the lender to include the first year of insurance in the secured automobile finance. You should consider however that the total quantity does still must be fulfilled in the amount of time outlined in the terms, and you still must pay the interest for the entire secured vehicle finance.

Other Automobile Refinance Alternatives

You can go for postponed payment structures, where your first payments will commence at a later date. Traditional vehicle finance necessitate borrowers to make the opening repayment after a month of been given approval.

The interest only repayment option, which consists of balloon payments, is also obtainable. Be aware that you will however pay extra interest if you opt for this option.

The New Rule For Buying a Home

The American Dream; what does it mean to you? People have different jobs or hobbies or passions in life, but one constant remains the same among all of us, and this common thread that unites our dreams is that of Home Ownership! Unfortunately, in this current economy, achieving the dream of home ownership is becoming more difficult than any time in recent history. Too many Americans are following the unwritten rule of home ownership that tells us to ‘Find a Realtor and Get a Bank Loan’. In past economies, with thriving job markets, lower inflation, and less credit restraint, that ‘rule’ may have made sense to follow.

But our current economic system is making it difficult for the average person to achieve the American Dream of Home Ownership. In times of unstable job markets, with double digit unemployment forcing people to become self-employed to make a living, the banks are requiring a W-2 stable job history in order to issue loans. In times of a great credit crisis, the banks are requiring stricter credit scores than most people are able to achieve. Fewer and fewer honest, hard working Americans who are used to following the ‘traditional rules’ for owning a home are having the opportunity to own their own homes.

What if you could achieve the American Dream of Home Ownership without the assistance of a bank?

The purpose of this document is to allow motivated home seekers an opportunity to write a New Rule of Home Ownership that allows you to declare your freedom from the services of a Bank in order to partake in your piece of the American Dream of Home Ownership!

In order to understand the New Rule of Home Ownership, let’s take a closer look at the existing rules of purchasing a house with Traditional Bank Financing.

The first part of the Traditional Bank Financing focuses on Qualifying for a Loan. While many different loan packages exist, the most common loan written in today’s market is an FHA Loan, and therefore, we shall use their guidelines as an example. The following are guidelines for an FHA Loan:

o FHA Loans require a minimum credit score of 620 to be eligible for a loan
o FHA will require 3.5% down on the home. This down payment MUST come from your account. You are not allowed to borrow from friends, family or anyone else. You must document where the funds for the down payment came from. Specifically, the source of the down payment must be from your personal checking, savings or retirement account and CAN NOT be borrowed!

In order to work with most Realtors, you must first get pre-approved for a bank. Many Realtors won’t even show you a house unless you can prove that you are able to afford and receive financing for the property. This painful process of pre-approval from a bank can take 2-3 days and involve the following steps:

o Proof of Creditworthiness
o You must provide 2-4 years worth of tax returns!
o You must provide your last 4 pay check stubs if you are an employee or an updated Profit and Loss statement if you are self-employed, a business owner, an independent contractor or entrepreneur. However, if you cannot show a consistent pay stub as proof of income, then you may want to skip ahead to the part of this document where ‘Owner Financing’ is discussed, as you will find it increasingly difficult to qualify for a mortgage.
o Your bank may require you pay off other debit to help improve your credit score to qualify for the loan
o And the worst part… this proof of creditworthiness is done throughout the entire home buying process! Even once you qualify and pick out the home of your dreams; underwriters at the bank will have you go through the same process to make sure you still qualify.

Now that you are pre-qualified for the home of your dreams, you may finally begin the process of working with a Realtor to find your new home.

Once you’ve found your home, the Traditional Banks will want an inspection performed on the home and may require the seller to fix EVERYTHING for the bank to finance your loan. Some people just want a small discount on the house and they will do their own repairs however, many times a traditional bank will not allow you to do this! These small fixes may add to the total price of the house.

Also, expect to pay Realtor fees, bank fees, filling fees, “point buy down” fees, loan origination fees, closing costs, title fees, surveys, appraisal fees, and anything else imaginable for which to be charged. Though many of these fees can be rolled into your loan, over the long term, you may be paying an extra 10% in unnecessary Financing Fees that are loaded into your loan!

What if there was a quicker, easier, and less intrusive way to take your share of the American Dream? What if you could look at homes without having to pay a Realtor fee, pre-qualify for a loan, and go through a 3 month home buying process? After all, we ARE in a BUYER’S market in Real Estate, so why shouldn’t we be able to buy?

Consider the possibility of declaring a New Rule. Instead of working with (and paying for) a Realtor, why not work with the Seller directly? Especially if that seller is a Professional Real Estate Investor who is not only willing to sell the house in a quick and simple matter, but is also will to FINANCE the sale of the house on a short-term basis!

Earlier in this eBook, we went over the process of the Tradition Bank Financing. Now, we shall detail the 7 Easy Steps of Purchasing Your Home with Owner Financing:
* Contact the Seller of the Home without having to pre-qualify for a loan and look at the home to decide if you want to purchase.
* Settle on a price
* Agree to a down-payment and interest rate
* Once you’ve agreed to a price, down payment, and interest rate, complete a Deposit to Hold form and pay this 1% fee applicable to the sales price of the property. This fee will take the property off the market while you are closing on the home.
* Fill out credit application; provide 2 most recent paycheck stubs and bank statements as proof that you can afford the monthly payment.
* (Optional) If you chose, you can order your own home inspection to review the condition of the home
* Close in 2-5 business days

Buying a home from a Professional Real Estate Investor is quick and easy. Once you have settled on the price and monthly payments, you have minimal paperwork to complete and can close on the transaction within one week! The following is a summary of some of the benefits of Owner Financing compared with Traditional Bank Financing:
* In many cases, there is no minimum credit score required
* Instead of 10% Traditional Bank Finance Fees / Closing Costs, your Owner Finance Fee averages to 5% of the transaction.
* Unlike Traditional Bank Financing, your down payment for Owner Financing may come from almost anywhere (as long as it is a legal way to raise the funds). You can borrow the money from family, friends, others. There are also some tax incentives for you to use part of your retirement savings. Either way, with Owner Financing, you are allowed to raise your own down payment as you see fit!
* You and the Owner Finance Seller will agree on a time to “close” on the home and may close within 5 business days!
* Your Owner Finance loan is dependent on your down payment and ability to pay the monthly payment and NOT on your credit or having a W-2 Job. Therefore, Business Owners, Entrepreneurs, Independent Contractors, and the Self-Employed may qualify for Owner Financed Homes!
* You are not required to provide extensive documentation to obtain your loan

Due to the efficiency, simplicity, and cost effectiveness, you can see why buying directly from an investor with Owner Financing is the New Rule for Buying Homes. Owner Financing interest rates may be a little higher than market price when you initially purchase your home, however, this higher rate, along with a sizeable down payment, will actually help you obtain conventional financing at a lower rate down the road when you decide to refinance!

A good way to look at Owner Financing is that is a solution to buying a home with short-term financing. Once you have paid your Owner Financed note on time for say 12-24 months, it’s easier to refinance your existing note with a traditional bank loan at a lower interest. It’s much quicker, easier, and less intrusive to refinance a home into traditional financing then it is to purchase a home with traditional financing!

The following example will detail the process and the costs of owner financing:

o John chooses to purchase a beautiful home for $150,000 with a traditional bank loan. John’s credit score is 590 and the bank will not loan him any money until his credit score is at least 620. John understands the importance of owning a home and wants to buy something now.
o John finds a home that is being offered for $150,000 with Owner Financing. John has $15,000 to put down and wants to close in 5 business days. John’s new loan is at an 8.5% rate for 30 years and the sellers would like John to refinance his loan in 24-36 months. John’s monthly payment is $1,350 and it includes Principle, Interest, Insurance, and HOA fees. John is happy because he can afford $1,350 per month and is able to take his part of the American Dream!
o As John pays on time for, say, 24 months, John has an excellent payment history with his current lender. John will also need to be working on his credit in those 24 months to raise his score to the current minimum of 620.
o When John approaches a traditional bank John will be able to demonstrate the following:
o John’s $15,000 down payment shows that he has ‘skin in the game’ and is not just going to bail on his house payments
o John CAN afford and has been paying $1,350 a month at a 8.5% rate for his loan
o John’s credit score is now above the minimum required 620
o If John can afford $1,350 a month at 8.5% interest, John can easily afford a $1,100 a month payment at 6.5%!

It is much easier to refinance a loan rather than trying to get a loan for the original financing! Since you are already in the house, there is no inspection required, no lengthily closing procedures and there is no longer all that extra red tape that is associated with buying a home with traditional financing!

As you can see, purchasing with Owner Financing can be easily done and quickly closed for those who cannot use a traditional bank loan but deserve to own a home now.

Summary

In today’s market, due to tough economic times, there are many people selling their properties. Yet, despite the fact that this is a ‘buyer’s market’, it is tougher to buy a home with Traditional Bank Financing than ever before. Following the old, unwritten rules will lead you to a long and unhappy life in an apartment complex. Motivated home seekers looking for their piece of the American Dream are unable to achieve this great promise by traditional and conventional means due to stringent lending requirements initiated by the very same financial institutions that gladly took over 1 billion of our tax dollars to bail them out! Banks tightening up on their lending practices is causing a shortage of homebuyers in the market. This is one of the biggest reasons that real estate values continue to free fall because there are not enough people who can qualify for available homes while following the unwritten rules.

Mortgage Loans Have to Be Selected Thoroughly

Mortgages can be gotten in various shapes and forms and it is imperative that you completely understand the concepts of exactly how they operate before you get into one. What we wish to accomplish here is to present you with the best basis of knowledge in layman’s terms.

As you’re looking at this, you undoubtedly have similar aspirations as the majority of people and would like to buy your own property.

Almost all individuals, nevertheless, usually do not have enough money in their banking account to write a cheque for the house outright. Of course there are always a lucky few.

As a result there are quite a few banks, specialist mortgage lenders and also other finance institutions who are prepared to lend the funds for your needs. So a mortgage is actually just a loan supplied to a property purchaser and, if it were not available, most of us wouldn’t have our home.

However they are distinct from the normal loan you will have obtained for the car or holiday.

It will have various fees and costs that should be considered.

One should appreciate the way all of the points has an effect on you. On the really fundamental level a mortgage comprises 2 components, the capital and the interest.

The capital is the real amount you get to get your house while the interest is the cost the loan company makes to your account to borrow the money.

This is the method in which their organization makes their revenue. When you look in the financial media or even just right here by going online you’ll notice home loans offered with a lot of fancy names such as fixed interest and variable interest but, now, a vital thing to keep in mind is that there actually are only two forms of home finance loan.

These are a repayment mortgage and an interest only mortgage. The most basic form functions like a normal loan in that you’re reducing some capital every month as well as the interest.

Like this the lending company calculates the total amount that you need to pay them monthly to get all of your house loan cleared in a assigned length of time, maybe 25 years.

The interest only mortgage loan is just what it says, you are merely having to pay the interest each and every month to the mortgage company and need to find a method of settling the capital once you wish to do this. Well, that was the raw basics of home loans. You’ll be able to find lots extra details in the some other articles.