Build your mortgage like your home: from the ground up. For a brand-new home or major renovations, you can get a construction-to-permanent loan for both the building costs and the mortgage.
- New home construction
- Major renovations
- Working with a general contractor
- Buying land first (or already own land)
- Purchase/Home improvement
- Refinance/Home improvement
Why choose a construction mortgage?
This type of loan is perfect for anyone building a new home or renovating a home. It’s the one loan that can take you through the entire construction process and then converts to a permanent loan (your mortgage) when your home is complete and you’re ready to move in.
What kind of construction-to-permanent loan options are available?
We offer a range of options that can be customized to fit your specific financing needs. Loans are available in Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. A licensed General Contractor is required for all construction loans. PMI may be available for construction loans up to 90% loan to value – please see a Mortgage Banking Officer.
Fixed rate mortgages are available for both conforming and jumbo loan amounts, with a 15 or 30-year term to choose from. Adjustable rates are available for both conforming and jumbo loan amounts, for a 30-year term.
What is the maximum conforming mortgage loan amount?
A conforming mortgage is the mortgage loan limit set by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. For single family properties in most counties, the conforming limit is $510,400 and any mortgage loan amount of more than $510,400 is a jumbo mortgage.
What is a Jumbo mortgage?
This mortgage is for loan amounts over $510,400 on single family properties. A Webster Mortgage Banking Officer can help you find a flexible lending option for your needs.
All loans subject to credit approval. Contact a Webster mortgage banking officer for full details of program. Program is subject to change without notice and may be withdrawn at any time.
¹Uses for a construction loan:
- Purchase/Construction: To cover the purchase of the property and construction costs
- Purchase/Home improvement: To purchase an existing home and any renovations
- Refinance/Construction: To pay off a land or existing construction loan and new construction costs
- Refinance/Home improvement: To pay off an existing home mortgage and finance renovations