Renovation Loan Projects


All-In Construction is the most experienced renovation loan project contractor in the Central Florida area. We have over 30 years’ experience under our belts and a thriving network of relationships with the top local lenders, inspectors, consultants, and real estate agents. We will walk you through everything smoothly and efficiently, at every step of the process. Take a look at the flowchart below for additional information on the Renovation Loan Project process.

 
You are buying a home that is in need of repairs or upgrades (including home additions)
 
You own a home that is in need of repairs or upgrades (including home additions)
 
Ed Ross @ FBC Mortgage
 
Choose a Lender We recommend...
 
Scott Bowling @ Homebridge Financial
 
Choose a Loan Type
FHA 203K Limited
FHA 203K Standard
Fannie Mae HomeStyle
 
James Hartford @ Certified Building Inspectors
 
Choose a HUD Consultant We recommend...
 
Mike Troisi @ Triple G Home Inspectors
 
After your home inspection is complete, we will meet you on site to finalize the scope of work and begin building your estimate.
 
Estimate Review & Adjustments made if necessary
 
Estimate signed by Contractor & yourself & sent to mortgage company
 
Mortgage company orders appraisal
 
Appraisal sent to underwriting
 
Close on loan
 
After closing, work begins on the project.
 
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How It Works

If you're looking for a new home, say you've found a property in the perfect location... but the property itself isn't perfect, and it doesn't meet FHA requirements or is in need of updating. A renovation loan allows you to purchase the property as-is and include the cost of required repairs needed into your mortgage. In addition, you can include a wide variety of “wish-list” items, including but not limited to: roofing, flooring, cabinets, drywall, painting, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, gas, windows, etc. For more details, please visit http://203kcontractors.com/faqs and continue reading below about the process. Or, if you are currently a homeowner who wants to do cosmetic or other major updates, even an addition to your home, a renovation loan can help you accomplish these goals as well!

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Click HERE for a link to FHA 203K guidelines and requirements.

Click HERE for a link to Fannie Mae HomeStyle guidelines and requirements.

Click HERE for stories from some of our 203K Loan clients.

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