A Simplified Approach to Construction Financing

Working as a team with you and your builder, we will assess your plans, timetables and all costs associated with your new home to find the financing option that’s right for you.

Then in contrast to most other banks, if approved, we will offer you the certainty and convenience that you require through THE POWER OF ONE. That means ONE LOAN for the construction phase and permanent phase of your mortgage, and ONE CLOSING that takes place at the beginning of the process.

With THE POWER OF ONE, you don’t have to be reassessed and re-stressed once your loan is approved because everything is spelled out upfront. You will make interest only payments during the construction phase and principal and interest payments during the permanent phase of the loan. Lastly, you work with an experienced partner who has a vested interest in the timely delivery of your new home.



   


 

  

Construction Financing Benefits:


  
 

One closing at the beginning of construction

    
   

Interest-only payments during the construction phase


   

Bank handles payments to builder

   
    

Locally-based mortgage team


    

   


   
   

Tools and resources:

   
  
  

How much home can I afford?

Make an informed home lending decision, determine how much home you can afford before you buy.

Fixed rate mortgage calculator

Estimate your monthly principal and interest payment for fixed rate home loans.

How much mortgage might I qualify for?

Find out what mortgage you might qualify for before you apply.

   
   
   

Articles and insights:

   
  
  
Making the decision to build
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Making the decision to build

Here are 7 factors to think about to help you make the right choice for your family.

Understanding the building process
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Understanding the building process

Here’s a basic walk through of the steps needed to design and build a custom home.

Choosing a contractor
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Choosing a contractor

Here are 6 steps to help you select the right contractor for your project.