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justin, Home Buyer in Destin, FL

I am wanting to purchase a home in Sandestin for between 550000 and 600000. I am only wanting to put around 50000 down. What options do I have?

Asked by justin, Destin, FL Mon Jan 14, 2013

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We have a JUMBO program that allows for 10% if you have above a 720 middle credit score. We lend nationwide, so feel free to call us at 800 315 8803.
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Bart
Are there any restrictions for zip code 32550? The credit score is not an issue. We are just in the beginning stage and trying to get info. Thanks
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I have a loan product that will allow you to have 90% Combined loan to value via an 80% 1st mortgage and a 10% 2nd mortgage. The main stips are a 680+ credit score, and you must be able to document that you have 20% that could be put down, you just do not want to put that much cash down. We would have to find a lender willing to make the 10% 2nd mortgage for you also.

This product can finance loans > $417,000 as well. I am local, located on the west end of Panama City Beach.

Mike Tarleton
Bank of England
NMLS #264821
706-888-0980
mtarleton@englending.com
http://www.bankofengland.us
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Mike
When getting a load is it strictly based on the sale price of the home or is it the appraised value when calculating the 80%? For instance if I purchase a home for 550,000 but it appraises for 700,000 is it necessary to do an 80/20 since you already have the 20% in equity. Then I would simply be getting a loan for 805 of the home value. Thanks for your response
Flag Fri Jan 25, 2013
Always a good first step to visit with a reputable lender to discuss financing options first - Good Luck!
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Hi Justin, Your lender will look at your total financial picture to determine how much of a mortgage you can qualify for. Every person is different so talk to a "local lender" like LeeAnn Arrigo at Beach Community Bank and get prequalified. In the meantime, have you already picked out a place or a Realtor? If not, I'd love to help you find what you are looking for. Here's Lee Ann's contact info- she's great!
Lee Ann Arrigo - Beach Community Mortgage
Bus: (850) 315-4100
Mobile: (850) 461-1018
Bus Fax: (850) 315-4102
E-mail: leeanna@beachcommunitymortgage.com
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If you have seen a lender and they tell you 15% is the minimum down payment, there are some great houses in Sandestin that you could qualify to purchase. As an example, there is a 3/3 built in 1993 nearly 2500 square feet that should be in your price range. Give me call for details. Pat 850-830-5541
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Will this be a primary or secondary residence? Are you looking at the single family detached home or a condo? The answers to these questions help determing the type of funding and the specific requirements for down payments. Working with a local lender is defintely a time saver here in the Destin market. It will save time, effort and heartache.
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Primary residence and it is a single family detached.
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Justin, I contacted a lender friend of mine, unfortunately the only options is that they would require a minimum of 15% down. Loan programs would be 3/3 ARM, 5/5 ARM, 15 year fixed or 30 year fixed. The fixed rate loans would have a higher interest rate. The minimum credit score for this LTV would be 760 and the program is not allowed for condos.

I hope this answers your question. Please let me know if there is anything further I can provide. I can be reached at KenKoger@gmail.com or 850-621-2347.

Have a great day!

Ken
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Working with an Accredited Buyer's Representative like myself Certified in Residential Sales is imperative in any purchase. The first step to the process is to become prequalified for your purchase. I would suggest a conversation with Regions Mortgage Lender Debbie.Parmer@
Regions.com or you may call her today at 850-585-8448. She can assist you through the process of prequalification and give you guidance as to the very best financing options that you have.

Are you specifically looking for a primary residence, a condo, or a townhome? They all carry very different financing options and it will be based on the property being your primary home or a secondary home as well as your credit score. I can assist you through the process from start to finish and look forward to assisting you.
Warmly yours,

Kelly Klein, Lifeguard Real Estate, Inc.
850-420-2480
Kelly@KellyKleinSoldMine.com
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Kelly
I already have been pre qualified through Regions but as this is a Jumbo amount they do not have any options other than 25% down on anything over 417000. I do not want to deplete my cash supply by that amount.
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Hi Justin,

I would advise speaking with a Mortgage broker 1st. Purchasing with less than 10% down will be very hard unless you go FHA, USDA, or VA. I did some research and it appears that the limit for FHA in Walton county is only 362,790. If you have a bank that you work with that will do an in house loan and you are a "Private Client" you may be able to find an attractive financing deal that may work. In most cases on a conventional loan we are seeing banks require 20% down. I hope this helps. Feel free to call me for a list of competitive lenders.

Clayton Bonjean
850-585-1284
brokerclayton@gmail.com
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Good Morning Justin,

Regarding financing, it will depend totally on the type of property (single family, condo, etc) as to your down payment. I ran the stats and their are currently 36 properties in Sandestin that fit that description on the market .
Running the numbers, you will be cutting it close on the down payment as most want 20% down. At $500k that would be $100k down. You may have other options if this will be your primary residence.....if not, you may have to lower your price point.

Hope this helps.
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It will be my primary residence as we are relocating.
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