Is a FHA One Time Close Construction Loan right for you?
Two isn’t always better than one. Let me explain.
If you’re building your house from the ground up, you’ll most likely take a construction loan followed by a permanent loan. This scenario will require you to have 2 loans, which means you’ll have 2 start dates and 2 closing dates—which means you’ll pay for 2 separate closing costs!
An FHA one-time close construction loan, however, will allow you to have your home built and financed just under one loan. It’s simpler and more cost-efficient and you end up with a FHA Loan with a 30 year fixed rate when all is said and done.