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Solutions to your home buying questions

Buying a home can be complicated. These resources can answer your questions and make it easier to find your dream home.

Helpful resources to jump start your search:

eBook: So You Are Thinking of Buying Your First Home

Our free eBook will help guide you through the home buying process from start to finish.

Download here 

 

Videos: First-Time Home Buyer Basics 

This NASB Now video series explores what you need to know as a first-time home buyer.

View here

Calculator: Which loan is better? 

This calculator matches the right mortgage loan to your situation.

View here

 

Home Loans

Learn about the different types from FHA to Non-conforming.

View here

FLEX Program

Our FLEX Program helps good borrowers get into the home of their dreams.

View here

 

Good Neighbor Programs

These provide special financing opportunities to eligible participants for homes located in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area.

View here

 

Ready to make a move? Start with these products:

  • Varying loan terms to accommodate your financial situation.
  • Avoid mortgage insurance fees with qualifying down-payment.
  • An adjustable-rate loan with lower rates is available for shorter terms.
  • Credit requirements not as stringent as conventional loans.
  • FHA loans require only a 3.5% down payment.
  • Still possible to qualify with a higher debt-to-income ratio.
  • Higher loan limits.
  • May qualify for a home loan despite credit issue.
  • More flexible underwriting guidelines.
  • Best option for loan exceeding the conforming limit.
  • Can get with as little as 5% down.
  • Choose from a variety of loan programs.
Fallon T.
I love my bank. Been with them for years. And to get my first home through my bank makes me love them more. Great service.
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