We believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to own a home, regardless of their financial situation. Thomaston Savings Bank is proud to offer Federal Housing Administration (FHA)1 mortgage options, making the dream of homeownership accessible for more borrowers. Qualified individuals benefit from a low down payment, a competitive low rate, and lower credit requirements. Add in the hands-on support from a team of local lending experts, and your dream of homeownership is closer than you think! Whether you're purchasing a new home or refinancing an existing mortgage, our commitment is to help you achieve your goals!
FHA Mortgage Highlights
Low down payments: With a down payment requirement as low as 3.5%, FHA mortgages can make homeownership more affordable for you from the start.
Easier credit qualifying: Because FHA mortgages have more flexible credit requirements than conventional mortgages, you may still qualify even if you have a lower credit score.
100% gift fund allowable:2 FHA mortgages allow you to use gift funds to cover the entire down payment and closing costs, which can provide a big boost toward owning a new home.
Closing cost credit: Sellers can contribute up to 6% of the purchase price towards your closing costs with an FHA mortgage.
HUD Approved Lender: We're able to offer more competitive rates and terms than other lenders because we're backed by the government.
Local expertise: Our lending experts are based in the same area as you, so they have a deep understanding of the local market and can provide prompt personalized support.
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NMLS ID 457926
NMLS ID 457927
NMLS ID 103851
NMLS ID 882254
NMLS ID 1014636
NMLS ID 106105
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1 FHA Borrowers need to meet certain guidelines to qualify, including income and credit requirements.
2The minimum down payment required is 3.5% and can be gifted to the buyer from a relative, an employer, an approved charitable group, or a government homebuyer program.