Conventional 30-Year Home Loan
Find yourself home
There’s nothing like finding a home where you can plant your roots and grow. When you finance your home with OCCU, you get low rates that fit your budget and a team of mortgage experts to guide you through your homebuying journey.
If you’re ready to find your new Oregon home, or looking to settle down in Washington, we’re ready to help. Already in your dream home and looking to refinance? Our team can guide you through the process.
Your dream, our dream team
In today’s market, you have to act fast when you find the perfect home. When you work with our OCCU Mortgage team, you’ll be ready to make an offer knowing you’re getting mortgage tailored to your financing needs that fits your budget.
With competitive rates, personalized lending solutions local decision-making and a team that lives and works in your community, you can purchase or refinance with confidence.
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OCCU home loans: An option for every homebuyer
Everyone’s path to homeownership looks different. No matter what path you’re on, the OCCU mortgage advisor team is ready to connect and share all the options we have available to help you reach your home goals.
Our loan officers are here to guide you through the homebuying process and answer your questions. Let's connect!
27Lock and Shop agreement is not a loan approval or loan preapproval; borrower must qualify and be preapproved for loan; loan must close and fund no later than lock expiration date to receive the rate shown in the Lock and Shop agreement; rate lock not available on all OCCU loan programs; Lock and Shop rate and points are subject to change based on certain loan factors including, but not limited to, the loan amount, property value, credit qualifications, occupancy and property type.