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Mortgage Investors Group

If you’re searching for a mortgage lender, Mortgage Investors Group has you covered. We take pride in getting our customers into the homes of their dreams.

MIG enjoys a reputation for delivering unparalleled service to first-time homebuyers. Our experienced mortgage experts take pride in providing personalized service aimed at helping borrowers find the best solution for their home financing needs when they need it.

In addition to offering competitive rates and a diversified line of residential mortgage products, including government and conventional loans, MIG houses on-site underwriting, processing and appraisal services, and employs state-of-the-art technology to ensure a swift and professional lending experience.

  • FHA Loan

    FHA Loan

    • Low Down Payment Options
    • Flexible Credit Allowed
    • Seller Paid Closing Costs
     
  • USDA Loan

    USDA Loan

    • 100 Percent Financing Available
    • Credit Scores as Low as 620
    • Family Member Gifts Allowed
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  • THDA Loan

    THDA Loan

    • Down Payment Assistance Available
    • 30-Year Fixed-rate Mortgage
    • MIG is the #1 THDA Lender, 12 Successive Years
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Home Loans

Mortgage Lenders

Buying a home can be an exciting, yet daunting process. If you plan on taking out a loan, it’s important to understand what type of home loan you will need to pay for your new home. FHA home loans are government-insured loans, which means they are backed by the U.S. federal government. Conventional home loans are not. Choosing which type of loan is best for you, depends on your individual goals and needs. Mortgage Investors Group can help find out if you qualify for a loan today!

Home Loans

Purchasing a Home

Purchasing a Home

Prospective homebuyers, especially first-time homebuyers, may feel overwhelmed by all the documents that need to be gathered for a lender. If you are going to purchase a home with a mortgage or refinance your current mortgage, you will be required to sign disclosures and fill out an application to begin the process. Mortgage Investors Group can work with you and the lender to make the process as pain-free as possible.

The applicant is required to submit various documents to the lender. Information, such as credit history, employment information, and recent bank statements, needs to be collected. With these documents, the lender will be able to properly assess how much you can afford to borrow.

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Getting a Home Loan

Pre-qualification

Whether you’re looking to purchase or refinance a home, we’ll find a program specific to your needs. Offering extensive experience, first-class customer service and an ambitious originating team, we have a proven track record that allows us to rise above the competition. Learn More

Prequalification

Mortgage Professionals

We’re here to help you!

At Mortgage Investors Group, we honor the trust of each customer by providing the best financial solution that mortgage lending offers. We value our family of employees and stand behind their work. We will ALWAYS do what is right.

Home Loan Programs

One of the most important financial decisions you will ever make is purchasing a home. That’s why we are committed to making your home-buying experience a pleasurable one. Mortgage Investors Group understands there are a lot of choices when it comes to financing the purchase of a new home or refinancing an existing one. Our licensed and experienced loan officers are here to help you gain a better understanding of those options and answer your questions about the loan process, qualifying and the different features of each loan program. We offer everything from conventional mortgages to government loans. We invite you to read about each type of program and then contact MIG’s trusted advisers so they can guide you through the program that’s best for you and your family.

Home Loan Programs

Our Loan Programs

We have loan programs to accommodate every situation
FHA Loans

FHA Loans

The FHA loan program is one of the most popular mortgage programs in the United States. The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) does not lend money, but insures...

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FHA Jumbo Loans

FHA Jumbo Loans

FHA loans are popular among low- and middle-income borrowers, but many are surprised to learn the FHA also insures large loans...

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FHA Streamline Refinance

FHA Streamline Refinance

If you have an FHA mortgage, the FHA Streamline Refinance program is the fastest and easiest way to refinance your loan. Unlike most refinance loans...

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VA Loan

VA Loan

VA loans through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs are available to qualified veterans and military members. The VA does not make loans, but insures loans made by lenders to veterans...

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Reverse Mortgages

Reverse Mortgages

A reverse mortgage is a unique type of loan that is available to homeowners who are at least 62 years old. A reverse mortgage allows homeowners to access their equity and turn it into cash...

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Reverse Purchase Mortgages

Reverse Purchase Mortgages

Many seniors use reverse mortgages to access the equity in their home, but recent legislation by the FHA now allows seniors to use this loan option for a home they do not yet own...

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HomePath Mortgage Loans

HomePath Mortgage Loans

This program offers many benefits to homebuyers, including a minimum down payment of 5 percent and no mortgage insurance...

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HARP Mortgages

HARP Mortgages

The Home Affordable Refinance Program, or HARP, is a federal program to assist homeowners with refinancing their home loan to a lower interest rate...

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USDA Home Loans

USDA Home Loans

You may be eligible for a no down payment loan through the USDA home loan program if you meet income guidelines and buy in a designated rural area.

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Conventional Loans

Conventional Loans

When you apply for a home loan, you have the option of choosing between a government-backed mortgage, like an FHA loan or a conventional mortgage...

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Jumbo Loans

Jumbo Loans

The limit in most U.S. counties is $417,000 for a single-family home, but many high-cost areas have a conforming loan limit of $625,500.

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Fixed Rate Mortgages

Fixed-rate Mortgages

There are many types of home loans, although fixed-rate loans remain the most popular option for homebuyers. Most fixed loans have a 15-year or 30-year term...

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ARMS

ARMS

An adjustable-rate mortgage is also called an ARM; it is a popular type of mortgage with an introductory interest rate that will last for a specific period of time before resetting...

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Refinancing

Refinancing

When you refinance a loan, you pay off your existing home loan and replace it with a new one, or combine a first and second mortgage into a single new loan...

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Construction Loans

Construction Loans

Are you planning to build your own home? You have probably already realized that this option does have challenges, especially when it comes to getting financing...

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First Time Buyer Programs

First-time Buyer Programs

First-time homebuyers, in particular, find it challenging to come up with their down payment and closing costs. This does not mean homeownership is unattainable...

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Down Payment Assistance Loans

Down Payment Assistance Loans

For many borrowers, particularly first-time buyers, the down payment and cash for closing costs is the greatest obstacle to buying a home...

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Assumable Loans

Assumable Loans

An assumable mortgage is one that a buyer can take over, or assume, from the seller. This is typically an involved process and it is not necessarily possible...

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