Purchase and Financing

Congratulations on your search for a new home!

At Next Generation Signature Homes we have partnered with financially experienced mortgage companies who specialize in new construction loans and processing. They will bring you top rated service, low fee structures, and quick answers to all of your questions. They are as much a part of our team as those at Next Generation Signature Homes who will be building your home!

Even if this is your 2nd or 3rd home, there are many new factors effecting mortgage loan practices today. We urge you to call one or all of our preferred lenders to learn more about what programs best suit your financial needs.

In fact, before you even start looking at houses, you should look into your mortgage prospects. They will cover the cash requirements for particular loan programs, terms of loans and programs specific to buying new construction.

Wondering if now is a good time to buy a new home? Click here to see a PDF that explains why now is a great time.

Preferred Lenders

Wintrust Mortgage
Contact: Jay Jacobson, NMLS# 404161
Phone: 630-319-0151
Email: jjacobson@wintrustmortgage.com
Website: www.yournewhomemortgage.com

Wells Fargo Mortgage
Contact: David Stangland
Phone: 630-841-6284
NMLSR ID: 418686
Email: david.stangland@wellsfargo.com

Feel free to meet with one of our preferred lenders at one of our sales centers.

Some quick guidelines to start the process of building a new home!

Pay off as much debt as you can first. This will help keep what’s known as your debt-to-income ratio down. Lenders look at your income and all your debts – student loans, car payments, credit card debt – to determine how much you can afford to borrow. As a guideline If your total debt, with the new house payment, should be no more than 43 percent of your income.

Develop good credit habits way before you plan to buy

Consider consolidating or refinancing student loans. If you can’t pay off student loans before you buy a home, investigate whether you can lower your payments. You’ll have to decide whether it makes sense to stretch student loan payments over more years to buy a home sooner.

Be prepared to document everything. You’ll need tax returns, bank statements, brokerage statements and documents to verify the source of any money you plan to use. The lender will also verify your employment and income, once at the beginning of the process and again a day or two before closing. So start organizing your documents now!

  • Most recent W-2’s
  • Most recent year-to-date pay stub
  • Most recent two years’ completed personal tax returns
  • Most recent two months’ bank statements

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