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Meet Don Cansino

Skilled, talented, and eager to help

With over 12 years of customer service, including 5 years in consumer lending, Don provides a customer focused approach to helping find a lending program right for you. This dedication to customer satisfaction, partnered with the resources and seasoned lending expertise at INB, ensures we can help finance your next home purchase, refinance, or construction project.

509-252-3130
[email protected]
NMLS ID: 1106827

Our Specialties

Construction Loans

Whether building a commercial building or a residence, INB offers an experienced team of lenders to help finance your construction project.

FHA Loan

FHA loans generally require a lower down payment because they are insured by the Federal Housing Administration, a government agency within the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Borrowers with FHA loans pay for mortgage insurance, which protects the lender from a loss if the borrower defaults on the loan.*

Conventional Loan

A conventional loan generally has fewer underwriting requirements and limitations than FHA, VA, or USDA guaranteed loans. Conventional loans have jumbo loan options that allow financing of larger loans which may not be available under a government guaranteed loan option.

USDA Loan

Provides USDA Insurance in the event the homeowner defaults on the loan. The insurance creates less risk, allowing for loans with small or no down payment for qualified customers. USDA has a maximum household income limits that changes annually, and restrictions for the location of the property. Up to 100% financing**

VA Loans

You may qualify for a Veteran’s Administration Loan through INB, a qualified VA lender. Take advantage of your right to apply for a VA loan to get into your new home or refinance your current loan. Up to 100% financing***

*The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) provides mortgage insurance on loans made by approved lenders. FHA mortgage insurance provides lenders with protection against losses against mortgage payment default. The cost of the mortgage insurance is paid by the homeowner as an upfront amount which is usually financed into the loan amount, as well as an amount that is included in the monthly mortgage payment. The amount of mortgage insurance paid on an FHA loan is dependent on the base loan amount, loan term and loan-to-value (LTV) ratio.

**The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) provides mortgage insurance to the lender. USDA mortgage insurance provides lenders with protection from mortgage payment default. You typically are required to pay a nonrefundable one-time fee that may be financed into the loan amount, as well as an amount that is included in the monthly mortgage payment.

***The Veterans Administration (VA) provides mortgage insurance to the lender. VA mortgage insurance provides lenders with protection from losses against mortgage payment default. You typically are required to pay a nonrefundable one-time VA funding fee that may be financed into the loan amount. The fee depends on the amount of the down payment, service type, prior use of VA eligibility and type of loan transaction.

Mortgage Inquiry

Take a moment to fill out our mortgage inquiry form or contact Don at 509-252-3130.

Mortgage Inquiry