Construction

To us, your little corner of the world is the biggest thing on earth.

Now that you’re ready to start building that dream home in the country, you’ll need someone on your side who knows how to get rural right. At Farm Credit Mid-America, we’ve helped thousands of dreamers just like you build their rural homes, because rural is what we do.

Complete the online form to get your free construction guide. While supplies last.

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One simple loan process

We offer a convenient onetime closing product. That means you pay one set of closing costs and go through the application process only once.

12 months

12 months to complete your project

We offer a convenient and flexible draw schedule and 12 full months to complete your project. This will help construction go smoothly and make things more manageable for you and your builder.

100

100 years of rural lending

With nearly a century of experience in rural lending, Farm Credit knows the ins and outs of rural construction. It’s our specialty.



*Credit subject to approval. Farm Credit Mid-America serves the states of Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. Conversion of a construction loan to permanent financing is subject to a one-time fee of $350 for loans originated after April 30, 2015. Credit eligible customers must meet one of these criteria in order to have a loan with Farm Credit Mid-America: have at least 5 acres; live in a town with a population of 2,500 or less; have the intent to farm; or have at least $500 in annual gross farm income.