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Jennifer Bee…, Real Estate Pro in California
Great news for rates today came from the FED meeting! The tapering of funds everyone had been fearing and raising rates over is not going to happen untill at least 2015. Rates started to come down after… Read more
Blogged Sun Oct 6, 2013 by Jennifer Beeston Home Buying Financing Investment Properties
Rob Weber, Real Estate Pro in Chicago, IL
Rob Weber answered:
I need a new loan for a friend that owes $600k on a $450k home. It is neither a Fannie nor a Freddie loan.
You have 3 options

1) Continue making payments
2) Short sale
3) Load Modification

"Default" is an option of last resort and should only be considered when you can no longer make ... more
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Meandtippy2, Home Buyer in West Branch, IA
Meandtippy2 answered:
if you buy a manufactured home are you only buying the home and not the land?
I live in a manufactured home in which I own the land and is not a park. Every mh is different, some are in parks that have park rent, some have hoa fees, some do not. There are actuall ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Aug 21, 2013 Financing in Santa Cruz
Richard Litt…, Real Estate Pro in Orange County, CA
Richard Littlefield answered:
Mortgage Question: Our Mortgage Payment includes an Escrow Payment that was opened due to delinquent
Well, has your credit been ruined in this process?

If not maybe we can refinance it, and pay off the taxes at the same time. Call me even if has been ruined and let's see if we can f ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Aug 20, 2013 Financing in 95066
Kristina McC…, Real Estate Pro in Walnut Creek, CA
When purchasing home, there are two things to keep in mind; the cost of the HOME and the cost of the MONEY you need to borrow in order to buy it. While the cost of the home is a no brainer (it's the price… Read more
Blogged Sat Aug 10, 2013 by Kristina McCann Home Buying Financing Property Q&A
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Aimee and An…, Real Estate Pro in Santa Cruz, CA
What goes up, must come down. We've all heard the old saying.How about the new saying of "What goes down must come up"?As low as interest rates have dropped, the blunt reality is they can't stay at record… Read more
Blogged Thu Apr 11, 2013 by Aimee and Angel Market Conditions Home Buying Financing
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Patti Lyles, Real Estate Pro in Santa Cruz, CA
  Happy Trails to you . . . until we meet again, ♫ Patti Lyles - the REAL PerformerCentury 21 Showcase, REALTORS ®831-335-2100Patti@PattiLyles.comhttp://www.SantaCruzCountyShortSales.com… Read more
Blogged Wed Jan 26, 2011 by Patti Lyles Home Buying Financing In My Neighborhood
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Susan Bolste…, Real Estate Pro in Santa Cruz, CA
CARHAF Launches Mortgage Protection Program   According to the California Association of Realtors (C.A.R.), more than 5,500 first-time home buyers were approved for C.A.R.'s Housing Affordability Fund… Read more
Blogged Thu Dec 16, 2010 by Susan Bolster-Grant Market Conditions Home Buying Financing
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Susan Bolste…, Real Estate Pro in Santa Cruz, CA
Government Program Surveys Are You Eligible? The government programs currently available to homeowners can be valuable resources, but only if you know which ones are right for your situation. That’s… Read more
Blogged Fri Dec 3, 2010 by Susan Bolster-Grant Market Conditions Financing Foreclosure
Susan Bolste…, Real Estate Pro in Santa Cruz, CA
CARHAF Launches Mortgage Protection Program   According to the California Association of Realtors (C.A.R.), more than 5,500 first-time home buyers were approved for C.A.R.'s Housing Affordability Fund… Read more
Blogged Wed Dec 1, 2010 by Susan Bolster-Grant Market Conditions Home Buying Financing
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Susan Bolste…, Real Estate Pro in Santa Cruz, CA
What is a Conforming Loan? Many lenders create home mortgages that are later sold to other investors. These loans are usually sold on the secondary money market to Fannie Mae (Federal National Mortgage… Read more
Blogged Wed Dec 1, 2010 by Susan Bolster-Grant Market Conditions Home Buying Financing
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Susan Bolste…, Real Estate Pro in Santa Cruz, CA
Should I Use a Broker or a Lender?   With the myriad of mortgage alternatives available, it simplifies matters to think in terms of two options. You can either use the services of a mortgage broker.… Read more
Blogged Wed Dec 1, 2010 by Susan Bolster-Grant Market Conditions Home Buying Financing
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Susan Bolste…, Real Estate Pro in Santa Cruz, CA
Besides the costs of refinancing, you may want to consider other potential disadvantages before signing on the dotted line. For example, if you cash out some of the equity in your home, you will own less… Read more
Blogged Tue Nov 30, 2010 by Susan Bolster-Grant Home Buying Home Selling Financing
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Susan Bolste…, Real Estate Pro in Santa Cruz, CA
New credit score tailored for lenders FICO has released a new credit-scoring product – FICO® 8 Mortgage Score – that is specifically designed for mortgage lenders and provides a more precise… Read more
Blogged Thu Nov 4, 2010 by Susan Bolster-Grant Home Buying Financing Credit Score
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Susan Bolste…, Real Estate Pro in Santa Cruz, CA
Mortgage Rate Outlook   Sep. 3, 2010 -- The economic news has certainly been nothing to cheer about over the last month or two, but at least some important indicators don't suggest that any double-dip… Read more
Blogged Tue Oct 5, 2010 by Susan Bolster-Grant Home Buying Home Selling Financing
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Susan Bolste…, Real Estate Pro in Santa Cruz, CA
Figuring Out the Numbers:Not only does owning a home give you a haven for yourself and your family, it also makes great financial sense because of the tax benefits — which you can’t take… Read more
Blogged Mon Sep 20, 2010 by Susan Bolster-Grant Home Buying Financing Property Q&A
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Connie, Real Estate Pro in New Jersey
Connie answered:
Looking for a 90%ltv cash out refinance to pay off c/c debt. Any info would be appreciated.?
yes there is a way to do 90% ltv with debt consolidation. need score of 650 or higher and i would need to know what state
0 votes Share Flag Wed Sep 8, 2010 Financing in Santa Cruz
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