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Eaglecreek Mortgage, LLC provides Residential Home Loan Financing to fit almost any borrower situation. We are trained and experienced in Conventional, FHA, VA and USDA programs and work with the leading lenders in the industry to offer various programs to our customers.
 
Purchase Loans
Refinance Loans
Cash-Out Refinance Loans
Debt-Consolidation Refinance Loans
First-Time Homebuyer Programs
Self-Employed or Commissioned Borrower Programs
203K Rehabilitation Loans
Investment Property Loans
Low Credit or Recent Bankruptcy Programs
Jumbo Loans

Purchase Loans
Acquire a mortgage loan to purchase a new home.

Refinance Loans
Refinance your current mortgage loan to lower the interest rate or change the term of your current mortgage loan.

Cash-Out Refinance Loans
A refinance transaction where the new mortgage amount is for more than you owe on your existing mortgage using the equity in your home. Receive the excess in cash after closing.

Debt-Consolidation Refinance Loans
A debt consolidation refinance is the process of rolling all your debt into your mortgage loan. If you have other bills, such as credit card debts or car loans, that carry a higher interest rate than your mortgage, you may want to consider a debt consolidation loan. This allows you to refinance your existing mortgage and high-interest debt into one loan with one monthly payment.

First-Time Homebuyer Programs
Special programs are available for First-Time Homebuyers.

Self-Employed or Commissioned Borrower Programs
Different guidelines exist for Self-Employed and Commissioned Borrowers. We have programs that are geared toward the income circumstances of these borrowers.

203K Rehabilitation Loans
The purpose of a 203k mortgage is to provide the three portions of financing required for a fixer-upper in one step: initial financing, funds for repairs and a long-term mortgage. The borrower only has to secure one loan to do all three as opposed to three separate loans. This can save a tremendous degree of hassle and eliminate the chance a borrower will have difficulty securing a long-term mortgage once the rehabilitation is complete.

Investment Property Loans
An investment property is a property that has been purchased with the intention of earning a return on the investment, either through rental income, the future resale of the property or both. An investment property can be a long-term endeavor or an intended short-term investment such as in the case of flipping, where real estate is bought, remodeled or renovated, and sold at a profit.

Low Credit or Recent Bankruptcy Programs
Programs that are written with the intention of helping the borrower with low credit scores or a recent bankruptcy purchase a home.

Jumbo Loans
A mortgage loan with a loan amount over $417,000 is considered a Jumbo Loan.