Providing home loan mortgage financing in Lake, Geauga, Mahoning, Columbiana, Erie, Sandusky, Seneca, Wyandot, Putnam, Hancock, Ottowa, Fulton, Williams, Henry, Defiance, and many more Ohio counties.
Providing financing in Lucas, Cuyahoga, Lorain, Medina, Wood, Summit, Montgomery, Licking, Deleware, Warren, Hamilton, Butler, Franklin, Fairfield, Stark, Wayne, Knox and many other Ohio counties.
Providing home mortgages in Findlay, North Ridgeville, Highland Hills, Beachwood, Moreland Hills, Ashtabula, Rock Creek, Delaware, Franklin, Brunswick, Geauga, Grafton, Lorain, Green, Bath, Sandusky, Port Clinton, Huron and many other Ohio communities.
 
Providing mortgage financing in Cleveland, Cincinnati, Toledo, Bowling Green, Columbus, Akron, Canton, Avon, Strongsville, Avon Lake, Solon, Dayton, Medina, Wooster, Youngstown, Alliance, Mentor, Elyria and many other Ohio cities.

Google
 

Flex Pay Option Loans

Of the many loan programs available the most unique is what is called the Flex Pay Option Loan. The loan has flexible payment options with start rates as low as 1%.

With these programs you can always pay at a 30 year rate if you want. The program gives you the most flexibility. If you need cash flow one month then it's there. The next month you can always pay towards principle if you want.

Flex Pay Option loans can negatively amortize. In other words, the principal amount (initial loan amount) may increase over time.

These loans are not only good for self employed but also for new professionals who have entered into high paying fields that will see a significant increase in income over the next five years. This give them the ability to buy a higher end home with the lower payment and then paying into principal as their income increases.

There are several advantages of a Pay Option loan but one of the biggest is cash flow control. In high cost of living areas such as California and the northeast, cash flow is a problem for many homeowners. The cash flow releif from a Pay Option loan can often allow homeowners to avoid other high interest debt like credit cards.

With many option ARM programs your minimum payment will increase 7.5% per year until the loan is recast.

Flex Pay Option Loans are available for purchases or refinance, primary residences or income properties as well as multifamily 5 plus unit apartments.

The different pay options vary from an interest only payment to a 40 year amortized payment and everything in between.

These loans work great for investors because they have flexibility each month with their payment.

These loans are also great for people who have variable income such as people who are self-employed, or people who earn a commission.

There are several different indices that your payment rate is based upon. The Libor, COFI, and the MTA index. That payment also has a margin that will depend on several things such as if it is a cash-out refinance, owner occupied or investment property among other things. The index and margin are added together for your monthly rate.

People use these types of loans for different reasons. For investors - if the home is in a hot area where appreciation is high the investor can cash flow because of the lower payments associated with this typ of loan and still build equity on the appreciation each year.

Flex Pay Option loans are also called commonly Option ARMs. There are many types of Flex Pay-Option ARM programs out there and all suit different types of needs and preferences. The person looking into a Flex Pay Option ARM should be fully aware of all the features of the product so it can be used wisely without problems. Too many people take on these products without fully understanding their benefits and features. The home owner that considers these types of loans should always be willing to take advantage of the minimum payment feature that reduces the requirement of monthly mortgage payment obligation. One who likes only the interest-only, 30yr and 15yr full payment options, but not the minimum payment are usually not the best candidates for the product. They would be better suited for a fixed period ARM or fixed rate mortgage.


Contact

If you have any questions regarding our products, you can contact us by calling or e-mailing us and we'll get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks!

Name:

Address:

City, State, Zip Code:

Phone:

E-Mail:

Please confirm your e-Mail:

How did you find our website?


Comments/Questions:







Map and Directions


Information listed above is to be used for educational purposes only and is not guaranteed

Home | Sitemap | Contact Us | Links | Services | News | About Us | Ohio | Florida | Refinance | Purchases | Blog | Fixed Rates | Down Payment | CreditPrivacy Policy


 
image

Loan Officer | NINA Loan | Adjustable Rate Mortgage | Should i refinance into a Pay Option ARM | Consolidating Debt - Refinance or 2nd Mortgage | What happens if i cannot make my mortgage payment | Why should I refinance | Five Ways To Pay off Your Mortgage Faster | Paying off Holiday Bills | Why Would I Want a Stated Income Loan | Foreclosure Bailout Mortgage | Conforming Loans