Instead of buying a prebuilt home, some clients decide to build their own home. When you, (or your builder), are building a home from the ground up, it could be months or even years before you need your mortgage financing. Depending on market conditions, it could be advisable to get a “builder’s rate hold” mortgage. This is allows you to hold a, “worst case scenario” rate for the completion date of your new home.
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When would I need a Builder’s Rate Hold Mortgage?
You would need a builder’s rate hold when the…
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