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Connecticut Residents: Free First Time Home Buyer Guide

Posted on September 29, 2017 · Posted in Connecticut CHFA Loan, Connecticut First Time Mortgage

Northeast Financial is your Connecticut Mortgage Company!  We put together this free guide that prepares first time home buyers for everything they need to know.

 

Click here for your FREE FIRST TIME HOME BUYER GUIDE.

 

This guide gives an overview of 100% financing options (CHFA Loans, Veteran Mortgages, and USDA loans), No PMI options, and everything you need to know when buying your first home and getting pre-approved for your first mortgage.

 

Connecticut offers great programs to it’s residents – this is a must read.

 

Thank you,

 

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Michael Meyer
Senior Vice President of Northeast Financial
NMLS#117875
Mike@northeast-mortgage.com
860-876-0572
210 S. Main St Middletown, CT 06457

Company NMLS#117273 

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1% down disclosure

NMLS# 117273, Northeast Financial, 860-788-7237

Borrower contributes 1% down, lender contributes 2% down of the loan up to $5,000.00 for the down payment, and the borrower is responsible for any difference to get the required 3% down.  The principal and interest payment of a 200K 30 year Fixed Rate Loan at 4.375% and 97% loan to value is 998.57 with 0 points due at closing.  The annual percentage rate is 4.633%.  The principal and interest payment does not include property taxes and home insurance premiums, which can result in a higher actual monthly payment.  Rates current as of 06/20/2017

3% down disclosure

NMLS# 117273, Northeast Financial, 860-788-7237

The principal and interest payment on a 200K 30 year Fixed Rate Loan at 4.375% and 97% loan to value is 998.57 with 0 points due at closing.  The annual percentage rate is 4.433%.  The principal and interest does not include taxes and home insurance premiums, which can result in a higher actual monthly payment.  Rate current as of 06/20/2017