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NY First Time Home Buyers - Let Maple Tree Funding Help!

Maple Tree Funding’s licensed mortgage brokers make the process of buying a home easier & less stressful for first time homebuyers!

First Time Homebuyers in Their New HomeThe homebuying process can seem overwhelming, especially for first time homebuyers. From determining how much you can afford to spend, understanding the mortgage process and getting prequalified to deciding exactly what you’re looking for in a house and finding the perfect house to call home, there are many steps to purchasing your first home. If you’re a first time homebuyer feeling like you have lots of questions need a little bit of guidance, you’re not alone! At Maple Tree Funding, we’re here to help as you navigate the homebuying process for the very first time.

Help for First Time Homebuyers

At Maple Tree Funding, we go above and beyond to assist first time homebuyers. You can rely on us for help every step of the way when it comes to navigating the sometimes confusing path to New York home ownership. With office locations in Latham and Queensbury, and the ability to originate loans throughout all of New York State, we have the expertise and experience to guide you to the right home mortgage to meet your specific needs and goals.

When you work with Maple Tree Funding, you will understand each step of the mortgage process. We will guide you through the mortgage application process, helping you to understand exactly what information is required to secure the right mortgage for you. We’ll work diligently to get you the most favorable rates based on your personal circumstances, whether it’s for a conventional mortgage, an FHA loan, a VA loan, or a USDA mortgage. From interest rates to discount points to origination charges to loan terms, you’ll know all the terminology and understand all components of your home mortgage before you sign.

Resources for First Time Homebuyers

On our website, you’ll find a number of helpful resources for first time homebuyers. If you’re in the market to purchase your first home, be sure to check out the following:

First Time Homebuyer FAQs – Find answers to many of the questions you’re wondering about as a first time homebuyer

Top 7 Home Buying Tips – Get tips that will help you navigate the challenges of home buying

Common Home Buying Mistakes – Learn about errors that many first time homebuyers make and find out how you can avoid them while in the process of buying your first home.

6 Step Guide to the Mortgage Process – Understand the mortgage process so you know what to expect when it comes to obtaining a home loan.

Mortgage Blog – Stay in the loop with news, updates and information related to home buying and the mortgage industry.

The Who’s Who of the Home Buying Process – Learn about the people involved in buying a home and their roles in the process.

First Time Homebuyer Guidance From a Trusted Local Mortgage Broker

When you’re looking for answers to questions about home buying and information about mortgage options as a first time homebuyer, you’ll want a trusted, knowledgable resource to turn to. At Maple Tree Funding, you’ll work with a team of mortgage professionals who truly cares about making your home ownership dreams come true. We’ll guide you and help you every step of the way so your experience buying your first home is a positive one.

Check out this short video to learn more about what it’s like to work with Maple Tree Funding to secure a mortgage for your first home purchase.

Ready to get started? Take the first step towards owning your first home and contact Maple Tree Funding today! Give us a call at 518-782-1202, contact us online, or fill out the form below and one of our mortgage professionals will reach out to you. We take pride in helping first-time home buyers and look forward to working with you!

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