- No processing or underwriting fees
- Up to $500 credit towards closing1 for Farm Bureau Members
Anyone whose home has been destroyed or severely damaged in a Presidentially declared disaster area is eligible to apply for this program.
FHA loans require the payment of mortgage insurance. There are two parts of FHA's mortgage insurance: a one-time upfront mortgage insurance premium [UFMIP] paid at closing, and annual mortgage insurance premiums [MIP]. The UFMIP is 1.75% of the purchase price of the home, and can sometimes be rolled into the total loan amount. The MIP is typically between 0.15% and 0.75% of the loan amount and is broken up among your monthly mortgage payments.
If an FHA borrower chooses to refinance into a conventional mortgage later, they may be eligible to eliminate the monthly mortgage insurance requirement.
1 This offer must be mentioned at time of application, which extends a credit of up to $500 applied at the time of closing. Offer excludes the “One-Time Construction” loan product. Borrower is responsible for closing costs incurred if the loan does not close and/or is not funded by Farm Bureau Mortgage, LLC. A borrower may not use this offer to obtain a refund for closing costs in the event that a loan fails to close or fund. This offer cannot be used with any other discount or promotion. This offer applies to mortgage applications and is subject to change without notice.
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