Financing sources and options
Traditional banks, lending institutions, and credit unions offer a wide variety of financing options for homebuyers. Many of these are subject to terms of specific lenders and require a range of fees. Following is information about the most common types of mortgage loans. Bradford Real Estate will assess your needs and recommend a lender that meets your requirements and goals.
Examples of available financing
Adjustable rate mortgage (ARM)
This loan features a fluctuating interest rate, capped at a certain percentage per year and term, which allows homebuyers to enter the market at a lower rate.
A loan with regular monthly payments that calls for a lump sum at maturity.
This loan offers biweekly payments, which facilitate earlier payoff.
A commercial loan that is secured by more than one property.
Also known as a traditional mortgage, this loan is offered by a lending institution that is subject to specific rate and terms.
A residential mortgage insured by the Federal Housing Administration.
A loan that offers an unchanged interest rate over its life.