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Caliber Launches New Non-Agency Mortgage Program
Jun 02, 2014

Caliber Home Loans Inc. has announced the launch of its new Non-Agency Mortgage Program, which adds four new products to the company’s diverse portfolio of mortgage solutions. The product line expansion allows Caliber to help more consumers achieve their goal of homeownership by expanding the options available to eligible and qualified borrowers. “At Caliber, we recognize that there are qualified, creditworthy borrowers with home financing needs that are not being served by the agency and government programs that are currently available in today’s marketplace,” said Joe Anderson, chief executive office of Caliber Home Loans. “Our goal is to increase the opportunities available to borrowers to expand the boundaries of homeownership and allow more qualified borrowers to enter the market. We are confident that our prudent underwriting guidelines, coupled with the way we have structured each of these products, creates a winning combination for both Caliber and the customers we serve. As one of the industry’s leading mortgage lenders, we are thrilled to be able to offer more home financing choices to even more customers.” Caliber’s new Non-Agency Mortgage Program focuses on the needs of four types of borrowers, and includes: ►Caliber’s “Fresh Start” Program: This credit re-establishment program is for borrowers who may have experienced a credit event, but cannot find a program in the marketplace that meets their needs as they re-establish a strong credit history. ►Foreign Nationals: The program offers greater flexibility to qualified borrowers who are not citizens of the United States and whose mortgage needs are not being met by the market’s current offerings. ►Non-Warrantable Condos: Fills the needs of borrowers who currently have limited options because they are looking to finance condos in projects that are not currently eligible for loans backed by the government sponsored agencies. ►Non-Agency Alternative: Offers expanded guidelines and qualifying considerations for asset depletion to eligible, qualified borrowers, including expanded debt-to-income ratios, an interest-only option and no prepayment penalties. “We take the Ability-to-Repay (ATR) requirements very seriously and want to ensure that all of the products and programs we offer are a good fit for our borrowers at the time of their application,” said Anderson. “By conducting in-depth Ability-to-Repay analysis on every loan we underwrite, we give customers the peace of mind that they are purchasing a property that they can afford.”
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