Which lender is right for you?Borrowers have plenty of options when it comes to lenders, and some may be a better fit than others. Analyze your situation and see which would be best for you.What kind of borrower are you?Best source to shopExcellent creditEasy access to financial documentsLong-time employee of one companyInternet lender, bank or mortgage bankSelf-employed borrowerDon't want to share data about income or assets with mortgage providerMortgage brokerRepeat home shopperRate-and-term refinance customerFinancially savvyInternet lenderARM shopper"Relationship" customer with many accounts at one institutionBank, thriftConvenience shopperWant easiest loan to get even if it costs moreHome builder or real estate agency lenderView worksheet archive<< previous |
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The conforming loan limit will stay at $417,000 for one-unit properties in most U.S. counties, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said Wednesday.
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