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Have you ever wanted to search for your perfect dream home, but with no success? Have you ever wanted to live in a certain area and thought you could not afford it? Building your home with a licensed General Contractor and using a DRMC Construction loan program might just be your answer. You can choose your permanent loan program with a down payment option that fits your needs. You can choose your own licensed General Contractor, find your lot and save money building your own home.

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What are Construction loans?

A construction mortgage loan, also known as a construction loan, is a type of loan that is used to finance the construction of a new home or major home renovation project. Unlike a traditional mortgage, which provides the entire loan amount upfront, a construction loan is typically paid out in stages as the construction progresses.

  • Interest-only fixed-rate construction loans- 9 months
  • Fixed Rate Permanent Loan
  • Low Down Payment Option Programs
  • Construction loans for Modular homes-6 months
  • Changes can be made during construction
  • In-house fast and efficient draw system
  • Quick and Easy Builder Approval
  • Primary and Second Homes
  • Extended Long-Term Rate Lock-in available


Pros of a Construction Loan:

  1. Payment is based on construction stages:
    With a construction loan, you only pay interest on the amount of money you have drawn down to date, which can save you money in interest payments compared to a traditional mortgage.
  2. Customizable loan amount:
    You can often borrow more money with a construction loan than you could with a traditional mortgage, since the amount of the loan is based on the cost of construction.
  3. Interest-only payments:
    During the construction period, you may only have to make interest-only payments, which can be lower than the payments required on a traditional mortgage.


Cons of a Construction Loan:

  1. More paperwork and documentation:
    Applying for a construction loan can be more complex and require more documentation than applying for a traditional mortgage.
  2. Higher interest rates:
    Because construction loans are considered riskier for lenders than traditional mortgages, they often come with higher interest rates.
  3. Shorter repayment terms:
    Construction loans often have shorter repayment terms than traditional mortgages, meaning you will have to pay off the loan faster.


Good candidates for construction mortgage loans include:

  1. Individuals who want to build a new home or complete a major renovation project on an existing home.
  2. People with good credit scores and a low debt-to-income ratio.
  3. Those who have a stable income and can afford to make the monthly payments.
  4. Borrowers who have a reliable contractor in place, with a detailed construction plan and cost breakdown.

Contact one of our knowledgeable loan specialists who can help guide you through our extensive suite of loan products for a mortgage solution tailored to meet your specific needs.