Jumbo and Super Jumbo Mortgage Services for Luxury Real Estate
Rates for Jumbo and Super Jumbo Mortgages are as low as 2.0%.
We offer a wide array of super jumbo mortgage products and luxury home financing options, including adjustable rate super jumbo mortgages (ARMs), fixed rate super jumbo mortgages, interest-only super jumbo loans, super jumbo construction loans, and many others. We think and work out side the box to help the jumbo and super jumbo client meet there financial needs.
In order to meet the needs of our sophisticated luxury real estate clientele and business partners, we provide numerous unique high-end super jumbo loan programs. The following is a sampling of our offerings:
- Jumbo and super jumbo Construction loans
- Jumbo and super jumbo Hard Money Loans
- Jumbo and super jumbo Stated income loans
- Jumbo and super jumbo purchase and refinance loans
- Portfolio lending
- Up to 100% financing via dual collateral or cross collateral programs
- Lending to corporations and variety of trusts including blind trusts
- Relationship-Based pricing on luxury home loans
- No maximum loan amounts and no cash-out limits
- Construction lending (land, construction-to-permanent)
- Super jumbo loans for co-ops
- Super jumbo lending in all 50 states
- Super jumbo loans for foreign nationals (case by case basis)
Fixed Term ARMs – Adjustable Rate Mortgages that have an initial fixed period of 3, 5, 7 or 10 years. During this period the rate and payment do not change. After the initial fixed period the interest rate and payment can change depending on the index that the adjustments are tied to along with a set margin. Following are the two most popular indexes used to determine the new rate of interest after the fixed term:
- LIBOR Index: LIBOR stands for “London Interbank Offered Rate”, which is the interest rate offered by many London Banks for dollar deposits. These deposits (and the indexes) are for 1, 3, 6 or 12 month durations. Generally, if your initial rate is fixed for more than 6 months (for example, 3, 5, or 7 years), the rate will then adjust after this fixed period either every subsequent 6 months or 12 months.
- Treasury Index: An index based on the auctions of U.S. Treasury bills, or on the U.S. Treasury’s daily yield curve. It is commonly used in determining mortgage rates for mortgages with an unfixed component and as a performance benchmark for investors in the capital markets as it represents a rate of return that investors would be able to get from almost any bank, with minimal effort. Treasury indexes are proprietary. The calculations of treasury indexes and their components vary by the financial institution calculating the index.
Pledged Asset Mortgages – Under these programs you pledge liquid investments in lieu of a down payment or equity. This means you can finance 100% of your home purchase without liquidating a single account. This also allows you to avoid capital gains from liquidating assets, maximize your mortgage interest deduction and avoid mortgage insurance.