Residential and Commerical Mortgages

Conventional

A Conventional Loan is ideal for borrowers that have 20% or more of equity in their purchase or refinance that wish to avoid paying mortgage insurance.

USDA

USDA loans are a great option for borrowers looking to purchase a property in rural areas. Up to 100% financing available for those that qualify.

FHA

A federally insured home loan that is great for first time home buyers and repeat borrowers alike.  It can be used for purchases, refinancing, or streamline loans.

Construction & Rehab

A construction mortgage allows for construction of a 1-4 family residence. A rehab mortgage allows borrowers to do minor repairs & purchase new appliances.

VA

A Veteran Home Loan is a program meant for the men and women who have served our country.  VA Mortgages can be used to purchase or refinance a home.

Reverse Mortgages

A Reverse Mortgage allows borrowers 62 years of age or older to utilize the equity in their home to make repairs, invest, or to supplement their monthly income.

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  • Move In Tips After You Close Your Mortgage

    So, you have closed your mortgage.  Now it is time to move in to your new home.  Click here for some helpful move in tips. Good Luck on your move and Thank you for using Northeast Financial to close your mortgage loan.

    August 21, 2019
  • Is it a good time to Refinance my Mortgage?

    When Should I Refinance My Mortgage? Borrowers ask often if it is time to “refinance my mortgage.”  There are a few factors to consider before answering this question.  First of all, there needs to be a benefit to refinancing.  What are some benefits to consider: Will the rate be lower and save me money?  Is

    August 14, 2019
  • Connecticut USDA Loan Home Purchase Mortgage Program

    USDA Loan Program   A USDA loan is a great option for many Connecticut Residents. The “Rural Housing” USDA Loan is a true 100% financing program federally insured by the US Department of Agriculture. It is called a Rural Loan by the USDA because it is handled by the Rural Development Department. USDA loans are

    August 12, 2019