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Whether you are buying your first home or your forever home, as a wholesale broker, First Choice Mortgage, LLC in Louisiana has access to all of the mortgage programs available on the market to fit your personal situation. We offer 100% financing, CAFA down payment assistance, 203H flood disaster loans, 203K renovation loans, USDA Rural Development, FHA, VA, Conventional Fannie and Freddie and Jumbo products on purchase or refinance transactions of existing or new homes. We offer no origination options and the lowest wholesale rates on the market.
First Choice Mortgage, LLC was opened in 2005 in Denham Springs, LA by Erica Whiddon. We are licensed to do home loans throughout the entire State of Louisiana. Our office has helped thousands of families in Livingston, East Baton Rouge, West Baton Rouge, Ascension and many other parishes throughout the State of Louisiana obtain homeownership.
As a quick refresher, a HUD home is a foreclosed home that was previously financed by a government-backed home loan. However, most foreclosed homes on the market are bank-owned, not government-owned. In some ways, the process of buying a foreclosed home is similar to other home...
Pairing the low-rates of an FHA loan with a HUD home one of the best home-buying deals you can get! HUD homes are houses that were once financed with a government-backed loan. However, the owner was not able to make payments, and the home went into foreclosure. The home is now owned by the U.S....
Saving for making improvements to your home is often the least expensive route, but it’s not always possible. Thankfully, you have other options for financing! Our business is in home loans, so you might already guess, that’s the option we recommend, but you don’t...
Here's something that might surprise you --an adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) isn't a bad loan! True, some years ago, this type of home loan was linked to the bubble burst in the housing market, but it wasn't the loan. The problem was that banks recommended an ARM when they shouldn't have...