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.
“DIY Network” has some advice on keeping your air conditioner unit running smoothly. When even that doesn’t work anymore, keep in mind that renovation loans cover HVAC systems.
“Curb appeal” refers to the attractiveness of a property to potential buyers who are viewing it from the street. Here are some ways to increase it for your property, according to “Better Homes & Gardens.”
Looking to add more vegetation to your habitation? Here’s a list of front yard tree favorites from HGTV, along with a reminder that renovation loans can cover landscape improvements.
Value-wise, not all home improvement projects are created equal. Some relatively small projects can go a long way toward improving house value. Here’s a list from “This Old House.”
In terms of square footage (square inchage?), exterior doors are not a big part of your home. But they are the first part that people see, so let’s give them their due. “Family Handyman” provides a tutorial on how to replace one.