An "all-in-one" Renovation Loan may be an excellent, affordable solution for you if:
- You’re a first-time or repeat homebuyer; or
- You want to buy a “fixer-upper” home in a great location and get extra money to renovate it, all with one application, one loan, and one payment each month; or
- You want to refinance and renovate your current home—again, all with just one loan!
Renovation Loan benefits and features:
- Purchase a home that is less-than-perfect in a great neighborhood or is a foreclosure, short sale, or other distressed property. Eliminate problems with the
property before you move in.
- A Renovation Loan is a convenient, economical way to make changes with a first mortgage (purchase or refinance), rather than a second mortgage or a home equity line of credit.
- Examples of renovations, depending on your loan type: kitchen and bath updates, exterior and interior paint, flooring and carpeting, landscaping, roofing and gutters, electrical and plumbing, structural alterations and additions, and swimming pool.
- FHA 203(k) and Fannie Mae HomeStyle® Renovation Loans are available. Your Academy Loan Officer can help you decide which loan solution will help make your dream home a reality.
- Other requirements and conditions apply.
CALL YOUR ACADEMY LOAN OFFICER today for more information about Renovation Loans.
I'm buying a home that needs repairs or renovation, OR I'm making repairs and renovations on my current house.
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