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Buy a Home

Renting Sucks. Homeowning Helps.

Stop living a lonely life and go find the perfect companion. With homeownership, furry friends are welcome. You’ll also likely save money on your monthly housing expense and start investing in yourself by building equity. Ready to learn more? United Home Loans is the smartest place to start.

  • Buy with as little as 3% down
  • Combat rising rent costs with fixed monthly payments
  • Enjoy potential tax benefits
  • Invest in yourself by building equity
  • Make your own rules and enjoy the pride of ownership

Why United Home Loans?

It’s the biggest purchase of your life, and online research only goes so far. You need not only the best rate and an easy application, but also expert advice at each step of the home buying process:

  1. Get a Pre-Approval
    Don’t go home shopping without one. Pre-approvals give realtors and sellers confidence that you’re a qualified buyer.
  2. Find a Home
    Let the fun begin. A good realtor will help you find the perfect home in your price range. We can even match you with a realtor in your desired neighborhood.
  3. Make An Offer
    Your real estate agent will guide you through the steps to make your first offer. You can even request seller-paid closing costs.
  4. Easy Apply
    Digital application? We have it. You’ll be on your way to an official approval in 20 minutes or less.
  5. Experience a Hassle-Free Process
    We handle every detail from start to finish. Check our reviews. You’ll see that United Home Loans is the best in the business.
  6. Time to Close
    Review your closing disclosure, conduct a final walk-through, send down payment funds to the title company, and sign loan documents. Don't worry, UHL will help you every step of the way.

Ready to Move-In

First-Time Homebuyer FAQ

Get answers about buying your first home, getting a mortgage, and the closing process.

What will a lender look at when I apply for a mortgage?
Lenders consider many factors when evaluating your loan application, but they usually focus on four areas: Income and debt: How much money you make and what other bills you have to pay helps the lender determine if you can afford to make mortgage payments. Assets: This assures the lender that you have enough money to cover the costs of buying a home. Credit: Whether or not you've met past financial obligations helps the lender predict whether you will repay your mortgage. Property: The home you want to buy has to be worth enough to act as collateral for the mortgage. Again, loan decisions are often unique, so if you're unsure of if you'll qualify and how much mortgage you can afford, call us today for advice custom to you.
What does it mean to get pre-approved?
Getting pre-approved means a mortgage company reviewed your credit and cash flow to determine your affordable loan amount range. Unlike a rate quote, a pre-approval is custom to your financial situation, so sellers can see that you're a qualified buyer. The pre-approval process is quick and easy. United Home Loans offers same day pre-approvals, so you can start home shopping right away. Get started here, and call us if you need help navigating loan options.
What if I've had credit problems?
Your credit history is only one factor in qualifying for a mortgage, so late payments doesn't necessarily disqualify you. There are a variety of mortgage options to help people with less-than-perfect credit become homeowners and leave credit challenges behind. Call us for help getting on the path to home ownership.
What is the minimum down payment I can make on a home?
There is generally no minimum down payment required for buying a home. Many first-time buyers believe they need as much as 20% of a home's purchase price in cash. That may have been true in the past, but now mortgage loans are available with as little as 3% down. With housing prices as high as they are, homeownership would be impossible for many people without low down payment options. United Home Loans has a number of loan options that can help you buy a home with little cash. Call us if you need help determining what loan is best for you.
United Home Loans is both a mortgage banker and a mortgage lender. How does this benefit me?
As both a mortgage banker and lender, United Home Loans has the ability to shop dozens of banks and lending institutions to ensure that you receive the best possible interest rate and loan program. We search for the lowest rates, so you don't have to. Plus, with in-house processing and underwriting, decisions regarding your loan are handled locally from start to finish. Call us with any mortgage question and see why we're the best.