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Buying Your First House


Buying Your First House

Thinking about buying your first home? Congratulations!

As you know, this is probably the biggest purchase you will ever make. At times, it can seem overwhelming.

We understand how exciting and unnerving it can be shopping for a home, wondering if it’s too big or too small, finding the right neighborhood, researching schools, worrying about the movers and so on.

Well, we can at least make the home financing decisions easier for you so you don’t have to worry about a thing.

That’s because we’ve made buying a home easier than ever at FedChoice with our unique partnership with CU Members Mortgage and the step-by-step online loan application process. You also have access to a wide array of loan options including including FHA, VA, conventional, adjustable rate mortgages plus the FANNIE MAE First Time Home Buyers program. Our Mortgage Loan Consultant, Yvette Harrod, can help you determine which option is best suited for you! And now with our CU Home Advantage real estate resource program, you’ll be connected with a real estate advocate who will assist in the sale and/or purchase of your next home plus you’ll receive a 20% cash rebate after closing.

Since buying a home is one of the most important financial decisions you’ll ever make, CU Members Mortgage has provided a Homebuyer’s Handbook that can help you through some of the decisions that you’ll have to make. Click here for information that will help pave the way to your new home!

You can also see for yourself how much you can expect to pay each month for a 15-year or 30-year mortgage by using our Enhanced Loan Calculator. Feel free to compare your options with our Loan Comparison Calculator.

Have questions about reverse mortgages? No problem. We have the answers you need. Just click here.

Of course, with any home you’ll need insurance. Nationwide offers FedChoice members a full range of services at special discounts on home insurance as well as auto insurance. Click here for more.

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