Announcing New Doctor Loans Program!

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New Doctor Loans Program!

We are excited to announce our new Doctor Loans program! It is no secret that doctors take on a lot of student loan debt to pay for medical school. If you are one of these everyday superheroes, you may be experiencing difficulty achieving your dream of homeownership as a result. Have no fear – Inlanta is here to help! We now have two loan options for qualified borrowers through our Doctor Loans program, designed with your unique needs in mind.

What kinds of doctors are eligible?

You must have one of the following designations in order to be eligible for this program:

  • Medical Resident
  • Medical Doctor (MD)
  • Doctor of Dental Science (DDS)
  • Doctor of Dental Medicine or Surgeon (DMD)
  • Doctor of Ophthalmology (MD)
  • Doctor of Optometry (OD)
  • Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM)
  • Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO)

What do these options have in common?

Highlights of both Doctor Loan options:

  • Income-based repayment or other limited payment options may be used in qualification ratios
  • Student loan payments deferred greater than 12 months may be excluded from qualification ratios
  • If employment start date is within 60 days of closing, we may be able to use your new employment contract to qualify

Additional eligibility requirements:

  • Available for primary residences only (condos, PUD’s, or single-family residences)
  • Purchase or no cash-out (rate/term) refinances only
  • Minimum credit score varies by loan option, but typically the minimum credit score range is 680 to 720
  •  Mortgage insurance (MI) is required (consult your loan officer for MI options)

What are the differences between the two options?

Doctor Loan Option 1 Highlights

  • Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARM’s) only
  • As low as 3% down payment on loans up to $650,0001
  • As low as 10% down payment on loans up to $850,0002
  • Must have 3 months in cash reserves
  • At least 3% of down payment must come from your own funds, but the rest may come from a gift

Option 1 Conditions: Maximum debt-to-income ratio is 43%. 14.649% APR calculated based on $200,000 loan with 3% down adjustable rate mortgage after 5 years, closing fees $1,185 plus 1/2 point. 24.558% APR calculated based on $200,000 loan with 5% down fixed for 30 years, closing fees $1,185.

Doctor Loan Option 2 Highlights

  • Fixed rate or ARM options
  • As low as 5% down payment on loans up to $636,1503
  • Minimum credit score of 680 is required (if excluding student loan deferments from qualification ratios, minimum credit score is 720)
  • Does not require specific amount of cash reserves
  • May allow gift funds to fully fund down payment

Option 2 Conditions: No maximum debt-to-income ratio. 3$636,150 loan amounts only available in certain High-Cost Areas of the country. All other areas have a maximum loan amount of $424,100. 4.666% APR calculated based on $200,000 loan with 5% down fixed for 30 years, closing fees $1,185.

Which option is right for you?

Your Inlanta Mortgage loan officer will be able to answer all of your questions. Every person’s financial situation is different and program terms & conditions are always subject to change. Your loan officer will take a look at your unique situation and best advise you on which program is right for you. Locate an Inlanta Mortgage loan officer nearest you.

Increase in Maximum Conforming Loan Limits

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Increase in Maximum Conforming Loan Limits

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) recently raised the conforming loan limit from $417,000 to $424,100, marking the first increase since the year 2006. In certain high-cost counties, the loan limit will increase from $625,500 to $636,150.

“The Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 (HERA) established the baseline loan limit of $417,000 and requires this limit to be adjusted each year to reflect the changes in the national average home price,” read a statement from FHFA. These changes and rising home prices indicate that the housing market has returned to pre-recession growth.

Best of all, these changes could help borrowers afford homes in more expensive areas or get more home for their money. Increasing the loan limit means that more homebuyers have the option of choosing a conventional loan over a jumbo loan which could result in more favorable loan terms.

These changes will only affect loans that close on or after January 1, 2017. However, since Inlanta Mortgage is a direct lender with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, we can start taking your loan applications or lock in your rate today! Contact your local Inlanta Mortgage representative for more details.

Edited: Original post was modified with updated and expanded information on 12/5/2016.

Is an Adjustable-Rate Mortgage Right for you?

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Is an Adjustable-Rate Mortgage right for you?

 

When you shop for a mortgage, whether it’s for a new home or a refinance, you’ll soon hear about adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs). For some, an adjustable-rate mortgage is an automatic no. If that is the case, it is usually for one of three reasons:

  • They’re uncomfortable with any risk;
  • They’re unaware of just how an ARM works;
  • They can predict the future with relative certainty.

While ARMs definitely have their advantages, make sure you understand them before getting into one.

 

How ARMs work

All ARMs start out as fixed-rate mortgages for the first 3, 5, 7, or 10 years. An ARM will appear like this, where the first number in the terms “3/1,” “5/1”, or “7/1” denotes the number of years that the rate will be fixed. Usually the lower the number is, the lower the initial rate. During the fixed period, there is no risk and typically a healthy savings. The second number shows how many years before the rates can be adjusted once that fixed period has expired.

After this fixed period, the rate can fluctuate. The rate itself is made up of both fixed- and variable-rate components. The variable component will be based on some index such as Treasury bonds. This is added to the fixed-rate component set by the lender when you determine your starting rate.

Your decision to obtain an ARM should be based on how long you plan to live in this home. Having reasonable expectations for future sale or refinancing is all it can take to make an ARM worth considering. If you believe that you could be living there for a long time, you may want to consider opting for a fixed-rate mortgage. The reason? If you have an ARM and have to refinance at some time in the future when rates are higher, you might find yourself in a fixed-rate mortgage with a much higher rate.

 

Inside Information

Lenders give you a discounted rate up front because they know the rate will float with the market later on. If you sell your home or refinance again prior to that happening, it’s their loss. You have the advantage here because you control the timing of your next step.

 

Managed Risk

One way to prepare for the possibility of a higher rate and payment later is to pay extra principal each month to reduce your balance faster. If the rate ultimately adjusts up, your balance will be lower and the payment change will be less as a result. As well, you would already be accustomed to paying more.

 

The Bottom Line

A fixed-rate loan provides the certainty that it will never change. An ARM provides a guaranteed savings but for a limited period of time. The best way to decide is to balance your expectations for using any particular loan with the peace of mind that can come from being assured of stability, even if your timeframe changes.

 

ABOUT INLANTA MORTGAGE

Headquartered in Pewaukee, Wis., Inlanta Mortgage was established in 1993. The company has grown to 35 branches in 16 states and over 240 employees. Inlanta Mortgage offers Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac agency products, as well as jumbo and portfolio programs. The company is an agency approved lender for Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, FHA/VA, FHA 203K and USDA. Inlanta Mortgage also offers numerous state bond agency programs.

In 2016, Inlanta Mortgage was recently named a Top Workplace for a third consecutive year. Inlanta has been recognized as a Top Mortgage Employer by National Mortgage Professional and a Top 100 Mortgage Banking Company and 100 Best Mortgage Companies to Work For by Mortgage Executive Magazine. Inlanta has also received the Platinum Million Dollar USDA Lender Award.

PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Inlanta Mortgage continues to expand its branch network and encourages ethical lending professionals to learn more about our support platform and discover how an Inlanta branch partnership with Inlanta Mortgage is essential to long-term success.

Locate an Inlanta Mortgage loan officer at www.inlanta.com/locations. For current employment opportunities, visit www.inlanta.com/join-our-team/employment-opportunities. Learn more about Inlanta Mortgage branch partnership opportunities at www.inlantapartners.com, call 262-439-4260, or email partners@inlanta.com.

Inlanta Mortgage, Inc. NMLS #1016.

Jumbo Loans

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Jumbo loans can be an excellent choice for those who qualify, but many people either do not know this type of financing is an option or they believe some common misconceptions. To help give us a clear picture of what exactly a jumbo loan is, we asked our Fort Myers, Florida Branch Manager, Jim Marcinkowski, some common questions.

 

1.) What makes a Jumbo loan different from other loans?

Jumbo loans are for mortgage amounts over $417,000.This fact is surprising to many since a jumbo loan is commonly mistaken for a loan that is equal to or exceeds a million. The truth is, a loan that is under Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac and is over $417,000 is automatically considered a jumbo loan.

 

2.) What would make someone an ideal candidate for this loan? In other words, what are the requirements to qualify?

a. The minimum credit score is 680, but the higher the better. It is always beneficial to have a higher credit score when dealing with home loans.

b. A jumbo loan has a maximum of $3,000,000. This does not mean the value of the home. The value of the home you are buying can exceed $3 million to receive a jumbo loan, but the difference between the loan maximum and the value must be paid in cash.

c. You must have an 85% loan-to-value (LTV) ratio (or the relationship between the amount of the mortgage and property value, shown as a percentage) for a primary residence, 80% LTV for a second home.

d. Interest rates may be a little higher than conforming rates

e. Cash reserves are required. You must have 6 months of reserves for an LTV under 80% on loan amounts of $1 million and under, and18 months of reserves are required for LTVs over 80%. Depending on the LTV, reserves could go as high as 24 months.

 

3.) What are the downfalls of this type of loan?

Debt-to-income ratios can be lower than conventional, meaning the requirements on this loan are stricter when it comes to the amount of debt a person or couple can have. Those who can meet the guidelines may feel the process can be more tedious than receiving, say, a conventional loan. It makes sense that the process for this loan would involve more than most considering the loan amounts are typically higher and the lender needs enough information to prove that the borrower can successfully pay a jumbo mortgage.

 

4.) What are the benefits of this type of loan?

The interest rates for jumbo loans are at near historical lows. Interest rates are constantly fluctuating. The same is true for jumbo loans, but they still tend to linger on the lower end. Refinancing with a jumbo loan can mean better savings than a traditional loan. A jumbo loan allows refinancing at loan amounts between $417,000 and $650,000. Better savings on a refinance can go towards investments, college tuition, or anything else that may need to be paid off. Jumbo loans can also come with better offers from lenders, which may include reduced fees during the process.

 

5.) What are the different loan options within this program?

Like most other mortgages, jumbo loans come in loan terms of 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30-year fixed or adjustable rates.

 

While jumbo loans may not be the best fit for everyone, they offer many great benefits for those who qualify. If you would like to learn more about our jumbo loan program, click here. Ready to get started? Locate one of our experienced loan officers and get pre-qualified for a loan today!

 

ABOUT INLANTA MORTGAGE

Headquartered in Pewaukee, Wis., Inlanta Mortgage was established in 1993. The company has grown to 35 branches in 16 states and over 240 employees. Inlanta Mortgage offers Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac agency products, as well as jumbo and portfolio programs. The company is an agency approved lender for Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, FHA/VA, FHA 203K and USDA. Inlanta Mortgage also offers numerous state bond agency programs.

In 2016, Inlanta Mortgage was recently named a Top Workplace for a third consecutive year. Inlanta has been recognized as a Top Mortgage Employer by National Mortgage Professional and a Top 100 Mortgage Banking Company and 100 Best Mortgage Companies to Work For by Mortgage Executive Magazine. Inlanta has also received the Platinum Million Dollar USDA Lender Award.

PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Inlanta Mortgage continues to expand its branch network and encourages ethical lending professionals to learn more about our support platform and discover how an Inlanta branch partnership with Inlanta Mortgage is essential to long-term success.

Locate an Inlanta Mortgage loan officer at www.inlanta.com/locations. For current employment opportunities, visit www.inlanta.com/join-our-team/employment-opportunities. Learn more about Inlanta Mortgage branch partnership opportunities at www.inlantapartners.com, call 262-439-4260, or email partners@inlanta.com.

Inlanta Mortgage, Inc. NMLS #1016.

What is PMI?

 

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Are shopping for a home loan? Understanding mortgage insurance will help you make an informed decision. There are two types of mortgage insurance – private mortgage insurance (PMI) and mortgage insurance premiums (MIP). There are distinct differences between PMI and MIP that should be considered when deciding which loan program suits your financial needs.

What is PMI?

PMI is private mortgage insurance available in a variety of premium plan structures and payment options that can usually be tailored to the borrower’s needs. There are a number of private mortgage insurance providers and each structure their offerings a bit differently. A licensed loan officer can explain your private mortgage insurance options in great detail.

What is MIP?

MIP is the government-administered mortgage insurance program for the FHA that has certain restrictions and has undergone a number of changes over the last few years. This type of insurance is used to offset the risk of lending to borrowers with a smaller down payment – which FHA loans offer. It is important to note that MIP is a permanent part of a FHA loan and cannot be removed without refinancing.

Differences Between PMI & MIP

Major differences between these insurance programs include:

  • PMI is required for conventional loans with less than a 20% down payment, while MIP is required with FHA loans
  • No upfront mortgage premium is required with PMI while an upfront MIP is required with FHA loans (upfront MIP with FHA can be financed into loan)
  • Monthly PMI can be canceled after a stated LTV is achieved and favorable payment history has been established, while monthly MIP is paid for the life of the loan (until loan is refinanced)

Contact an Inlanta Mortgage loan professional to discuss your options and ensure that you select the program that is right for you! Click here to find a licensed mortgage loan professional near you.

Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to be the home financing partner that you trust to serve your family, friends and community. Through our family of dedicated mortgage professionals, our commitment is to deliver an exceptional experience. Our unwavering dedication to integrity, honesty and ethics is the foundation of all of our relationships.

About Inlanta Mortgage

Last year, Inlanta Mortgage celebrated its 20th Anniversary. Inlanta Mortgage is a growing mortgage banking firm committed to quality mortgage lending, ethical operations and strong customer service.

Inlanta Mortgage offers Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac agency products, as well as a full suite of jumbo and portfolio programs. The company is an agency approved lender for Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, FHA/VA, FHA 203K and USDA. Inlanta Mortgage also offers numerous state bond agency programs. Review Inlanta’s mortgage loan programs here.

Inlanta Mortgage is a multi-state mortgage banker based out of Brookfield, Wisconsin NMLS #1016. Inlanta Mortgage was recently named a Top Mortgage Lender in 2013 as well as 2012 by Scotsman Guide. Inlanta was also recently named a Top Workplace in 2014 as well as in 2012. Inlanta has also been named one of the “Top 100 Mortgage Companies in America” in 2011, 2012 and 2013 and one of the 50 Best Companies to Work For by Mortgage Executive Magazine.

 

Are Conventional Loans Better?

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What is a Conventional Mortgage Loan?

A conventional mortgage refers to a loan that is not insured or guaranteed by the federal government. In contrast, an FHA mortgage loan is insured by the Federal Housing Authority and VA mortgage loans are backed by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Conventional loans can be either fixed or an adjustable rate.

Typical Requirements of Conventional Mortgage Loans

While Inlanta offers conventional loans with low down payment options (as low as 3%), most home buyers opt to put down a larger down payment. For consumers with a substantial down payment, equaling or exceeding 20% of the purchase price of a home, private mortgage insurance (PMI) is not typically required.

Conventional loans have higher credit requirements than most other loan programs. Borrowers with lower credit scores will typically face higher interest rates. In addition, borrowers with recent foreclosures or bankruptcies may not immediately qualify for a conventional mortgage loan.

Are Conventional Loans Better?

To determine which type of loan best suits your needs, you must take some time to consider the pros and cons of each. Conventional loans are usually more appropriate for individuals with higher credit scores and at least a 20% down payment As mentioned above, private mortgage insurance is not required when a 20% down payment is made. If a 20% down payment is not feasible, mortgage insurance would be required until the 20% equity in the home is attained.

Government loans typically have lower minimum credit scores and lower down payment requirements but require mortgage insurance premiums. A big difference with conventional and government loans is that mortgage insurance premiums are required for the life of a government loan. The only way to eliminate FHA mortgage insurance premiums is to refinance. Mortgage insurance on conventional loans can be generally canceled on after the required LTV has been attained and the your account is in good standing.

So…Conventional or Government?

So are conventional mortgage loans better than government loans? It really depends on your situation. Our best advice is to contact a licensed mortgage loan officer for a consultation. Inlanta Mortgage loan officers will assess your financial situation and provide a recommendation that is most appropriate for your unique situation. Each loan officer can explain the pros and cons of conventional financing and provide you with additional financing options including VA, USDA, and FHA mortgage loans.

Ready to take that next step? Locate a loan officer near you or apply online now.

Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to be the home financing partner that you trust to serve your family, friends and community. Through our family of dedicated mortgage professionals our commitment is to deliver an exceptional experience. Our unwavering dedication to integrity, honesty and ethics is the foundation of all of our relationships.

About Inlanta Mortgage – Celebrating 20 Years

Celebrating its 20th Anniversary, Inlanta Mortgage is a growing mortgage banking firm committed to quality mortgage lending, ethical operations and strong customer service.

Inlanta Mortgage offers Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac agency products, as well as a full suite of jumbo and portfolio programs. The company is an agency approved lender for Fannie Mae, FHA/VA, FHA 203K and USDA. Inlanta Mortgage also offers numerous state bond agency programs. Review Inlanta’s mortgage loan programs here.

Inlanta Mortgage is a multi-state mortgage banker based out of Brookfield, Wisconsin. NMLS #1016. Inlanta Mortgage was named a Top Mortgage Lender in 2012 by Scotsman Guide and has been listed on Mortgage Technology’s Top 25 Tech Savvy Lenders List for the last four years. Inlanta has also been named to the Milwaukee Business Journal’s “Top 25 Largest Milwaukee-Area Mortgage Banking Companies” and Mortgage Executive Magazine’s “Top 100 Mortgage Companies in America” in 2011 and 2012. In addition, Inlanta was named a “Fastest Growing Firm” by Milwaukee Business Journal in 2013 and a “Platinum Million Dollar Lender” by the USDA Rural Development Program.

 

Mortgage Insurance Makes a Difference

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What is Mortgage Insurance?

Mortgage insurance is required when at least 20 percent of a home’s purchase price is not provided as a down payment. Basically, mortgage insurance protects lenders against homeowner defaults and encourages lenders and investors to make funds available for mortgage lending purposes. Without mortgage insurance, most home buyers would not have access to low down payment mortgage loan programs.

Types of Mortgage Insurances

Mortgage insurance differs by loan program. Conventional mortgages have private mortgage insurance (PMI) and FHA loans have mortgage insurance premiums (MIP).

PMI, or private mortgage insurance, is typically available in a variety of premium plan structures and offers payment options that can usually be tailored to the borrower’s needs. There are a number of private mortgage insurance providers and each structure their offerings a bit differently. Borrowers can typically cancel PMI after reaching 20 percent equity in your home.

FHA mortgage insurance premiums or MIP, are administered by the government. FHA insured loans require an up front mortgage insurance premium (UFMIP) as well as an annual premium (usually billed monthly).  Unlike PMI, FHA mortgage insurance premiums are required for the life of the loan.

FHA or Conventional Loans?

While putting down a larger down payment (20%) on your dream home can help you avoid the issue of mortgage insurance all together – many people are not in the position to do so. Since both FHA and conventional mortgage loans offer low down payment options, borrowers often make their decisions based on the mortgage insurance requirements. In fact, changes to FHA mortgage insurance requirements have made conventional loans increasingly attractive to home buyers.

Contact an Inlanta Mortgage loan professional to discuss your options and ensure that you select the program that is right for you! Click here to find a licensed mortgage loan professional near you.

Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to be the home financing partner that you trust to serve your family, friends and community. Through our family of dedicated mortgage professionals our commitment is to deliver an exceptional experience. Our unwavering dedication to integrity, honesty and ethics is the foundation of all of our relationships.

About Inlanta Mortgage

Headquartered in Brookfield, Wis., Inlanta Mortgage was established in 1993. We are currently celebrating our 20th Anniversary! Inlanta Mortgage offers Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac agency products, as well as a full suite of jumbo and portfolio programs. The company is an agency approved lender for Fannie Mae, FHA/VA, FHA 203K and USDA. Inlanta Mortgage also offers numerous state bond agency programs.

Inlanta Mortgage is privileged to have received a number of awards both locally and nationally. Read more about Inlanta Mortgage’s awards.

 

What is Private Mortgage Insurance or PMI?

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What is Private Mortgage Insurance or PMI?

Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) is a policy provided by private mortgage insurers to protect lenders against loss if a borrower defaults. The benefit of private mortgage insurance to the borrower is that it allows a borrower to purchase a home without putting down a 20% down payment.

PMI should not be mistaken for MIP, or Mortgage Insurance Premiums, purchased from the government for FHA mortgage loans.

What’s the Difference Between MIP & PMI?

Although the concept of insurance protection is similar, there are distinct differences between private mortgage insurance (PMI) and FHA mortgage insurance premiums (MIP) that should be considered when deciding which loan program suits your financial needs.

PMI is typically is available in a variety of premium plan structures and offers payment options that can usually be tailored to the borrower’s needs. There are a number of private mortgage insurance providers and each structure their offerings a bit differently.

MIP is the government-administered mortgage insurance program that has certain restrictions and has undergone a number of changes recently.

Major Differences Between PMI & MIP

Major differences between these insurance programs include:

  • Only a monthly premium is required with PMI while MIP requires both an upfront MIP (UFMIP) and a monthly premium.
  • PMI can be canceled after a stated LTV is achieved and favorable payment history has been established, while MIP is paid for the life of the loan.

For More Information

Contact an Inlanta Mortgage loan professional to discuss your options and ensure that you select the program that is right for you! Click here to find a licensed mortgage loan professional near you.

About Inlanta Mortgage

Inlanta Mortgage is proudly celebrating twenty years in business. Check out our 20th Anniversary Video.

Inlanta Mortgage provides its branches with Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac agency products, as well as a full suite of jumbo and portfolio programs. The company is an agency approved lender for Fannie Mae, FHA/VA, FHA 203K and USDA approved. Inlanta Mortgage also offers numerous state bond agency programs. Review Inlanta’s mortgage loan programs.

Inlanta Mortgage is a multi-state mortgage banker based out of Brookfield, Wisconsin. NMLS #1016. Inlanta Mortgage was recently recognized as one of the Fastest Growing Firms in the Milwaukee-Area, is proud to be named to the Scotsman Guide Top Mortgage Lenders 2012 list and to be among the Top 100 Mortgage Banking Companies in America in 2012.

Conventional Mortgage Loan Basics

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What is a Conventional Mortgage Loan?

A conventional mortgage refers to a loan that is not insured or guaranteed by the federal government. In contrast, an FHA mortgage loan is insured by the Federal Housing Authority and VA mortgage loans are backed by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Conventional loans can be either fixed or an adjustable rate.

Typical Requirements of Conventional Mortgage Loan

Conventional loans typically require a higher down payment than government loans. For consumers with a substantial down payment, equally or exceeding 20% of the purchase price of a home, private mortgage insurance (PMI) is not typically required.

Conventional loans are more beneficial to borrowers with higher credit scores. Borrowers with lower credit scores will typically face higher interest rates. In addition, borrowers with recent foreclosures or bankruptcies may not immediately qualify for a conventional mortgage loan.

Is a Conventional Mortgage Loan Better?

To determine which type of loan best suits your circumstances, you must take some time to consider the pros and cons of each. Conventional loans are typically more appropriate for individuals with higher credit scores and substantial down payment funds. Government loans typically have lower minimum credit scores and lower down payment requirements. But there is more to it than that…

Our best advice is to contact a licensed mortgage loan officer for a consultation. Inlanta Mortgage loan officers will assess your financial situation and provide a recommendation that is most appropriate for your unique situation. Each loan officer can explain the pro’s and con’s of conventional financing and provide you with additional financing options including VA, USDA, and FHA mortgage loans.

Ready to take that next step? Locate a loan officer near you or apply online now.

About Inlanta Mortgage

Inlanta Mortgage is proudly celebrating twenty years in business. Learn more about Inlanta’s twenty year history here.

Inlanta Mortgage offers Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac agency products, as well as a full suite of jumbo and portfolio programs. The company is fully delegated HUD-FHA including FHA 203K, VA, and USDA approved. Inlanta Mortgage also offers numerous state bond agency programs. Review Inlanta’s mortgage loan programs here.

Inlanta Mortgage is a multi-state mortgage banker based out of Brookfield, Wisconsin. NMLS #1016. Inlanta Mortgage is a proud recent recipient of a Top Mortgage Lenders 2012 Award from Scotsman Guide and was recently recognized as one of the Fastest Growing Firms in the Milwaukee-Area by the Milwaukee Business Journal.