First-Time Homebuyer Program - Altoona, PA & Duncansville, PA
ISB Offers First-Time Homebuyer Loans
If you are new to real estate and looking to purchase a first home of your own, contact the lending professionals at ISB. Investment Savings Bank participates in the first-time homebuyer program to make funds available for first mortgages.
First Time Homebuyer Loans are available to First Time homebuyers (no ownership in a principal residence during a three-year period prior to purchase of a principal residence) or a Displaced Homeowner. Subject to our Lending Policy and Residential Underwriting Standards.
Are optional at the bank’s discretion for all assessments due to property taxes and hazard insurance, and where applicable, required for flood insurance and private mortgage insurance.
FREE – Available upon request from any Mortgage Loan Personnel.
May be made by phone, FAX, mail or in person.
One to thirty years
Down Payment and Closing Costs:
- Minimum of 3% subject to Private Mortgage Insurance approval
- Reduced Closing Costs
85% appraised value or purchase price (whichever is lower) with higher loan-to-value ratios available up to 97% subject to private mortgage insurance underwriting and approval.
Primarily, but not limited to Blair, Bedford, Cambria, Centre, Clearfield, Huntingdon counties
First Time Homebuyer Program in Central PA from Investment Savings Bank
If you are a first-time homebuyer in Central PA, or have not had ownership of a principal residence for over three years, or are a displaced homeowner, talk with us at Investment Savings Bank. ISB offers a first-time homebuyer program that may help you obtain a home.
ISB Makes It Happen for First Time Homebuyers in Central PA
First time homebuyer loans are subject to our Lending Policy and Residential Underwriting Standards, with terms of up to 30 years. Escrow is optional at the Bank’s discretion for all assessments due to property taxes and hazard insurance, and where applicable required for flood, and private mortgage insurance. To apply, you can request an application from any loan department employee. Make application by phone, fax, or mail it in to us.