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jsp_ddp2001, Home Buyer in Philadelphia, PA

What lenders in the Philadelphia area are still offering 80/15/5 loans? Are you able to combine construction loan with 80/15/5 loans?

Asked by jsp_ddp2001, Philadelphia, PA Sun Nov 10, 2013

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No 80-15- 5s don't exist any where I know of, but I think you would be better off doing a straight 95% LTV anyway. You can refi a construction loan as a Rate/Term to 95%LTV. assuming you can document the cost of construction.

Call our lending dept, we are located in Wayne.

484 302 4300
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The mortgage options available to you depend largely on your credit score and the amount of your liquid assets. I have structured creative property financing deals for several investors. I'm sure that we can create a unique financing package based on your specific situation. Please give me a call or an email so that we can get started.

Thanks, and I look forward to hearing back from you soon!

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Jo Major
Keller Williams Realty Group
JoMajor.kw@gmail.com
267.634.3256
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I am not aware of any 80/15/5 in the current market. In certain situations I am able to offer 80/10/10 which is still seen as progressive by modern standards.
Web Reference: http://www.ronbeebe.com
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