When your down payment is less than 20% of the home’s value, the lender typically requires you to pay a monthly premium for mortgage insurance in case you fail to make your mortgage payment. As soon as the loan-to-value ratio reaches 80% of the original value, you may be able cancel the insurance.
When discussing programs that allow for 3.5% down, 0% down, or a percentage down – the borrower is not required to only put that exact percentage down. FHA, USDA, VA, CHFA, Jumbo, and Conventional Mortgages allow borrowers to put down more of a percentage if they desire to. The percentages mentioned in the information provided is the minimum down payment that these programs require. Each one of these programs have specific credit score, debt-to-income ratio, and payment history requirements to qualify for the minimum down payment.
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