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A doctor loan often requires no down payment or private mortgage insurance (PMI). Avoiding mortgage insurance can typically save hundreds per month in a mortgage payment. Most of the time a person would have to put at least 20% down to avoid mortgage insurance. In addition, doctor loans may not include student loans in the debt ratio calculation. This is important because many residents and fellows would not qualify for a mortgage loan or would have to get a less expensive home if student loans were included in their debt ratio. In order to qualify for doctor loans, some banks require the physician to open an account at the bank from which the mortgage is paid. Depending on the down payment made, some of these programs offer loans into the multi-million dollar range. Typically, they loans are only for primary, owner-occupied properties, but some are available for second homes. They can be used for purchase and often for refinance or construction as well.

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Mortgage Payment Breakdown

When you start house hunting, you probably have general thoughts about applying for a mortgage, such as the sale price, down payment, and interest rate. But in the end, it's going to come down to finding a monthly mortgage payment that fits your budget. As a homeowner, it's important to understand what goes into your [...]

How Your Credit Score Is Calculated

You probably hear about credit scores all the time. But how much do you actually know about them? You likely understand the basics of how your credit score works. You pay off your debts on time and your credit score goes up, right? Not exactly. Let’s discuss how you actually get a good credit score [...]

What Types of Properties Can I Buy Using My Physician Loan?

Single Family Detached or Attached, Townhomes, & PUDs As with most questions regarding your physician loan, the answer is, "It depends on the bank's program." If you're buying a single family detached or attached home, then you should have no problem getting a physician loan. Typically, townhomes and PUDs (Planned Unit Developments) are also fine [...]

Can Doctor Loans be used to Buy Condos?

Condos and Doctor Loans Star-crossed lovers or a match made in heaven? Condominium living can be great for folks who love living in community and who don't want to deal with a lot of exterior property maintenance. You simply pay your HOA (Home Owners Association) fees each month, and someone else takes care of your [...]

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