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Fabrik International Home
Building a new home or renovating an existing home?
Fabrik International has teamed up with Indymac Bank® to help you finance your dream home. Indymac's Construction-to-Permanent Loan does the work of two loans; it finances the construction of your home (including the purchase of your lot, if you don't already own it), then becomes your permanent mortgage when your home is complete. We also offer an Indymac Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) if you are ready to build, but have not yet sold your existing home.

  • No payments during construction 1
  • A variety of fixed and adjustable rate mortgage options
  • Down payments as low as 5%
  • 100% Owner Builder Construction financing available
  • 24/7 online access to your construction funds
  • Lot Loans and Home Renovation Loans

  • 1 An interest reserve is established as part of your construction loan. Payments by you are not necessary unless your interest reserve is depleted. You have the option to make interest reserve payments as they become due.
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    Make sure you understand the features associated with the loan program you choose, and that it meets your unique financial needs. It is important to know that with adjustable rate mortgages, your payment and rate may increase significantly over time. If there is a prepayment penalty, there should be some benefit in terms of rate or fees in exchange for the substantial cost if the loan is paid off before the penalty term expires. Some loan products may not be available in all states. All loans require underwriting approval and some features require guidelines to be met before borrower eligibility can be determined. Subject to review of credit, title and collateral.