Click on each box to learn more about each type of loan. Click the “read more” button on the back of each card to find information on which type of loan is right for you.

Conventional Home Loans

What is it?

Conventional loans are loans that are guaranteed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. They also can be bank portfolio loans. This term typically stands for any loan that is not insured by the US government, such as FHA, VA and USDA.

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VA Mortgage Loans

What is it?

VA loans are loans made to veterans that have sufficient eligibility available to purchase a home with a VA loan. These loans can be made up to 100% loan to value with a maximum loan amount of $424,100 with no down payment.

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FHA Mortgage Loans

What is it?

FHA loans are government guaranteed loans with a maximum loan amount in 2018 of $386,400 in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Maximum loan amounts vary by County.

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Texas Cash Out Refinancing

What is it?

A home equity loan is a type of loan in which the borrower uses the equity of his or her home as collateral. A home equity loan is limited to an 80% loan to value in Texas.

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Jumbo Mortgage Financing

What is it?

Jumbo loans are conventional loans that are above the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac lending limit (which in 2018 is $453,100).

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