We care about finding the right loan product for your unique financial situation.

There's a variety of mortgage products to choose from, and finding the right one for your home purchase
or refinance is a passion for our loan officers. You can read more about each product here,
but feel free to reach out to one of our specialists to learn more about each program.

Loan Programs

Fixed Rate Mortgages (FRM)

Fixed Rate Mortgages (FRM)

The traditional fixed rate mortgage is the most common type of loan program, where monthly principal and interest payments never change during the life of the loan. Fixed rate mortgages are available in terms ranging from 10 to 30 years and can be paid off at any time without penalty.

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FHA Loans

FHA Loans

FHA home loans are mortgage loans that are insured against default by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA). FHA loans are available for single family and multifamily homes. These home loans allow banks to continuously issue loans without much risk or capital requirements.

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USDA Loans

USDA Loans

USDA loans are mortgage loans that help make purchasing a home more affordable for those living in rural areas. The U.S. Department of Agriculture backs USDA loans in the same way the Department of Veterans Affairs backs VA loans for veterans and their families.

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Refinance

Refinancing a mortgage means paying off an existing loan and replacing it with a new one. Refinancing can allow you to get into a new, lower interest rate and reduce your monthly payment. You can also use a refinance to tap into equity or consolidate debt.

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VA Loans

The VA Loan provides veterans with a federally guaranteed home loan which requires no down payment. This program was designed to provide housing and assistance for veterans and their families.

The Veterans Administration provides insurance to lenders in the case that you default on a loan.

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Conventional Mortgage

A conventional mortgage is a home loan that isn’t backed by a government agency, such as the FHA or VA. Conventional mortgages often conform to the loan limits set by the Federal Housing Finance Administration (FHFA).

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The Hometown Heroes Program

As a gesture of gratitude to local public safety professionals working on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, Premier Mortgage Resources, LLC, has launched a new home loan savings program, called “Hometown Heroes.”

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Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARM)

Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARM)s are loans whose interest rate can vary during the loan's term. These loans usually have a fixed interest rate for an initial period of time and then can adjust based on current market conditions.

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Hybrid ARMs (3/1 ARM, 5/1 ARM, 7/1 ARM, 10/1 ARM)

Hybrid ARM mortgages, also called fixed-period ARMs, combine features of both fixed-rate and adjustable-rate mortgages. A hybrid loan starts out with an interest…

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Interest Only Mortgages

A mortgage is called “Interest Only” when its monthly payment does not include the repayment of principal for a certain period of time. Interest Only loans are offered on fixed rate or adjustable rate mortgages as wells as on option ARMs.

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Components of Adjustable Rate Mortgages

To understand an ARM, you must have a working knowledge of its components. Those components are: Index: A financial indicator that rises and falls, based primarily on economic fluctuations.

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Bank Statement Loan

Bank Statement program may help eligible self-employed borrowers purchase or refinance a home. This program uses the borrower’s business bank statements to help calculate their income without requiring tax returns.

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Balloon Mortgages

A balloon mortgage has an interest rate that is fixed for an initial amount of time. At the end of the term, the remaining principal balance is due. At this time, the borrower has a choice to either refinance or pay off the remaining balance.

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What type of loan program is best for me?

The many different types of home loans available can seem overwhelming. Should you choose a fixed rate, adjustable rate or government loan mortgage? The truth is there is no right answer. Choosing a loan type is an important decision that is best made after you have researched your options. Remember, taking the time to explore your options now can mean saving thousands of dollars in the long run.

Ask yourself the following questions to determine what loan type is right for you:

  • Do you expect your financial situation to change over the next few years?
  • Do you plan to live in your current home for a long time?
  • Do you feel comfortable with the idea of a changing mortgage amount?
  • Do you want to be free of mortgage debt by the time your children go to college or you retire?

A professional lender is the best resource available to help you decide which loan best fits your needs. Follow the general guidelines outlined below to get started selecting the best mortgage for your home.

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