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FIXED INTEREST MORTGAGE

We offer our borrowers with loan fixed mortgage options of 10 year, 15 year, 20 year and 30 year fixed rates. This loan option is a good choice if you feel more comfortable that your principal payments and interests cannot change.

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JUMBO LOANS

Jumbo loans can be 30 and 15 year fixed and these types of loans carry a much higher interest rate than the loan that amounts at or below $625, 500. These loan amounts exceed the loan limits that are set by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

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FHA LOANS

Residential mortgage loans insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) have several benefits like: smaller down payments, easy qualifications, and more protection to prevent your home from foreclosure.

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VA LOANS

We understand how difficult it is to own a home especially if you are on active duty. This program is specifically for veterans and military personnel who want to achieve their dream of owning a home.

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CONVENTIONAL MORTGAGES

Hillock Mortgage Group is a private company and we are able to issue conventional mortgage loans. The payments will be collected every month for either fixed-rate or adjustable-rate loan terms.

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GINNIE MAE & FANNIE MAE

Ginnie Mae is assigned to provide support to the market for FHA and VA loans while Fannie Mae supports the conventional mortgage market. With Ginnie Mae guaranty, your loans will be explicitly backed by the US government.

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REVERSE MORTGAGES

This loan option is specifically for aspiring homeowners at least 62 years old. Other qualifications include being free and clear from existing liens. There are no credit score requirements for a reverse mortgage.

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HARP UP TO 175% LTV

HARP or Home Affordable Refinance Program states that there will be at least 175% LTV or loan-to-value ratios because of 125% LTV cap that was taken off. The unlimited loan only applies only to Fannie Mae loans.

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