Your Financing Options
YES!!! Financing is STILL out there for both used and new homes! Excellent to Good Credit? We offer sound advice on getting the best financing for your needs. Unlike many retailers who leave you on your own to find lenders, we will connect you with the right banks to solve your financing needs. Call us today to see what we can do for you!
Our credit analysis will answer:
- What type of financing options are available
- What to expect for a down payment
- What loan value you could be approved for
- What monthly payment range to expect
There are loan options for many different credit situations. Call us today to see what we can do for you! (Most lenders do like to see scores around 670 or higher. However, depending on the loan, some will go as low as 580. Remember – the lower the score, the higher the required down payment!)
Unsure of what your credit is? We offer free credit analysis! Our credit analysis will answer these four important questions about financing a manufactured home- with absolutely NO obligation!
Please note: If you have filed bankruptcy, you need to have been discharged for at least 2 years with re-established credit to apply for a loan. If you have had a foreclosure or a short-sale, you will need to wait at least 3 years before applying for a mortgage. The most important thing to do after either of these is to reestablish your credit. Go to your local bank and start with a secured loan if you are unable to obtain other forms of credit.
After pre-approval, start gathering the following documents:
2 Months bank statement for the account that your down payment is coming from
W2’s (for each applicant for past 2 years, self-employed need 2 years complete federal tax info)
Pay Stub (dated after the application date) or Awards Letters (must receive child support or any other fixed income for at least 3 years to use for financing purposes)
If the home is going on private property, please also gather:
Copy of Property Deed
Site Bid Quotes
If the land is NOT in your name and you are doing a “Home Only” loan, you will need written permission from property owner
If the home is going into a park, you will need:
Signed Park Lease
Signed Park Incentive Form (If park offers move-in incentive!)