At FCNB Mortgage we specialize in fixed-rate residential mortgages for both repeat and first time home buyers, as well as mortgage refinancing.
Real Life Lending Solutions:
|• FHA Loans||• Bridge Loans|
|• VA Loans||• Conventional Loans|
|• USDA Loans||• Bank Statement Loan Program|
Contact FCNB Mortgage Lending Manager Samantha West at 573-351-0341 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your home loan options. Let us help find the perfect mortgage for you!
Mortgage Lending Manager
FCNB NMLS: 410261
402 W. Main St., Steelville, MO 65565
In partnership with Flat Branch Home Loans
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Today's Mortgage Rates
Mortgage rates are accurate as of 9/1/20 and can change daily.This information reflects rates for borrowers with excellent credit (a FICO credit score of 760+) and a conventional loan with 20% down for a single-family home. The actual interest rate and fees available to you will be based on your credit history and may be different than the rates displayed here.
|Loan Program||Interest Rate|
|15 Year Conventional||2.625%|
|20 Year Conventional||2.750%|
|30 Year Conventional||2.875%|
FHA, USDA and VA Loans are available. Contact us at 573-351-0341 or email@example.com for information.
- The interest rates shown are subject to change without notice.
- Your monthly payment will include principal, interest and mortgage insurance, if required. Your actual monthly payment will be higher if an escrow account is established or required.
- Your Annual Percentage Yield (APR) will vary based on your final loan amount and finance charges.
What documents are needed to apply for a Mortgage?
To apply for a Mortgage, you will need to provide the following documents with your application:
- Driver’s License / Government Issued ID
- Most Recent 30 Days of Pay Stubs
- Most Recent 2 Years W-2’s or 1099’s
- Most Recent 2 Years Tax Returns
- Most Recent 60 Days Bank Statements (includes retirement accounts)
What are the steps to the Homebuying Process?
The Roadmap to Homeownership
What are some helpful hints if I am a First-Time Home Buyer?
If you are a first-time home buyer, being informed is the key to buying the home of your dreams.
1. Decide on buying
- Weigh out the pros and cons to renting vs. buying.
- Plan to live in the area for at least the next 5 years.
- Typically, it will take a few years to offset the upfront costs before you start to gain equity in the home.
2. Get Pre-Qualified
- Work with your lender to determine what a comfortable monthly housing payment will be for you.
- Make sure your lender and Realtor are connected so your lender can send your pre-qualification letter directly to your Realtor when it’s time to make an offer.
- A pre-qualification letter will instill confidence in the seller that you are going to be able to close the deal.
3. Work With Realtor
- Realtors have the knowledge and the negotiation skills to help you find a home that fits your needs.
- Realtors are free! Their fees are paid for by the seller.
4. Be Prepared & Stay Focused
- Stay in contact with your lender and Realtor.
- Keep all financial documents handy.
- On average, it takes 3 to 4 offers on homes before you get one accepted.
What are some helpful hints when considering a mortgage?
What makes up my Credit Score?
Before applying for a Mortgage, it is essential that you understand your credit score. Here are some helpful tips:
Actions that hurt your credit score
- Missing payments - regardless of the amount. It will take 24 months to restore credit with one late payment
- Credit cards at capacity - carrying balances that are equal to or that exceed your credit limit
- Closing credit card accounts - this lowers the available capacity
- Shopping for credit excessively, multiple inquiries
- Opening numerous accounts in a short period of time
- Having more revolving loans in relation to installment loans
What doesn’t affect credit score?
- Marital status
- Length of Residence
- Length of employment
- Debt ratio
How to improve your credit score?
- Pay down credit card balances
- Do not close credit cards - remember, closing credit cards will decrease capacity
- Continue to make payments on time, older late payments will become less significant over time
- Maintain less revolving debt compared to installment debt
How to get my free annual credit report?
- Equifax - 800.685.111 (equifax.com)
- Experian - 888.397.3742 (experian.com)
- TransUnion - 800.916.8800 (transunion.com)
- Or you can get all three for free from annualcreditreport.com