Conventional Loan Program Q&A
Conventional Loan Program St. Louis, MO – January 17th, 2023 –[...]
St. Louis, Missouri – October 1st, 2021 – Gershman Mortgage, a leader in the mortgage industry, has recently announced a new Bridge Loan program for borrowers. The Bridge Loan program is designed to help borrowers get their offer accepted in a seller’s market by offering a clean offer, or an offer with few contingencies.
Many borrowers who want to buy a new home assume they need to sell their current home to buy a new home — something that has countless complications and requires lots of coordination. The Bridge Loan program allows the borrower to use the equity in their current home to use towards buying a new home without having to sell their current home first. This helps homeowners avoid the potential delay of selling before buying!
The Bridge Loan program gives access to competitive rates and dedicated support from Gershman Mortgage, a well-established industry leader, with the exclusive option to get up to eleven months fixed-rate financing with monthly interest-only and balloon payment to cover the down payment on a new home at the time of sale.
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Do you think the Bridge Loan program is a good fit for you? Contact a Gershman Mortgage Loan Officer today!
This is for informational purposes only and not an offer to lend or extend credit. Subject to credit and income approval. Terms and conditions are subject to prior notice.
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