4990 S. Rainbow Blvd
Suite 100 Las Vegas
NV 89118
Tel (702) 876 4812
Fax: (702) 876 5173

We offer various loan services from:

  • Refinancing
  • Purchasing Tips
  • Commercial Loans
  • Land Loans
  • Construction Loans
  • Reverse Mortgage
  • Private Money

Loan Types

Loan Types

Family Mortgage Inc is dedicated in educating our buyers on the best possible way in which to finance their future home. We also take the time to work with our customers on refinancing, investment properties and other mortgage needs.

Family Mortgage Inc offers free consultations one on one with a professional or in our Training Classes.
Lenders are changing and new government programs are available almost daily.

Classes Offered

  1. First time home buyers
  2. Make the best of your refinancing
  3. Understanding your credit

Here are a few type of loans

Thirty-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage The traditional 30-year fixed-rate mortgage has a constant interest rate and monthly payments that never change. This may be a good choice if you plan to stay in your home for seven years or longer. If you plan to move within seven years, then adjustable-rate loans are usually cheaper. As a rule of thumb, it may be harder to qualify for fixed-rate loans than for adjustable rate loans. When interest rates are low, fixed-rate loans are generally not that much more expensive than adjustable-rate mortgages and may be a better deal in the long run, because you can lock in the rate for the life of your loan.

Fifteen-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage

This loan is fully amortized over a 15-year period and features constant monthly payments. It offers all the advantages of the 30-year loan, plus a lower interest rate—and you'll own your home twice as fast. The disadvantage is that, with a 15-year loan, you commit to a higher monthly payment. Many borrowers opt for a 30-year fixed-rate loan and voluntarily make larger payments that will pay off their loan in 15 years. This approach is often safer than committing to a higher monthly payment, since the difference in interest rates isn't that great.

Hybrid ARM (3/1 ARM, 5/1 ARM, 7/1 ARM)

These increasingly popular ARMS—also called 3/1, 5/1 or 7/1—can offer the best of both worlds: lower interest rates (like ARMs) and a fixed payment for a longer period of time than most adjustable rate loans. For example, a "5/1 loan" has a fixed monthly payment and interest for the first five years and then turns into a traditional adjustable-rate loan, based on then-current rates for the remaining 25 years. It's a good choice for people who expect to move (or refinance) before or shortly after the adjustment occurs.

Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARM)

When it comes to ARMs there's a basic rule to remember...the longer you ask the lender to charge you a specific rate, the more expensive the loan.

2/1 Buy Down Mortgage

The 2/1 Buy-Down Mortgage allows the borrower to qualify at below market rates so they can borrow more. The initial starting interest rate increases by 1% at the end of the first year and adjusts again by another 1% at the end of the second year. It then remains at a fixed interest rate for the remainder of the loan term. Borrowers often refinance at the end of the second year to obtain the best long-term rates. However, keeping the loan in place even for three full years or more will keep their average interest rate in line with the original market conditions.

Annual ARM

This loan has a rate that is recalculated once a year.

Monthly ARM

With this loan, the interest rate is recalculated every month. Compared to other options, the rate is usually lower on this ARM because the lender is only committing to a rate for a month at a time, so his vulnerability is significantly reduced.

Line of credit

An agreement by Commercial bank or other Finacial institution to extend credit up to certain amount for a certain time

Annual Percentage Rate (APR)

The cost of credit, expressed as a yearly rate including interest, mortgage insurance, and loan origination fees. This allows the buyer to compare loans, however, APR should not be confused with the actual note rate

Balloon Mortgage

A mortgage with level monthly payments that amortizes over a stated term but also requires that a lump sum payment be paid at the end of an earlier specified term

Government Mortgage

A mortgage that is insured by the federal housing Administration (FHA). Also known as a government VA mortgage. A mortgage that is guaranteed by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Also known as a government mortgage.

We hope this helps you in choosing family mortgage to help you with your mortgage needs.

Family Mortgage, Inc

4990 S. Rainbow Blvd #100, LV 89118

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