FHA 203k Renovation mortgages and Fannie Mae Homestyle are our primary focus. Whether it is for purchasing a home that needs rehab work in NJ, PA, MA, CT, VA, MD or DE or a current homeowner who is looking to renovate their primary residence in NJ, PA, MA, CT, VA, MD or FL or any of the other states we are licensed in we are a FHA 203k and Homestyle lender, here to help you. AnnieMac Renovation Lending is helping to rebuild communities and creating opportunities using the FHA 203k Rehab mortgage and the Fannie Mae Homestyle mortgage. Right now there are millions of homes sitting on the market that with a little TLC would be everyone’s dream home – it’s just a matter of learning how to make those dreams a possibility.
At AnnieMac Renovation Lending we not only originate FHA 203k and Homestyle mortgages – we educate consumers, Realtors and contractors on how to use the FHA 203k and Homestyle mortgage correctly. We take the time to truly give everyone the knowledge of how to take a fixer upper and turn it into the American Dream. Our experience and dedication to giving the best possible customer service is what truly separates us from the rest. Some companies talk about their experiences – we show you ours.
A few turbulent years ago, a homeowner in need of a renovation was like a high school kid pining for a prom date. Yeah, you could get a kitchen renovation or a finished basement — if you could get a contractor to pick up the phone. Of course you’d be told what your job […]
From: Bob Vila By: Joe Provey Want more livable space in your home? Don’t want to spend a king’s ransom? Attic conversion has fit the bill for countless homeowners over the years. Unlike many basements, attics are dry, and being free of major appliances (e.g., the furnace), they are also quiet. You can devote the […]
From: Time.com By: Josh Garskof The roof is arguably the most important component of your house. After all, it keeps water out of the building. And while nobody likes having to pay to replace a roof, the critical and aesthetic function it serves should help ease the pain of spending $8,000 to $20,000 on […]
From: This Old House By: Richard Trethewey Q: I recently purchased a 1,146-square-foot home with a seven-year-old gas furnace rated at 80 percent efficiency. The rise in gas heating costs has me wondering if I should upgrade the furnace, or maybe even convert to a different type of fuel. Can you help me decide? —Susan […]
From: Young House Love By: Sherry Petersik We’ve shared this glorious back porch on Instagram twice (during the holidays, seen below, and last summer, seen here), which belongs to our good friends Carey & Jordan. And based on the reaction to just this view alone from you guys, we figured we should do a […]