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Due to the fact that we are an independent dealer, we have more than one choice of lenders. You can choose the best option that fits your needs! (Not one size fits all.) Finance is more affordable with our conventional and FHA loans. Either of our financing options is a good choice when buying one of our manufactured homes. We feel that by getting you the best financing coupled with low home pricing, you will buy with us.

Conventional Loans

All True Homes qualify for all mortgage programs. The same mortgage rules and regulations that apply to site-built homes apply to our manufactured and modular homes. Assistance is also available in helping you determine the financial program that best fits your needs.

FHA Loans

The Federal Housing Authority (FHA) has the primary responsibility for administering the government home-loan insurance program. This program is designed to help first-time home buyers qualify for a loan when a conventional loan program does not meet their current needs. Call us today to take advantage of this loan option.

Why FHA Loans?

  • Competitive rates
  • No loan fees
  • Low down payment
  • Government-sponsored program
Contact  True Homes Manufactured Housing in Walker for more ways to finance your purchase of one of our manufactured homes.

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