The following is a partial list of programs offered by Fidelity Funding BanCorp with a brief description of the key elements of each. For a complete list of the programs that we offer, please contact us at 800-463-4933.
Traditional loan programs that usually require 5% down and offer competitive interest rates. Documentation and fair-to-good credit are necessary.
Loans where your income is not requested or verified with as little as 10% down are stated income loans. There are several varieties of the "no-doc" loan today. The type of loan that is best suited for a particular borrower depends on that borrower's situation. Some borrowers choose not to disclose employment, income, or asset information, while others may be willing to disclose employment and asset information but not income. Still others might be willing to disclose income but select a program that does not calculate debt-to-income ratios, allowing those borrowers to exceed the traditional guidelines in order to qualify for a larger mortgage amount. With all the different variations of the no-doc loan, there is definitely a mortgage program for today's non-conventional borrowers.
0% down payment required and closing costs paid by the borrower (seller can contribute up to 6% towards closing costs).
Troubled credit? Bankruptcy? Been turned down somewhere else? We offer loan programs for customers with credit problems.
0% down payment required and closing costs can be financed up to 103% of the purchase price. Only single-family homes that will be owner-occupied are eligible. First time homebuyer status not required and there are no income limits.
This is a loan which carries a second mortgage for up to 15% of the purchase price of the property. It is usually used when wishing to avoid PMI insurance or to keep your first mortgage under the FNMA/FHLMC limit to avoid Jumbo rates. The borrower puts down a 5% down payment and then finances a first mortgage up to the FNMA/FHLMC limit and a second mortgage of up to 15% of the purchase price. Other variations are 80/10/10 or 75/15/5.
Offers 30 and 15 year fixed rate mortgage and competitive ARM products with full document, alternate documentation and limited documentation.
Cash out and No cash out refinance are allowable. Single family detached, Condo's, PUD's and single-family second homes can be financed with no prepayment penalty.
These mortgages are for borrowers with less-than-perfect credit. They can vary from slightly damaged credit to severely damaged. Regardless of your situation, we have a mortgage that will get you back on track.
A ratio of monthly bills to monthly income higher than 50% is considered a high debt ratio. Loan programs are available for borrowers in this situation, allowing them to finance the purchase of a home or property.
Subordinate to the first mortgage, these loans offer the borrower the ability to get money for home improvement, debt consolidation, or many other reasons without disturbing their first mortgage. Convenient when you have a low interest first mortgage.
Building a new home can be an exciting prospect - unless you get caught up in a construction loan approval process that is overly complicated and time consuming. With this loan, we will finance up to 90% of the cost of land plus the costs of construction. We offer a one-time fixed rate closing or traditional ARM products.
Used to finance 1-4 family properties that will be for investment with as little as a 10% down payment. Aggressively priced, these programs have many variations, including: No Doc, Limited Doc, and Full Doc. Program may not be available in some states.
Backed by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, this mortgage offers the borrower the ability to put as little as 3% down payment – and they can even finance “allowable” closing costs. Seller can contribute up to 6% of the purchase price to the buyer towards closing costs.
Similar to FHA, but without maximum mortgage amount limitations. Must be a single family, owner occupied home and borrower must have a credit score of over 680.
Backed by the Veterans Administration and the federal government, it is similar to FHA except that you have to be a qualified Veteran or military person.