How FHA Loans Work

At Supreme Lending we want to help you understand how a FHA mortgage loan works. In all actuality the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) doesn’t loan any money, they insure it. This means that you’re considered to be a less risky borrower than someone who might not have the backing of the federal government. Our role is to make sure that you qualify for an FHA mortgage and structure our loan to reflect it.

The other pages in the FHA loan center can help you understand more about this unique program. Whether you are trying to determine if you qualify or if you are interested in finding out what kind of documentation you’ll need to ultimately get your loan, our site can provide you the information you are seeking. Additionally we’re more than happy to take your phone calls at 702-815-6317.

An important resource for considering a FHA loan is the official Housing and Urban Development website. There you can find even more answers to questions and learn more about insuring your loan through the Federal Housing Administration.

Supreme Lending NMLS 2129

Troy Shannon
NMLS: 1325916

10801 West Charleston Blvd, Ste 520
Las Vegas, Nevada 89135
Phone: 702-815-6317
Fax: 725-333-9268

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