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It’s more manageable to build than you realize — especially with the right financing. If you’re looking to build or renovate, no matter the size of your project, First Interstate has a loan built for you.
Combine your short-term construction and permanent financing into a single loan. The All-in-One loan is available for both conforming and jumbo loan amounts and consists of two phases: construction and permanent loan. During the construction phase, payments are interest only. When construction on your home is complete, the loan transitions into permanent financing with no need to requalify—and you only pay closing costs once. Your interest rate is locked in at closing with an interest rate float down option. If rates improve prior to closing, you can take advantage of lower market rates.
This traditional short-term loan, also called a two-time-close, covers the cost of land, permits and fees, and the building of your home. It is paid in full when construction is complete. You will need to qualify for and obtain a separate loan to refinance into for your permanent financing.
A home renovation loan allows you to finance labor, materials, and other hard costs to improve your home. The loan amount is based on the estimated value of the home after your renovations. Whether you’re looking to remodel, finish your basement, add-on, or make other major home improvements, a home renovation loan can help get your project underway.
Loans are subject to approval
A construction loan is short-term financing that covers the cost of building a custom home or renovating an existing home. These funds can be used for all the costs related to the project, including permits, materials, labor, and other expenses.
If the construction costs come in below the original amount of the loan, those funds can be used for overages, landscaping, or if you choose, you can use them to pay down your balance, and we will modify the note/payment.