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Mortgage Lenders in Massachusetts Cities

Acton
Agawam
Amherst
Amherst Center
Arlington
Attleboro
Auburn
Barnstable Town
Bellingham
Belmont
Beverly
Billerica
Boston
Bourne
Braintree
Bridgewater
Brockton
Brookline
Burlington
Cambridge
Canton
Chelmsford
Chelsea
Chicopee
Concord
Danvers
Dartmouth
Dedham
Dennis
Dracut
Easthampton
Easton
Everett
Fairhaven
Fall River
Falmouth
Fitchburg
Foxborough
Framingham
Franklin
Gardner
Gloucester
Grafton
Greenfield
Haverhill
Hingham
Holden
Holyoke
Hudson
Lawrence
Leominster
Lexington
Longmeadow
Lowell
Ludlow
Lynn
Malden
Mansfield
Marblehead
Marlborough
Marshfield
Medford
Melrose
Methuen
Middleborough
Milford
Milton
Natick
Needham
New Bedford
Newburyport
Newton
North Adams
North Andover
North Attleborough
North Attleborough Center
Northampton
Norton
Norwood
Peabody
Pembroke
Pittsfield
Quincy
Randolph
Reading
Revere
Rockland
Salem
Sandwich
Saugus
Scituate
Sharon
Shrewsbury
Somerset
Somerville
South Hadley
Springfield
Stoneham
Stoughton
Sudbury
Swansea
Taunton
Tewksbury
Wakefield
Walpole
Waltham
Wareham
Watertown
Wellesley
West Springfield
Westborough
Westfield
Westford
Weymouth
Wilmington
Winchester
Winthrop
Woburn
Worcester
Yarmouth

Mortgage Terms
Buy-Down
When the lender and/or the home builder subsidized the mortgage by lowering the interest rate during the first few years of the loan. While the payments are initially low, they will increase when the subsidy expires. These are sometimes used to qualify borrowers for a loan amount that they would not otherwise qualify for but will be able to pay in subsequent years as their income increases.
Down Payment
Money deposited towards the purchase of a home paid to make up the difference between the purchase price and the mortgage amount not finance with a mortgage. The larger the down payment, the less you need to borrow. Most lenders require the down payment to be paid from the buyer's own funds. Gifts from related parties are sometimes acceptable, and must be disclosed to the lender. However, FHA allows gifts from any source.
Index rate
An index is a widely used published interest rate that lenders use to set the interest rate on loans. 10-year U.S. Treasury securities are often used for 30-year fixed-rate loans. ARM loans are commonly based upon the, one-, three-, and five-year U.S. Treasury security yields; the monthly average interest rate on loans closed by savings and loan institutions; or the monthly average costs-of-funds incurred by savings and loans. Lenders adjust the interest rate up or down on an adjustable rate mortgage by measuring the difference between a current index rate to the ARM interest rate, and adding a margin.
V.A. Mortgage Funding Fee
A premium assed to the VA borrower in lieu of mortgage insurance. First time VA borrowers have a 3% funding fee included in their loan. When the VA borrower sells their home and uses their VA rights on a new home, the funding fee is 2%. VA borrowers refinancing their home, have a half percent funding fee in their mortgage. Disabled Veterans are not burdened with the funding fee.

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