Choosing a mortgage loan to purchase your next home can be an exciting and challenging task. Our Home Lending Officers are here to help. They’ll guide you through the benefits of fixed rate and adjustable rate mortgage options and ensure that you journey toward homeownership with confidence and ease.

Learn more about the benefits of each mortgage loan from our simple comparison table.

 
Remains the same for life of loan. Often higher than an adjustable rate mortgage.

Remains the same for life of loan. Often higher than an adjustable rate mortgage.

Remains the same for a time, then may fluctuate based on benchmark economic index. Often lower than a fixed rate mortgage.

Remains the same for a time, then may fluctuate based on benchmark economic index. Often lower than a fixed rate mortgage.

Total monthly principal and interest typically remain the same for life of loan. Traditionally holds 15-, 20- and 30-year amortization terms.

Total monthly principal and interest typically remain the same for life of loan. Traditionally holds 15-, 20- and 30-year amortization terms.

Total monthly principal and interest may change based on interest rate changes.

Total monthly principal and interest may change based on interest rate changes.

Ideal for buyer who plans to own their home for a long time, i.e., not planning to sell or refinance within the next 10 years.

Ideal for buyer who plans to own their home for a long time, i.e., not planning to sell or refinance within the next 10 years.

Ideal for buyer whose housing needs may change in 10 years or less, i.e., may not be planning to keep property beyond the initial fixed rate period.

Ideal for buyer whose housing needs may change in 10 years or less, i.e., may not be planning to keep property beyond the initial fixed rate period.

Meets all eligibility requirements set by federal agencies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Maximum loan amount can vary by location.

Loan amount larger than conforming loan limits set by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Loan limits in high-cost areas can vary by location.

Meets all eligibility requirements set by federal agencies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Maximum loan amount can vary by location.

Loan amount larger than conforming loan limits set by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Loan limits in high-cost areas can vary by location.

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