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Bad Credit Home Loans in North Carolina

Bad Credit Home Loans offers new home purchases, home refinancing, home equity loans, sub prime, FHA, Fannie Mae, bridge loans and more. We can offer consumers in North Carolina a quick and easy way to get in touch with the mortgage and financial services they need. We can help you consolidate your debt by offering you a debt consolidation loan. Complete the quick application form and a finance consultant will contact you and help you reach your financial goals.

Home Loan Refinancing

Refinancing your home can be very beneficial to any homeowner. If you are looking to lower your home interest rate, change your home loan terms, or get cash-out of your home, refinancing may be for you. Apply online to get the best interest rate available on the home loan market place.

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Mortgage Lenders in North Carolina Cities

Albemarle
Apex
Asheboro
Asheville
Boone
Burlington
Carrboro
Cary
Chapel Hill
Charlotte
Clemmons
Concord
Cornelius
Durham
Eden
Elizabeth City
Fayetteville
Fort Bragg
Garner
Gastonia
Goldsboro
Graham
Greensboro
Greenville
Havelock
Henderson
Hendersonville
Hickory
High Point
Hope Mills
Huntersville
Indian Trail
Jacksonville
Kannapolis
Kernersville
Kinston
Laurinburg
Lenoir
Lexington
Lumberton
Masonboro
Matthews
Mint Hill
Monroe
Mooresville
Morganton
New Bern
Newton
Piney Green
Raleigh
Reidsville
Roanoke Rapids
Rocky Mount
Salisbury
Sanford
Shelby
Smithfield
Southern Pines
Statesville
Tarboro
Thomasville
Wake Forest
Wilmington
Wilson
Winston Salem

Mortgage Terms
Closing costs
Closing costs are the total expenses that the buyer pays at the time a real estate transaction is completed. closing costs generally range between 3 and 6 percent of the home purchase price. With conventional loans, the following closing costs cannot be paid by the Seller for the Buyer: Pre-paid interest, Hazard insurance impounds, or Property tax impounds.
Convertible ARM
An adjustable-rate mortgage that can be converted to a fixed-rate mortgage under specified conditions.
Origination Fee
The fee charged by a lender to prepare loan documents, make credit checks, inspect and sometimes appraise a property; usually computed as a percentage of the face value of the loan. Origination fees are paid by the lender or included in the loan as part of the closing costs. Lender's can also charge an origination fee to the borrower, when funding the mortgage with a table lending mortgage broker. Origination fees are considered tax deductible points.
Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI)
In the event that you do not have a 20 percent down payment, lenders will allow a smaller down payment - as low as 3 percent in some cases. With down payments below 20%, borrowers are usually required to carry private mortgage insurance depending on your loan's structure. Private Mortgage Insurance, is paid on all non-government-insured loans and whose equity is less than 20%. When you have accumulated 20% in equity, your lender may waive PMI at your request. FHA and VA loans have different insurance and guidelines; see Mortgage Insurance Premium for FHA loans.

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