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Jumbo Home Loans

Jumbo mortgages are home loans that exceed the conforming loan limit of $548,250. Higher priced and luxury homes are made more affordable by obtaining financing with a jumbo mortgage.

  • Provides financing for loan amounts in excess of $548,250.
  • Available for primary residences, second or vacation homes and investment properties.
  • Available for both purchase and refinance.
  • Competitive loan-to-value options.
  • Avoid paying PMI with qualifying loans.
  • No pre-payment penalties.

Please choose the 60-day lock option when applying for a refinance. Your rate is not locked until you get confirmation from a Mortgage Loan Officer.  We look forward to serving you.

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For faster service, start your application online.  A Rivermark mortgage professional can get you pre-approved quickly.  A pre-approval shows realtors that you are a serious buyer and can help to speed up the transaction when you’re ready to buy. Call us at 503.906.9497.

 

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