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Can anyone recommend a lender who will offer a new home purchase mortgage, 15 year fixed rate, around $200k, 65% LTV, using assets instead of income?

Asked by Chrisp, Thu Dec 13, 2012

I'm young (45) and semi-retired. I have some self employment/business income but my wife recently quit her job. We have $3MM assets, $2MM liquid, zero debt. Assets earn significant annual investment income. Looking for a lender who will finance based on my assets and income from them rather than employment. I'd pay cash, but with 15 year rates under 3% I'd rather arbitrage and keep the difference between the mortgage interst and what I am earning off the assets as they are invested.

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Contact Matt Dean - Security National Mortgage Company in Lakeway

Matt Dean - 512-617-9436
Matt.Dean@snmc.com
http://www.austinhomeloans.org/

He will take excellent care of you.
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I am a loan officer based in Austin with 30 years in the mortgage business, let's discuss your options. Feel free to contact me.

Bart Gabe

http://www.bartprequalifies.com

800 315 8803 or 512 686 2750

bartegabe@yahoo.com - best email


NMLS# 20743 - my licensing information

http://www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org/ - link to look up my license number
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Chrisp,
Try Joe.
Joe Kralik
Branch Manager, NMLS#251080
Weststar Mortgage Inc.
9442 N. Capital of Texas Hwy,
Bldg 1, Ste 500
Austin, TX 78759
office: 512-343-3610
cell: 512-431-1095
fax: 800-373-1681
email: joekralik@weststarmortgage.com

Bill
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Chris, I have an excellent lender who can probably do this type of loan for you through his company. His name is JD Cobb and his phone number direct is 512-557-8582. I talked to him earlier today and I know he is on his way out of town until Monday, but you can probably connect with him and start the process.

Also, if you're not yet working with a good Realtor, feel free to give me a call and I will discuss assisting you. If you're buying a brand-new home and think it is better to do it on your own and that you will save the commission etc., that is not how it works and I will be happy to explain the process. I worked for new homebuilders in the past and the commission for the buyers agent is built in as a cost and is NOT given back to the buyer as most people assume.

Joe Jarusinsky, Realtor/Master Instructor, Keller Williams Realty 512-261-4415
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I'd try Advancial Credit Union (located in Dallas, TX) or BofI (Bank of Internet) Federal Bank, as they both have asset based qualifying loan programs.

https://www.advancial.org/
https://www.bankofinternet.com/bofi/Mortgage.aspx

Shane Milne | Lending in all 50 states | NMLS #81195
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Chris,

Unless your tax returns show enough income with the dividends, interest and net income from self employment, go to wherever you have you $3MM. They will give you a margin loan on a mortgage having secondary collateral of your cash without the need for any income verification.

Standard mortgage lenders are income based because of Dodd-Frank.

Good luck,

Fred
Web Reference: http://usloans.com
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Thanks, that's the first place I went but the margin rates are significantly higher and the arbitrage doesn't work.
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