You’ve found the dome home of your dreams or you have plans to build one of your own; now you need financing to make it happen. While getting a mortgage used to be relatively simple, the 2008 downturn in the economy changed everything. Now lenders are requiring squeaky clean credit, bigger down payments, and solid appraisals.
Unfortunately, the tighter lending requirements have hit the alternative housing market especially hard. Changes in appraisal rules have led many lenders and appraisers to stop doing valuations on dome homes. No appraisals means no loans.
The lenders listed here are those that are providing financing for dome homes in spite of the recession.
We’d also appreciate your help. If you know of a mortgage company that should be listed here, please let us know.
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Home Front Mortgage
2929 5th Avenue NE
Puyallup, Washington 98372
Served Monolithic Dome Home buyers for over 15 years.
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
The following lenders have not been active recently. That does not mean they won’t or can’t finance Monolithic Domes; only that they have been impacted by the recession.
Great Nation Investment Company
Community Capital Partners, LLC
Robert C. Farmer, Jr. & Richard A. Jones
One Liberty Place
1650 Market Street, Suite 3600
Philadelphia, PA 19103
You can contact Farmer at 267/549-1483 and Jones at 570/350-3826