HomeBridge Financial Services serves the lending needs of home buyers, real estate professionals and builders across the country. Part of that service involves offering a variety of products that fit an ever-growing pool of customer demand, including jumbo financing for primary, secondary and investment home purchases. This versatile loan program can help buyers with variable credit histories, who need a jumbo loan.

What is a jumbo loan?
A jumbo mortgage, or jumbo loan is a home loan that’s bigger than the loan limits set by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Also called a non-conforming mortgage, Jumbo loans are typically available as both fixed rate and adjustable rate, and come with a variety of terms. They can be used for primary residences or investment properties and second homes. For most Florida counties, the 2017 non-conforming loan limit is above $424,100 for a single-family home. This is the “baseline” limit used for most counties across the United States.

How can I get a jumbo loan?
HomeBridge Financial Services and the Jamie Zeitz team will offer you a home financing solution tailored to meet your unique needs at a competitive rate, not just the latest trend in home financing. We recognize that one size doesn’t fit all.

Our flexibility and financial stability allow a customized and unique approach to better servicing customers who are looking for non-conforming Jumbo loans:

• As little as 5% down payment
• Credit scores below 650
• Recent credit challenges like foreclosure, short sale and bankruptcy
• Medical Professional Program
• Condominiums Allowed

Contact us today, our expertise enables us to make the mortgage process faster, easier and more understandable. Communication and superior service are our way of doing business because your satisfaction is our #1 priority.

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