Be In Your New Chicago Home for the Holidays

December 08, 2011

MI homes mortgage rates Everyone knows that there is no place like home for the holidays!  And now if you hurry, you could purchase a new home from M/I Homes just in time for the holidays. The home builder is offering some amazing mortgage rates on new Chicago homes. The interest rate is 3.75% with a 30 year FHA fixed rate mortgage and a 3.5% down payment. The ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE is 4.615%.

With eight Chicagoland area communities, M/I Homes offers a wide variety of product, locations and price points. Make sure to contact an agent to find out which communities have homes offering the special mortgage rates.

M/I Homes in Chicago has new townhomes in Hanover Park, townhomes in Winfield, townhomes in Carol Stream, townhomes in Steamwood, townhomes in Aurora and townhomes in St. Charles.

All M/I townhomes are 100% ENERGY STAR® certified homes, which means that home buyers will save money over the life of their home on energy costs. Every M/I home comes with a 30-year transferable warranty offering piece of mind and better resale values.

This program is available on select inventory homes only. Home buyers must meet all qualification requirements of the program. Payments are based on a minimum 680 credit score. Buyer must make loan application within 48 hours of contract signing and must close 12/23/2011. Rate is subject to change without notice. Financing is offered through M/I Financial Corp. (NMLS #50684) Due to availability, rate is subject to change and is not guaranteed until contract is executed.

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