Greater Iowa Credit Union offers a variety of lending options to meet your individual needs, no matter where you find yourself in the home-buying process.
- No Application or Origination Fees
- Quick Closing Times
- USDA, VA, & FHA Loans Available
- Up to 97% Financing
The first step when buying a home is to work with your lender to get pre-qualified for your loan. You will provide some basic income and debt information so GICU can give you preliminary approval on the amount you can borrow. This is required by most realtors before they will show you any houses. Once you are pre-qualified, you are ready to house hunt!
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Here are some of the loan programs we offer:
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30, 20 and 15 Year Fixed
3/1, 5/1, 7/1 and 10/1 ARM
To make the process even easier, be sure to have these documents ready for your first appointment:
- Current pay stubs for a 30-day period that includes year-to-date information
- W-2s from the previous two years
- If self-employed, federal tax returns for the past two years, including all schedules
- Bank statements for the past two months
- Most recent investment account statement
- Most recent retirement account statement
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Additional Registered Mortgage Loan Originators
Greater Iowa Credit Union, in compliance with the S.A.F.E. Act, has successfully registered our experienced and skilled mortgage loan originators with the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System & Registry (NMLS). NMLS #1329773
Mortgage Loan Originators
*Offer only valid on new purchase mortgages. Applications received from March 28th, 2022 through July 31, 2022, are eligible. Loan must close by August 31, 2022. On loan amounts of $200,000 and greater, $600 will be deducted from closing costs. Loan amounts from $100,000-$199,999 are eligible for a $300 reduction in closing costs. Loan amounts less than $100,000 and existing GICU mortgages are not eligible. Loan must qualify for secondary market financing. All loans are subject to approval.
Various fees based on loan amount can be charged (appraisals, title searches, mortgage filing fees, etc.).