Nebraska Home Financing

Single-family home values in Nebraska remain below the national average, yet have increased in recent years, according to a 2004 study sponsored by the Nebraska Investment Finance Authority. In fact, the National Association of Realtors reported that the average sale price of homes in Nebraska increased from $111,442 in 1998 to $137,360 in 2003. Beyond having a good sense of the local housing market, as a first-time home buyer or homeowner you’ll also want to know of financing available to you.

First, there are two types of home loans: Fixed Rate and Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARMS). Fixed Rate Mortgages come in 15 and 30-year terms and payments remain the same through the life of the loan. ARMS are less predictable, offering lower interest rates initially and payments that may fluctuate at a regular rate. It is also noteworthy that special mortgages are available to help first-time buyers obtain a loan who have poor credit or limited income.

If you’re already a homeowner, your old mortgage may no longer be suited to your needs. If you’re interested in getting a lower interest rate and lower mortgage payments, talk to a lender about refinancing your mortgage. And if you’re looking to renovate your home, a second mortgage or home improvement loan might be right for you. Or maybe you want to get some of the cash out of your home by taking out a home equity loan.

These options represent an overview of home financing available to buyers and owners. Be sure to discuss your unique circumstances with your lender, as other loans tailored to your specific needs may be available.


With interest rates at all-time lows, there has never been a better time to refinance.
Take advantage of getting additional cash out to improve your home, buy a new car, or pay for a child’s education. will provide you with competitive loan quotes from up to four lenders. Different types of refinance loans offered are 30-year fixed, 15-year fixed, adjustable rate, and interest only. You’ll receive the best rates and options available, regardless of your credit. It takes less than a minute to apply, and you have nothing to lose. Find your refinance loan right now.


MoneyNest can help you search through hundreds of lenders and to find the most competitive rates. Get loans for mortgage refinancing, second mortgages, a home equity line of credit, home improvement, or debt consolidation. No fees are required and all credit histories are considered. Fill out a single application and get up to 4 FREE quotes.

Countrywide Home Loans

Qualified homeowners – even those with less-than-perfect credit – may now access their home’s equity to get cash, consolidate debts, and lower monthly expenses. Countrywide Home Loans may also help applicants who are self-employed or have high consumer debt. We offer competitively priced home loan programs, including fixed rate, adjustable rate, refinance and home equity loans.

DebtWave Credit Counseling, Inc.

DebtWave Credit Counseling, Inc. offers a program to its clients that enables them to repay their debt in a timely fashion. We specialize in working primarily credit cards; however, we are usually able to assist clients with any bills that are considered to be unsecured. Below is a list of benefits that we are typically able to obtain for our clients:
– Reduce your interest rates
– Lower your monthly payment
– Consolidate into one monthly payment
– Eliminate late & overlimit fees
– Stop harassing phone calls (if behind)


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