COVID-19 Update 12-10-2020 Holyoke Credit Union will be expanding our drive-thru hours of operation. Starting on Monday, December 14, 2020, the Holyoke drive-thru will be open: Mon.-Thurs. 8AM-4PM, Fri. 8AM -5PM and Sat. 9AM-12PM. The W. Springfield and Feeding Hills drive-thrus will be open: Mon.-Thurs. 9AM-4PM, Fri. 9AM -5PM and Sat. 9AM-12PM. All branch lobbies will remain closed until further notice. All HCU ATMs remain open. Mobile banking, online banking and HCU's Member Solutions Call Center (413-532-7007) will continue to be available. To see a Member Service Representative call 413-341-0133 for Holyoke or 413-278-6840 for W. Springfield or Feeding Hills for an appointment.

FHA Mortgage Loans

FHA Mortgage Loans are available through Holyoke Credit Union for the buying and refinancing of homes. These loans offer a wide range of benefits and consumer protection that conventional loans may lack. FHA Mortgage Loans generally require lower down payments, have more lenient credit requirements, and are easier to qualify for than conventional mortgages. 

FHA loans are insured by the Federal Housing Administration. The FHA does not lend money or issue credit. To apply for an FHA loan, you must work with a participating FHA lender such as Holyoke Credit Union. 

Benefits:

  • You can qualify even with a low credit score
  • Can be a 1- to 4-family home or condo, but must be owner occupied
  • Low down payment required
  • Will consider debt ratios as high as 40%/50% with a credit score of 580
  • Allows parental co-signer who does not need to live with you
  • The deposit may be a gift or a grant

Best for people who:

  • Have less than perfect credit
  • Have little or no credit history
  • Have stable, dependable income

Other considerations:

  • The amount of your FHA loan depends on the following factors:
    • Loan limits by county
    • Appraised value of your property
    • The amount you may qualify to borrow based on your credit and payment history
  • FHA 203K Loan (Rehab Property)
    • Same approval guidelines as standard FHA
    • Rehabilitation loan on new or current homes

 Contact one of our Mortgage Specialists to find out more.