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Every story of home buying is unique, so we offer a variety of loans to meet our clients’ needs. We specialize in Conventional, FHA, Fixed Rate and Adjustable Rate Mortgages, VA, HARP 2.0, Jumbo, and Reverse Mortgages.

First Time Homebuyer

Buying your first home can be overwhelming, but the benefits of being a first-time homebuyer make it all worthwhile. New American Funding has home loan experts who specialize in first-time homebuyer programs. They can help you through the process of buying your first home and securing a first time mortgage.

FHA Loans

These are federally insured loans that offer financing to people who may struggle to qualify for traditional loans. Typically, FHA loans require little to no down payment, and feature flexible terms, making them popular among first-time home buyers and those with less-than perfect credit.

VA Loans

Active duty military personnel and veterans can qualify for special mortgage rates and housing programs that are federally insured by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.

Conforming Loans

This program is for borrower who have little to no down payment, would like to avoid payment mortgage insurance premiums, are looking to purchase or refinance a primary home, second home or investment property, and would like a 30-year term or no conventional I/O. · Purchase and rate/term refinancing · No up-front mortgage insurance premium required · Owner-occupied, second homes and investment properties.

Jumbo Loans

Conventional loans are often not enough to cover the financing for high-priced luxury homes. A Jumbo mortgage is a privately securitized mortgage with higher payouts that can be used to finance up to 89 percent of your new home.

Home Improvement Loans

Combine a construction loan and mortgage into one low-rate loan that can fund the entire purchase and renovation project. A few projects that qualify include energy efficient upgrades, disability improvements, plumbing and electrical upgrades, new kitchen appliances, landscape improvements, septic or well systems, removal of lead-based paint, and adding carpet, tile or wood flooring.