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Tuesday Tips: FHA Loans

Pink and magenta Lnee R&D inforgraphic about FHA (Federal Housing Administration) loans

There are so many things to think about when you’re buying your first home. A mortgage is a large piece of debt so we should put a lot of thought into our decision making. People wonder about the difference between FHAs and other mortgages. An FHA loan is a fairly common one.

An FHA is a government loan. This mortgage is insured by the Federal Housing Admin. This could be a wonderful option for first time home buyers depending on your circumstances. Generally, you will only need about 3% down with an FHA loan. This mortgage has fixed-rate terms (15- or 30-year mortgage).

You should talk to your broker, friends who own their home, family members, and experts before deciding whether you should get an FHA loan. A lot of first time home buyers can benefit for credit union classes and seminars. Be sure to take your time when you look into getting an FHA loan.

It’s important to speak with several experts about whether an FHA loan is the right mortgage option for you.

I am not an expert, but I am happy to help. Lnee R&D can help you get closer to where you want to be! If you want to participate in our next round of mock interviews let us know. To hire Lnee R&D or learn more, just reach out: LneeRD[at]outlook[dot]com.

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