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sk28, Home Buyer in Boston, MA

Jumbo loan without 20% down. Is it possible in today's market?

Asked by sk28, Boston, MA Fri Oct 12, 2012

My wife and I are looking to buy our first house. We have great scores and income ratios (front and back ended) to pay for jumbo loan. However, we were told that we need to put 20% down in order to qualify for jumbo loan. We are looking at houses that are north of county FHA loans. Is it possible for us to get a mortgage that will get us a mortgage for a 5-7% down? Thanks

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In my experience I have had clients get a jumbo loan with as little as 5-10% and a score in the mid to upper 600s. If you would like a referral I would love to get you to a lender I work with you can email me or go to our website.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sun Sep 1, 2013
We have jumbo loans up to 95% financing - for loan amounts up to 850,000. 90% to up over 1 mil. Please contact us to discuss your situation in detail.

Five Stars Mortgage
National Home Loan Resource
7 days week - 9am-8pm
Ph: 800-871-2636
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jan 20, 2016
UPDATE Spring 2016- Five Stars is now offering 1st and 2nd mortgage combo loans up to $1,000,000 - 95% financing. No monthly PMI
Flag Tue Mar 8, 2016
We have 95% jumbo financing available up to $850k loan amount or just under $900k purchase price.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon May 11, 2015
There are definitely options with 10% down. Single loan options as well as 80-10-10 options (which is an 80% first mortgage and 10% second and 10% down payment). Both of these options would be with no mortgage insurance. You would need a credit score above 700.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jan 30, 2013
My mortgage contact has a jumbo loan up to 2.2m without 20% down for qualified buyers so they do exist. Shop around!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Oct 30, 2012
If the national lenders don't have the program, a local bank with an experienced lending staff might.
Local lenders may have the best options.
I'd look for the most experienced local lender - local meaning a local bank rather than a national bank with a local branch.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Oct 29, 2012
5% is way too low with a 10% down payment there is a greater chance.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Oct 15, 2012
10% down with NO mortgage insurance ! We have the product.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Oct 12, 2012
5% down is tough. 10 % is very possible.

Rshapiro at assetmortgage dot net
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