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Term Rate APR Payment
30 Yr Fxd 3.99% 4.253%
15 Yr Fxd 3.5% 3.941%
5 Yr ARM 3.75% 4.578%
*=This is only an estimate, provided for illustrative purposes only. Actual rates and payments may vary. It does not constitute a quote.

Today's Rates*

TermRateAPR
30 Yr Fxd3.99%4.253%
15 Yr Fxd3.5%3.941%
5 Yr ARM3.75%4.578%
*=This is only an estimate, provided for illustrative purposes only. Actual rates and payments may vary. It does not constitute a quote.

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1%Percent Down Program


Access Financial Mortgage Corporation Now Offers Conventional 1% Down Program for Homebuyers New program offers borrowers better savings, more favorable payments than FHA product Access Financial Mortgage Corporation has announced a new program enabling consumers to purchase homes with as little as 1% down, making it one of the first independent mortgage companies in the country to offer a conventional 1% down program homebuyers. Access Financial Mortgage Corporation will provide eligible homebuyers with a 2% lender-paid down payment that gives consumers a 3% equity boost at closing.
“The 1% down program we’re making available to clients is a new alternative to the 3% down programs that already exist,” said Kacey Ximines, Loan Office of Access Financial Mortgage Corporation “It’s a conventional loan designed for borrowers with strong FICO scores who want to save money on their down payment and maximize their monthly discretionary income.” Access Financial Mortgage Corporation produced a video to highlight the program. 
This Conventional 1% down program is available to homebuyers with a minimum FICO score of 700 and a maximum debt-to-income ratio of 43%. Access Financial Mortgage Corporation is one of the first independent mortgage companies in the U.S. to offer a 1% down-payment option in the form of a conventional loan, as opposed to a government-backed mortgage. To learn more about the conventional 1% down program, visit www.affordableloanstoday.com or call Kacey directly at 443-7420-0946

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Today's Rates*

TermRateAPR
30 Yr Fxd3.99%4.253%
15 Yr Fxd3.5%3.941%
5 Yr ARM3.75%4.578%
*=This is only an estimate, provided for illustrative purposes only. Actual rates and payments may vary. It does not constitute a quote.

Deciding which loan is right, can be a difficult decision. We're here to help. Click for more