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Welcome to Legacy Home Loans.
Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Legacy Home Loans is a mortgage lender serving the entire state of Tennessee with multiple loan programs for various borrower needs.
We have a wide array of mortgage loan products, investment tools, helpful articles and of course quality service and individual attention.
Home Loans in Tennessee
We offer FHA, USDA, Jumbo and VA loans.
- FHA: First time buyers can take advantage of lower down payment requirements offered by the Federal Housing Administration.
- USDA: Qualifying income borrowers can receive zero down payment Rural Development loans in eligible areas.
- Jumbo: Buyers whose properties exceed conventional maximum values can benefit from our Jumbo program.
- VA: If you're looking for a VA Nashville, Lebanon, Murfreesboro - anywhere in the Volunteer State - loan, give us a call to see if you qualify for the VA zero down payment option. We are grateful to serve those eligible veterans who have selflessly served our country.
If you'd like to change your existing mortgage by decreasing the loan term or interest rates, we'd be glad to assist you with a home refinance. Whatever your financial situation, do not hesitate to get into contact with us to discuss your options.
We offer the following refinance programs:
FHA Streamline | FHA Cash-out | VA Streamline | VA Cash-out | Conventional | HELOC | HARP | Jumbo
We are investing in the latest website technology to ensure your needs are met quickly. To inquire about pre-qualification or approval, submit your information through our secure, online loan application found on the top of this page.
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