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I am going to be posting a series of articles to fully let you, the consumer/client, know everything there is to know about going with an FHA insured loan.

Most of you know about the “mortgage meltdown” with alot of subprime lenders going under, now FHA loans are making a strong comeback as a useful alternative for first-time home buyers. FHA is also great for home buyers with less than perfect credit. If you are a first-time home buyer or have bought a home before and have less than perfect credit you have come to the right place. We consider ourselves FHA specialists and many colleagues have told us we were way ahead of the curve when it came to the mortgage, while everyone else was scrambling to just become licensed in FHA loans. NOW to find out if this is a good option for you all you have to do is answer a few questions.

Because it’s an FHA loan, lenders will offer you lower, more affordable rates. This is possible because the FHA insures lenders, so they have less risk by taking you on as a borrower.

Want to learn more? Check back every couple of days, we’ll eventually post up the full guide. And if you’re in the mortgage industry, contact us for the Informative powerpoint for mortgage professionals.

As always, for a personalized analysis, connect with one of our specialists online
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I found a good video on You tube that describes the current situation. This is a good base as to what it all means to the average to low credit consumer.

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