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Marija, Home Buyer in Wilmette, IL

Does anyone have suggestions for portfolio lenders that can provide financing for house in Wilmette?

Asked by Marija, Wilmette, IL Tue Jan 19, 2010

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Alan May’s answer
I agree with John Nash.

North Shore Community Bank in Wilmette (847-853-1145), and ask for Betsy Hohman. She's a bit of a miracle worker, and incredibly competent. Tell her I sent you.
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Alan May, Real Estate Pro in Evanston, IL
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We are providing a private funds for home buyers, now you as a home buyer you can buy with bad credit or purchase a home who needs a repairs.
If you are buyers who holding up with the purchase of the home because your credit issues:
bankruptcy
short sale
foreclosure
collections
tax liens
no FICO Score
Or another group who can't qualify because non-livable condition properties?

We can offer a private financing, and find the right properties in North-Shore area.
call for details 847-920-4676 or email homebybrokers@yahoo.com
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If you ever wished you had a brother in real estate, well, here's a couple great resources for you. I know 50 lenders & would hire from the short list here:

Todd Schwartz: tschwartz@lefhome.com
Larry Steinway: http://www.bairdwarner.com/larry.steinway
Reed Brunzell: reed.brunzell@53.com

You're in Wilmette - small world, I just moved a client to Wilmette this weekend on Kin Ct!
Web Reference: http://www.wilsonliving.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jan 31, 2010
Hi Marija,

The vast majority of lenders do sell their loans after making them especially if they are conforming--under 417,000. Lenders that I would talk to see if they have something that might work for you are North Shore Community Bank in Wilmette and The Private Bank in Skokie. They both know the Wilmette community and do loans here regularly. Feel free to call or email if you have more questions. http://www.JohnNashHomes.com .
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jan 19, 2010
Hi,

It really depends on what you are trying to do. Are you an occupant buyer or an investor? Are you looking for a rehab loan or a regular loan? What kind of downpayment do you plan to make?

So many questions need to be asked before you move too much further. Your best option is to call an experienced Loan Officer (hopefully me), run your scenario past them, and have them offer you the best options for your situation.
Good luck in your endeavors. I hope it all works out for you.
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