Kentucky Homepath Financing 2012 Fannie Mae Properties in Kentucky


HomePath Financing for Kentucky Homebuyers 2012

HomePath Mortgage loans have the following characteristics: HomePath Renovation loans have the following characteristics:
HomePath Mortgage allows a borrower to purchase a Fannie Mae-owned property with a low down payment, flexible mortgage terms, no lender-requested appraisal and no mortgage insurance. Expanded seller contributions to closing costs are allowed.

Benefits to You, the Borrower

  • Low down payment and flexible mortgage terms (fixed–rate, adjustable rate, or interest–only).
  • Down payment (at least 3 percent) can be funded by the borrower’s own savings; a gift; a grant; or a loan from a nonprofit organization, state or local government, or employer.
  • No lender-requested appraisal.
  • No mortgage insurance; ask your lender for cost details on loans without mortgage insurance.
  • Expanded seller contributions for closing costs allowed.
  • Available for primary residences, second homes and investment properties.
  • Many condo project requirements are waived; ask your lender for details.
  • For more information, contact a HomePath Mortgage lender or click here for the Home Buyers Guide.
HomePath Renovation Mortgage allows a borrower to purchase a property that requires light to moderate renovation. The one loan amount includes both the funds for the purchase and renovation – up to 35% of the as completed value, no more than $35,000.

Benefits to You, the Borrower

  • Low down payment and flexible mortgage terms (fixed- rate or adjustable-rate).
  • Down payment (at least 3 percent) can be funded by the borrower’s own savings; a gift; a grant; or a loan from a nonprofit organization, state or local government, or employer.
  • Renovation amount based on appraisal “as completed” value.
  • No mortgage insurance; ask your lender for cost details on loans without mortgage insurance.
  • Expanded seller contributions for closing costs allowed.
  • Available for primary residences, second homes, and investment properties.
  • Many condo project requirements are waived; ask your lender for details.
  • For more information about the renovation process, contact a HomePath Renovation Mortgage lender.
Note: Potential buyers should always use the lender and financing product that best meets the needs of the buyer and property, and should always consider requesting a home inspection of the property. *Ask your lender for cost details for loans with no mortgage insurance.

12 thoughts on “Kentucky Homepath Financing 2012 Fannie Mae Properties in Kentucky

  1. Hey Louisville Kentucky Mortgage, I assume that the housing market to be a great deal more desirable in 2012. I hope you as well as your loved ones experience a safe and New Year and I hope 2012 to be a great year for all of us.

  2. Hi There Louisvillekymortgage,
    This question may be a little off-topic, You have probably seen the advertisements for foreclosed homes that are almost free. The truth is that you are probably not going to buy a nice home for a couple hundred dollars. However there are some great deals to be found and in some ways this is an ideal time to purchase a foreclosure home. The large number of foreclosures, and the bad economy, have resulted in low home  prices down in most areas. And interest rates are near historical lows.
    Thanks

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