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Bad Credit Home Loans in Lancaster, Ohio

Lancaster Ohio home loan financing with a credit score of at least 600. We understand how it feels to be shunned or denied because of credit problems. That's why we have Bad Credit experts standing by to help. We have mortgage lenders available to help you accomplish your financial goals for the future. If you're looking to buy a new home in Lancaster, refinance your current mortgage, or looking for information about other mortgage options, fill out our quick form and a Lancaster, Ohio lender will get in touch with you in no time at all.

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Mortgage Refinancing in Lancaster, Ohio.

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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.
Fair Market Value
The price at which property is transferred between a willing buyer and a willing seller, each of whom has a reasonable knowledge of all pertinent facts and neither being under any compulsion to buy or sell.
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.
Purchase Money Mortgage
A mortgage given by the purchaser to secure a loan for part or all of the purchase price. Such a mortgage becomes a lien on the property simultaneously with the passing of title, and if immediately recorded becomes prior to any lien against the purchaser.

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