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Housing Loans and Development Terms to Know

Housing loans are programs that are usually funded through government assistance programs that help low income families be able to afford to buy a house. In America these programs are often called Housing and Urban Development HUD or the Federal Housing Administration. Below are some common definitions used with housing loans.

  • Credit Score – A finance tool that keeps track of an individual's credit rating, or how the individual has repaid their debts in the past. People lucky enough to have high credit scores can usually secure mortgage loans easier than those with poor credit scores. Some government programs may help individuals with low credit purchase homes and work on building up their credit by repaying the loan.
  • FHA Insured Home Mortgage – A loan program available in America. An FHA approved lender will help homeowners buy a home often for little money down, as long as the individual meets the basic requirements, such as having some cash and the ability to make the mortgage payments.
  • Energy Saving Loan – A loan that offers special low to no interest rates for homeowners seeking to add energy saving appliances to their house, or to retrofit their house to meet new energy requirements.
  • Home and Property Disaster Loans – A type of loan that offers assistance to homes or small businesses that were damaged due to natural disasters.
  • Rural Housing Loans – A special type of loan available for homeowners who want to develop rural land, farms, or their own homes. Since people who live in rural areas generally have less income than urban areas, this loan helps spur development.
  • VA Loan – VA, or Veteran's Assistance loan, is available for veterans or their families. This loan helps them finance and purchase a home.
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    Mountain America Credit Union
    1047 S Highway 191, Moab, UT 84532
    Checking accounts, mortgage & auto loans & investment services. NCUA insured serving the greater Salt Lake & Utah area since 1934.
    (435) 259-1500
    Mountain America Credit Union
    801 W Highway 40, Vernal, UT 84078
    Do you need expert financial services? Our experienced credit union agents will help customers with auto loans, checking and savings at convenient locations. Banking services, home loans and more.
    (435) 789-6900
    Mountain America Credit Union
    1818 W Highway 40, Vernal, UT 84078
    We are your neighborhood credit union serving the Vernal area. We offer savings and checking accounts, professional financial services as well as great low rates on home, auto, and business loans.
    (435) 789-8777
    Fidelity Mortgage
    700 Belford Ave Ste 300, Grand Junction, CO 81501
    (970) 242-7000
    The Lending Source
    2755 North Ave Unit 205, Grand Junction, CO 81501
    (970) 256-0790
    Dependable Mortgage Company
    145 Grand Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81501
    (970) 257-1502
    660 Rood Ave Ste 100, Grand Junction, CO 81501
    (970) 254-9810
    Guild Mortgage Company
    501 Main St, Grand Junction, CO 81501
    (970) 243-1471
    Two Rivers Mortgage
    417 North Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81501
    (970) 424-5200
    Envoy Mortgage
    1114 N 1st St Ste 203, Grand Junction, CO 81501
    (970) 424-5588
    Independent Finance Company
    2122 North Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81501
    (970) 255-0770
    Freedom Financial Services
    300 Main St Ste 201, Grand Junction, CO 81501
    (970) 263-7200
    Wc Mortgage Inc
    803 White Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81501
    (970) 242-2288
    American Dream Mortgage
    417 North Ave Ste B, Grand Junction, CO 81501
    (970) 242-2400
    Wells Fargo Bank
    359 Main St, Grand Junction, CO 81501
    (970) 248-4877

    Buying property or a new home can be expensive. Many times, financial assistance is needed in the form of a loan. However, this does not only apply to the private buyer. Banks will often finance large development projects. These projects are used to develop and expand a community, including adding new homes and office buildings. Many times, there is also government financing available in certain situations,including for construction for low income family housing, improving an underdeveloped community or even helping improve a rural farm. Because housing loans and development projects can constitute a huge investment of both time and finances, you should make sure that you are fully informed before becoming involved in any project. Finding the money for a mortgage every month can be demanding. Take the time to find out about any construction regulations in your area, where your property lines fall and more. When you begin researching about housing loans, try starting with different banks in the area. Though there is information available online about buying real estate, bankers may be able to point you towards a private loan agency and provide you with information on lending possibilities for your home or property. Before you even begin discussing mortgages and loans with the bank, you should be sure to check out your credit score. Your credit score can greatly affect the loans and rates that you qualify for. Another topic that you want to research is home equity, or the difference between what you owe on the property and the real value of it. If you have a property with a great deal of equity in it, this can positively affect you in other loans.
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