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Reverse Mortgages in Eden Prairie, MN

Dallas Janes Home Loans is a Full Service Mortgage Company Based in Eden Prairie, MN. We Specialize in Reverse Mortgages and Refinancing in Eden Prairie.

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Get the financial help you need with the service you deserve.

Our mission at Dallas Janes Home Loans is to serve our customers with honesty, integrity and competence. Our goal is to provide home loans to our clients while providing them with the lowest interest rates and closing costs possible. Furthermore, we pledge to help borrowers overcome roadblocks that can arise while securing a loan.

We’ve been helping customers afford the home of their dreams for many years and we love what we do.

Loan Programs

Once your loan application has been received Dallas Janes of Crimson Mortgage will start the loan approval process immediately. Your loan processor will verify all of the information you have given. If any discrepancies are found, either the processor or your loan officer will troubleshoot to straighten them out.

Why Choose Us

What makes Dallas Janes of Crimson Mortgage stand out is our exceptional customer service: we want you to enjoy the experience of using our mortgage services. We also provide the fastest service in the business!

Best Available Rates

We get you the lowest rates. period.

Easy Application

You can apply online or over the phone.

Awesome Support

Our team gets you to the closing table with a minimum of stress.

Quick Approval

No waiting and no hassles.

Will buying a home closer to work save you money?

Sometimes you live out of the immediate work area because of high property values, thinking that it would be less expensive to commute. But the real test is to add up the cost of living, including the mortgage payment, utilities, and property taxes PLUS the cost of the commute. Then compare that to the cost of living closer to work.

Customer FAQ’s

Can another mortgage company be used after the completed appraisal?
What Are Finance and Lender Charges?
Do I have a right to know what’s in my report?
Can another mortgage company be used after the completed appraisal?

Yes. In most cases you will not have to pay for another appraisal if you change your mortgage company, and depending on the loan program typed, the first lender can transfer it to the new lender.

What Are Finance and Lender Charges?

Most people associate closing costs with finance charges levied by mortgage lenders. The charges you pay will vary among lenders, so it’s good to shop around for the best combination of mortgage terms and closing, or settlement costs.

Do I have a right to know what’s in my report?

Yes, if you ask for it. The CRA must tell you everything in your report, including medical information, and in most cases, the sources of the information. The CRA also must give you a list of everyone who has requested your report within the past year-two years for employment related requests.

How Can a Foreclosure Be Avoided?
How Big of a FHA Loan Can I Afford?
What is Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI)?
Should I Pay Points to Lower My Interest Rate?
What Are the Benefits of a VA Loan?
How Can a Foreclosure Be Avoided?

First of all, if you are struggling to make your payments, call or write to your lender’s Loss Mitigation Department right away. Explain your situation and be prepared to provide them with financial information like your monthly income and expenses. Just follow these 3 simple rules:

  1. Contact your lender as soon as you know your payment will be late.
  2. Never ignore the lender’s letters or phone calls.
  3. Don’t assume that your situation is hopeless.
How Big of a FHA Loan Can I Afford?

Your monthly costs should not exceed 29% of your gross monthly income for a FHA Loan. Total housing costs often lumped together are referred to as PITI.

P = Principal
I = Interest
T = Taxes
I = Insurance

What is Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI)?

On a conventional mortgage, when your down payment is less than 20% of the purchase price of the home mortgage lenders usually require you get Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) to protect them in case you default on your mortgage. Sometimes you may need to pay up to 1-year’s worth of PMI premiums at closing which can cost several hundred dollars. The best way to avoid this extra expense is to make a 20% down payment, or ask about other loan program options.

Should I Pay Points to Lower My Interest Rate?

Yes, if you plan to stay in the property for a least a few years. Paying discount points to lower the loan’s interest rate is a good way to lower your required monthly loan payment, and possibly increase the loan amount that you can afford to borrow. However, if you plan to stay in the property for only a year or two, your monthly savings may not be enough to recoup the cost of the discount points that you paid up-front.

What Are the Benefits of a VA Loan?
  • 100% Financing & No Down Payment Loans
  • No Private Mortgage (PMI)
  • No Penalties for Prepaying the Loan
  • Competitive Interest Rates
  • Qualification is Easier than a Conventional Loan
  • Sellers Pay Some of the Closing Costs
  • Can be combined with additional down payment assistance to reduce closing costs

What kind of loan program is best for you?

Should you get a fixed-rate or adjustable rate mortgage? A conventional loan or a government loan? Deciding which mortgage product is best for you will depend largely on your unique circumstances, and there is no one correct answer.

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