Conventional mortgages are loans that are not attained under a government program, and we have several fixed-rate and adjustable rate options available. Conventional mortgage loans that are $417,000 or less for a single-family home are considered to be “conforming” loans; however, the limits can be higher in pricier regions of the country. Conventional loans that have higher limits are considered “non-conforming,” or "jumbo" loans.
Conventional Mortgage Loan Highlights
A jumbo, or non-conforming, loan may be called for when you need a loan amount higher than the conventional conforming loan limits set by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, typically more than $417,000. With multiple fixed-rate and adjustable-rate loan options available, we will help you choose the ideal jumbo loan for your unique situation.
Jumbo Loan Highlights