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A family enjoys their new home, courtesy of a SESLOC FHA Home Loan.

FHA Loans

FHA Home Loans

A family enjoys their new home, courtesy of a SESLOC FHA Home Loan.

FHA Home Loans

Affordable options for homeowners.

Federal Housing Administration (FHA) loans offer considerable advantages to qualified homebuyers. These loans can be a great option for first-time buyers and individuals with little savings, as they require lower costs and lower down payments than traditional mortgages.

FHA Loans are insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), and typically require lower down payments than traditional loans. FHA loans are open to anyone who meets FHA credit qualifications, which are more flexible than those for conventional loans. FHA loans must be for the purchase of a primary residence.

Benefits & Features

  • 15 and 30-year fixed rate terms1
  • Financing up to 96.5% loan to value²
  • Down payment and closing costs can come from family or a grant from a state or local government down payment assistance program
  • Non-occupying co-borrower can be used to help you qualify for the loan, if they are an eligible family member
  • Pre-qualification with no obligation. Simply complete the “Need more info?” form below to see if a SESLOC FHA loan is right for you.


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