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Crescent Homes Preferred Lenders

Purchasing a home may be one of the largest financial decisions you will make. To make it easier and less stressful for you, Crescent Homes has two preferred lenders you may choose to work with: Ameris Bank and Regions.

Benefits of using our preferred lenders:

  • Our preferred financing programs offer competitive rates and programs
  • The most expedient and knowledgeable consultants in the industry
  • Most closing costs paid with the use of preferred lenders
  • Our preferred lenders are familiar with our sales team and closing coordinator

Wondering what your mortgage payment may be? Use the free mortgage calculator to estimate your monthly payments.

financing terminology

A mortgage whose interest rate changes over time based on index.

The total yearly cost of a mortgage expressed as a percentage. It includes interest and other finance charges such as points, origination fees and mortgage insurance.

The ratio to qualify you for a mortgage. Compares your total monthly housing expense and other debt (the amount you pay out) with your total monthly gross income (the amount you earn).

The legal document conveying title to a property.

The difference between the sales price of the home and the mortgage amount. Buyer pays with cash and does not finance with a mortgage. Earnest Money: a deposit given to the seller to show that a prospective buyer is serious about purchasing the house.

A mortgage that is insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA).

A mortgage in which the interest rate does not change during the entire term of the loan.

Insurance that protects your home and possessions from theft and damage.

A fee you pay for borrowing money.

"Principal-Interest-Taxes-Insurance", the four elements of your monthly mortgage payment.

The process of pre-determining how much money a prospective buyer might be eligible to borrow. Prequalifying for a loan does not guarantee approval.

Your loan amount, not including interest; the amount borrowed or remaining unpaid. Also, the part of the monthly payment that reduces the outstanding balance of a mortgage.

A contract between the buyer and seller that defines the terms and conditions of the home purchase.

Written evidence that proves you are the owner of your property. Underwriting: the analysis of your overall credit and property value and the determination of a mortgage rate and term.

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