Conventional Loans

Get the home you want, from a lender you can trust.

A Conventional Loan from NASB can help you get your dream home

Not many things are more exciting in life than buying a home. Having a place you and your family you can call your own.

A conventional loan from NASB can be your first step to home ownership. Your payments stay the same month to month, whether interest rates climb or housing prices fall. Lock in a conventional loan rate over the appropriate repayment term. Find out from one of our loan experts if you meet conventional loan requirements.


Advantages of a Conventional Loan

Buyers with good credit and funds for a down payment can take advantage of the options offered by a conventional loan.  Those include:

  • Varying loan terms to accommodate your financial situation.
  • If seeking a shorter-term loan, the buyer can secure an adjustable-rate loan with a lower interest rate.
  • With a qualifying down-payment, the buyer can avoid an upfront mortgage insurance fee.
  • Can avoid monthly mortgage insurance fee with a downpayment of 20 percent or more.


See if you qualify for a conventional loan today!

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To receive a personalized conventional loan rate quote or get pre-qualified, fill out the form and a loan officer will be in contact with you.

You can also call us at 855-465-0753 to speak with a loan officer.

If you would prefer to schedule an appointment to talk, click here.

North American Savings Bank can easily let you know if you qualify for a Conventional mortgage.  NASB understands the home loan process, and our loan officers are ready to talk to you about your Conventional Loan lending options.

Contact us today to begin the process. We are committed to providing you a professional home loan lending experience. Click here to see mortgage interest rates

Conventional Loan Document Requirements:

  • Clear copy of your Driver’s License, Passport or State ID Card
  • Pay stubs covering most recent 30 day pay period
  • Complete bank statements for the past 2 months – all pages
  • All W-2’s for last two years
  • Purchase agreement, all pages and amendments (fully executed)
  • Copy of cleared earnest deposit check, both front and back, or a copy of your bank statement showing that the check has cleared – When available
  • Contact Information of Title Company handling settlement, if not in contract
  • Contact Information of Homeowner’s Insurance Agent/Company using, when available
  • Complete all e-signatures on loan application documents online for all borrowers and submit
  • Print, date, and sign in ink the required printed pages from the loan application documents online
  • Information on how much of a down payment you intend to use

First-Time Home Buyer? We want to talk to you!

We get it. The home loan process can be a daunting task.  But don't fear! As an experienced lender, we have a team of experts who are excited to talk to you about your first home purchase.  We strive to provide home buyers with a clear step-by-step process designed to provide the best conventional loan buying experience possible. Learn more about our commitment to first time home buyers.

North American Savings Bank will help guide you through the financial responsibilities of closing costs, what to expect from monthly payments, down payment information and other various financial situations unique to home ownership.  It is recommended to get lender pre-approval for your conventional mortgage loan before you contact a realtor. And download our free eBook for more help for first time home buyers.

Refinance Information

We can help you refinance your conventional loan. If interest rates are favorable to you, then it may be possible to lower your monthly payment or reduce the life of the loan.  If you're interested in tapping into the equity of your home, then a cash-out refinance may be a good fit for you. 

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Everyone I dealt with was a top notch professional.  It makes me even prouder having served my country, knowing I got this type of excellent treatment.  Thank you NASB and everyone involved.  Someday I would like to meet each and everyone involved in this transaction, you people are what America is made of, thank you again for the smooth transaction.

- John from Indiana


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My loan officer was always available to me, even when I would leave a message he would get back to me promptly. While working with NASB, I felt like he was working for me and not just his company. His team was very helpful in gathering information to complete my loan.

- Tracey from Oregon


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NASB and its staff are awesome. They actually have their act together and can help you navigate through the entire process with ease. This is my 3rd loan through them. I would highly recommend.

- Dale from Maryland

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Mortgage Terms to Know

Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac – Are government-sponsored enterprises that were designed to promote the flow of capital into the housing market by establishing an active secondary market. 

Private Mortgage Insurance - When obtaining a mortgage with a down payment of less than 20 percent, lenders typically require borrowers to pay PMI to insure against the risk of default.  A borrower can request that their PMI be dropped if they feel that they have reached at least 80% loan-to-value.

Credit Score - Also known as a FICO score, is a numerical score based on an individual's credit history and debt utilization. The higher the credit score, the better. 

Loan Limit - These are standardized limit price and is determined and evaluated by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac every year.  Some areas the have been designate  as "high-cost" neighborhoods  have higher loan  limits

Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM) - A loan with an adjustable rate of interest that amortizes over a specific number of years. 

Fixed Rate Mortgage - A loan with a fixed rate of interest and a fully amortizing term over a specified number of years. On average, the shorter the loan terms will offer lower interest rates. 

Down Payment - The initial, or up-front, payment portion of the loan amount due, it's usually articulated as a percentage when working with mortgage. Example: If a house costs $100,000, and then a 20% down payment would be $20,000.

Debt-to-Income Ratio - Dividing a borrower's monthly payment obligations by his/her gross monthly income

Other Loan Types

FHA Loans - The Federal Housing Administration provides government sponsors a mortgage program called FHA loans. These types of loans are best suited for customers with a less than perfect credit score. 

VA Loans - Home loans for eligible veterans and active-duty personnel.  These government-backed loans offer lower mortgage rates on interest and do not require mortgage insurance. 

Jumbo Loans - Jumbo loans are loans that exceed the standard conforming limits, but still fall within some expanded limits established for designated high-cost counties. 

Non-Conforming Loans - A loan that does not meet the guidelines of government-sponsored enterprises (such as Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac) because of loan limit, credit history or debt-to-income ratio.