Get Your Cash Back

Paying cash for a home has benefits. Take advantage of being a cash buyer to give the seller confidence the transaction will close quickly and have the option of getting a cash out refinance shortly after closing to avoid your savings being tied up in your home.

Or if you have already purchased a home with an all cash transaction, within the past 6 months, you can apply for a cash out refinance.

WHY NOT REAP THE BENEFITS WHILE MORTGAGE INTERSET RATES ARE STILL HISTORICALLY LOW?
  • Have the negotiating advantage by purchasing with cash
  • Purchase a short sale or foreclosure more easily
  • Recoup invested funds
  • Buy an investment property and free up cash
  • Options include Fixed and ARM Terms
  • Conventional and Jumbo loans only

*This program does not apply to the Dr. Program, Land Financing, or Construction/Perm programs. Borrower must be able to provide evidence they own the home free of any liens to qualify.

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