You don't want to end up not knowing enough about the house to make an informed decision.
Here's a list of the Homepath Renovation lenders.
Amerifirst Home Mortgage
Colonial National Mortgage, a Division of Colonial Savings, F.A.
Rebuild the Dream, First Guaranty Mortgage Corporation
First Place Bank
Horizon Bank N.A.
Platinum Home Mortgage Corp.
PrimeLending, A Plains Capital Company <----- My company
Towne Mortgage Company
I'd be happy to sit down with you or have a phone conversation with you. I'm also a published writer on the topic so I can assure you a smooth transaction.
Additionally, I have many posts about renovation loans, simply look at my profile and click on "Q&A" and browse through them.
My contact info is on my website and my profile.
I know a few lenders that can help you with this. I also specialize In your particular area. Please call me at 773-349-2272. You can also visit my website at http://www.myownhome.info
Also, you should get a good buyers agent. This way you have someone to walk you through the buying process, at no cost to you. Interview two or three agents, and go with the one you mesh best with.
Americorp Real Estate
Managing Broker/Partner, e-PRO
We do many of the Fannie Mae Homepath loans. We also do the 203K rehab loans.
I would love to go over your options on this property with you.
Feel free to visit my websites or call/email me anytime...
Senior Loan Originator
Bill J Deligiannis
First Centennial Mortgage.