What Is The Best Loan For You?

Almost every time upon introduction as a real estate agent, the first question people ask me is:

- How is the market going

Working in real estate is challenging task, because whether one meet people on a business event, friends party, or just as casual acquaintance, people are genuinely interested in real estate market and everything involved around it, because for most of us, purchasing a house is the biggest investment we ever going to make. Between our car payments and student loans, mortgages are by far the most important expense that can break or make our budget. It comes as no surprise that the second most important question on people mind is:
- What is the best Loan for me?
I believe that part of my duty as real estate agent is to educate my client to make informed decisions and therefore provide them with initial basic informations about mortgage loans, that start with a simple distinction whether bank loans are supported or insured by Federal Government, or they are not.
The first Question i always ask my casual acquaintances is whether they have a veteran member of the family cause VA loans in that case are worth considering.
If a person decline having military family member association and therefore can not take advantage of that useful and generous Government program, people are left with option to consider conventional loans, or FHA loans.
In determining which one is better option then the other, I usually ask those two questions:
- How long you are planing to live in the house?
- How much initial investment can you afford?
In general, Conventional Loans can save good little fortune on a long run and they are suitable for people who want to settle down for a long period of time in a neighborhood of their choosing, for example raising their kids close to a prestigious school. Conventional Loans are suitable for people who have excellent credit and can also afford greater initial invesment. 
It is notable to consider the pros and cons between FHA vs VA loans before opting out for Government mortgage assistance. Both program can be valuable to new home buyers and to people who have experience difficulties in their financial lives. 

However, I strongly recommend every one of my clients and to everyone who read this page to seat with a mortgage broker prior making any financial decisions. It is imperative to understand that purchasing the right house start with chosing the right real estate professional, but it always end by choosing the right Loan. 

I hope I presented your options clearly as I could and I help you have better idea about the available banks loans.

I apreciate your visit and I sincerely thank you for your time. 

Marie