A jumbo mortgage loan is a home loan whose amount exceeds the limit set by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. In Maryland, that limit is pegged at $510,400 for most counties and is as high as $765,600 in other counties. If you take out a home loan that exceeds that, it will be considered a jumbo mortgage.

Maryland Jumbo Mortgage

Jumbo mortgages are great because they allow borrowers to purchase high-end properties that they otherwise wouldn’t afford with a conventional loan. So if you’re thinking of purchasing a property in a high-cost county like Frederick or Montgomery, you may want to consider a jumbo mortgage. Our jumbo mortgage experts here at Moreira Team will help you qualify for the full amount. Give us a call, and we will take care of your jumbo mortgage needs.

Daily Maryland Mortgage Rates for 11.24.20

30-Yr. Conventional

2.5%

0.010

30 Day Range
2.5% - 2.907%

15-Yr. Conventional

2.389%

0.005

30 Day Range
2.25% - 2.478%

30-Yr. FHA

2.5%

0.014

30 Day Range
2.5% - 3.025%

30-Yr. VA

2.25%

0.027

30 Day Range
2.25% - 2.58%

*Calculated from actual locked rates with consumers across more than one-third of all mortgage transactions closed nationwide

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Here is a list of some essential things to know about jumbo mortgages in Maryland:

Loan limit: the jumbo loan limit for most counties in Maryland is $510,400. In Baltimore City, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford, Howard and Queen Ann’s counties the limit is a little higher at $520,950. In Calvert, Charles, Frederick, Montgomery and Prince George’s counties the limit is much higher at $765,600.

Down payment: most lenders usually ask for 20% down, but you can still get a loan with 10% or even 5% down, particularly for the purchase of a residential property.

Mortgage insurance: lenders usually require borrowers to pay monthly mortgage insurance. But you can reduce the premium significantly by increasing the down payment.

Qualification: qualification standards for jumbo loans are not all that stringent. With a 680 credit score, 43% debt-to-income ratio, and proof of consistent income, you will almost certainly qualify for a jumbo mortgage.

Types: your options depend on the lender’s packages. But generally, there are adjustable-rate loans (most have a maximum period of 10 years) and fixed-rate loans of 15, 20 and 30-year terms.

Do you need a jumbo loan? think you can qualify for a jumbo mortgage? Give us a call, and we will help you get the best Maryland jumbo loan rates. Our experienced crew can shop your loan in order to get you a lower interest rate than conventional and even government-backed loans.