First National Bank of Michigan is a locally owned, community-minded bank with locations in Kalamazoo, Portage, Grand Rapids, Holland, Lansing and Traverse City. Since its inception in 2006, the bank has delivered exceptional financial solutions by working together with customers to build personal.
First National Bank of Michigan arranges the following loan types:
RESIDENTIAL:Hard Money, FHA, Construction loans, HELOC, VA, Portfolio
The Demo calculator and the Hard Money Calculator give you a general estimate on the type of loans you could expect to get. The next step up is Lendersa® Advanced Calculator, the ultimate lending calculator and a quantum lip over any other mortgage calculator in existence.
Lendersa® Advanced Calculator is more diverse and powerful than the Hard Money Calculator, and the Demo Calculator. It includes all the data fields necessary to determine your eligibility for any loan.If you are not sure about what loan you can get, then use Lendersa® Advanced Calculator instead of the Hard Money Calculator. Start by entering the type of property and your zip code and click the “Explore Your Options” button.
Compare our calculators:
Hard Money Calculator
Schedule of Real Estate
Citizenship / Foreign
Loan Program Type
Popular Loan Filter
Prepay penalty options
Loan Extension options
Link to LoanImprove™
Other advanced Filters
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The Advance calculator enables you to use Lendersa® LoanImprove™ engine to optimize your loan request so more lenders would want to compete for the privilege od arranging your loan.
LoanScore™ (Loan Chance of Success Score) measures the likelihood to find participating lenders who have matching loan programs to the borrower loan request. A borrower can explore many inquiries and receive several results for each inquiry with unique LoanScore™ for every result. The LoanScore™ indicate to the borrower the number and the quality of the lenders who are interested in looking at his loan request. The LoanScore™ scores range from 0 to 99. A high LoanScore™ (E.g., above 80) indicates many eager lenders who are interested in arranging the loan based on the borrower request. A low LoanScore™ indicates no or very few lenders with a small number of matching programs. Lendersa loan optimization is a proprietary process the borrower can undertake to improve the results of his loan request and raise LoanScore™.
What is the different between LoanScore™ and Fico score? LoanScore™ and Fico Score are completely different scores. FICO, or Fair Isaac, credit scores are a method of quantifying and evaluating an individual's creditworthiness. Fico scores range from 300 to 850. Fico Score measure your credit rating; it is based on your credit history. LoanScore™ (Loan Chance of Success Score) measures the likelihood you will receive loan offers from lenders based on your loan request and your financial qualifications. The LoanScore™ range is from 0 to 99. Good Fico score normally helps raise the LoanScore™, but it is only part of the LoanScore™. It is possible to have perfect Fico score of 850 and LoanScore™ of 0; it means that despite the excellent credit, there are no loan programs which are matching your borrower’s needs. And vice-versa, you can have a terrible credit score of 350 Fico and LoanScore™ of 99, which could be possible when you request a loan based on equity only and the lenders disregard the credit rating. Each loan program has its unique LoanScore™. Each time you change your loan request, the programs change, and the LoanScore™ of each program change instantly and automatically the Fico score remains the same unless you manually change it.
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