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Jumbo Loans

Low rates with low down payment options.

Low Rate Jumbo Loans

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We specialize in jumbo and non-conforming loans to help you purchase a new home or refinance an existing home loan.  We have competitive jumbo rate programs for self employed borrowers, physicians, and borrowers with multiple income sources.  We also offer low down-payment Jumbo loan options with just 5% down payments.

Our Jumbo offers include:

 

  • Jumbo ‘split’ mortgages. The first lien at the conventional loan limit, with a second lien covering the difference.
  • Low down-payment options (5% down payment).
  • Cash out jumbo mortgages.

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4.8 ★★★★★ 35 reviews

Over $1 Billion in Loans Funded

And we are just getting started!  

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Offering loans in Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Louisiana, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Texas and Washington.

Why Use Our Services?

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JUMBO LOANS

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Jumbo ‘split’ Mortgages

The first lien at the conventional loan limits, with a second lien covering the difference.

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Low Down Payment Jumbo

Just a 5% down payment.

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Cash Out Jumbo Loans

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CONVENIENCE

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Low Down Payment Options

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Quick Decisions

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Quick Closing

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“Football’s hard.
Getting a Jumbo Loan doesn’t have to be.

 

Dat Nguyen, Hurst Lending Investor
Former Pro Football Player & Coach

QUESTIONS?

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We Also Offer Other Cash-Out Loans

HOME SALE & LEASE BACK

Access more equity by selling your home and leasing it back.

CASH OUT INVESTOR LOANS

Refinance your rental property and take out cash for any use.

JUMBO CASH OUT LOANS

Cash out loans over $548,250 with fixed or adjustable rates.

CASH OUT MULTIFAMILY LOANS

35 year non-recourse cash-out refinancing with low fixed rates.

What is a Jumbo Loan?

A jumbo loan, or jumbo mortgage, is any mortgage above the conventional conforming loan limits set by U.S. government housing authorities. As of 2021, the conforming loan limit throughout the United States is $548,250 (or up to $822,375 in certain high cost areas). Any mortgage loan with a value greater than this amount is considered a jumbo loan. The limit is the same whether you are buying a new home or refinancing an existing home loan.

We Can Help You

Getting a jumbo loan doesn’t have to be an intimidating or difficult process. For both new home purchases and refinancing, Hurst Lending’s Jumbo Loans division is the best jumbo loan source. This division specializes in jumbo mortgages and non-conforming mortgages.

About Hurst Lending

We have been helping our customers buy, sell, and refinance their homes since 2006. Our personalized approach includes a suite of services that solve common hurdles in the home buying process. Have you ever experienced the frustration of Losing your dream home in a bidding war? Trying to buy before you sell? Had your buyer fallout? Or being on a fixed income and needing your equity to purchase a new home?  Our Industry-leading suite of Domination Loans solve these issues. We also offer a suite of real estate investor loan products and a full suite of conventional, VA, FHA, cash-out, construction and traditional home loans.

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