Is it possible to keep my low rates while moving mortgage to LLC?

For reference, I have Rocket Mortgage (Quicken Loans) as the lender (gave me the best rates at the time) and I’m not sure if anyone had any experience with it. I did the “house hack” method so the FHA loan and low rates were great. I saw something about a due-on-sale clause and a mortgage acceleration clause.

I don’t want to give up my current rates. If there’s no option I’ll keep them in my name but if there’s a way to transfer to LLC without having to mess with my rates or financing or whatever I’d be very happy

@land_master what does MFH mean? Multi-Family Housing?

I’ve heard that with subject-to deals, even if the lender has a due on sale clause, a lot of them won’t care as long as the payments keep coming in. This may be different when there’s a huge change in the interest rate, but maybe it’s a case-by-case thing.


  1. find and read your agreements
  2. they probably have “due on sale” clauses
  3. the people who sell courses on “subject-to” will tell you that “banks never enforce that” - but I’ve seen evidence to the contrary.
  4. if all else fails you can always call the bank and ask.