Making improvements on a property is a great way to increase its value, make it a more enjoyable place to live, and potentially save money on energy bills. Whether you’re considering buying a home that needs significant help, or you’re dreaming of new windows, an updated kitchen, or a new addition for your own home, it’s exciting to imagine all the possibilities. And paying for them may be easier than you think, thanks to the FHA 203(K) and Fannie Mae HomeStyle loans.
Before you start planning, download our free guides, where you can compare different loans, learn how much you can borrow, and see what kind of repairs are covered.
The Ultimate Guide to Home Improvement Loans (PDF - 5.6MB)
The 203(K) Survival Guide (PDF - 1.9MB)
HomeStyle® Renovation Mortgage Buyers Guide (PDF - 2.47MB)
Making your home more energy-efficient is a smart investment, since it can save you thousands of dollars in heating and cooling costs over the years. And when you finance certain energy-efficient projects through us, you can save an extra $1,000 right away. With the Amerifirst PowerSaver program, we’ll give you a $1,000 credit toward your closing costs for qualifying home improvements, such as new insulation, EnergyStar® heating and cooling systems, and renewable energy systems, when you roll at least $3,500 of qualifying improvements into your FHA 203(K) loan.
Learn more about this money-saving program and the type of repairs that qualify for the $1,000 credit in our free guide:
The Amerifirst PowerSaver Guide (PDF - 4.52MB)
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