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Vance G. Dan…, Other/Just Looking in Lincoln, DE

have a bad loan

Asked by Vance G. Daniels, Lincoln, DE Mon Oct 11, 2010

trying to get my house refinance but i owe more on it !

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Vance, you can email me at timelsscapmtg@verizon.net and we can discuss your situation. I am in your local area in Seaford, DE and know the area better than those out of state.
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You will most likely not be able to refi your home, I would suggest you call our lender and request a loan modification.
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If you have not had any 30 day lates in the last 12 mos. you can get either a FannieMae DU Refi Plus or a FreddieMac Relief or Open Access loan depending which of these lenders have your current mortgage. You can go as high as 105% and refinance with another lender or you can go to your current lender servicer and go as high as 125%. If you do not have PMI currently you will not be required to have with your new loan.
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You're going to have a difficult time refinancing, if you owe more on the home than it will appraise for. There are programs available for those circumstances, check with your lender.
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Alan May, Real Estate Pro in 60201
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Try for a loan modification.
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Don Tepper, Real Estate Pro in Fairfax, VA
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If you have an FHA loan you could be eligible for a streamline refinance. You don't do an appraisal with a streamline and you could take advantage of the lower rates.

I would do some research on modifications before you do it. A Modification could show up negatively on your credit. It could be the best option for you too, I don't know your situation, I would just go in with open eyes.

Ken
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Vance if owe more than house is currently worth, your most option is to contact your current lender, ask for the home retention department and ask them to complete a loan modifciation on your loan. You should gather some info before calling, you will need the last 2 years tax returns, your last 2 paystubs, your last 3 months bank statements, a list of what you make for income and a list of your expenses, credit cards and or car payments. If you are experiencing a hardship such as a loss of job, a decrease an income, divorce or sickness, wrote a brief outline of what you are experiencing and how it will improve if granted this loan modification. you will need to be patient but persistant.
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You sound as though you are "Upside Down".

If this is the case - call you current loan provider and ask if they would consider modifying your loan. This is cheaper to do than a refinance - and serves the same purpose.

Good Luck!

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Gerard Dunn
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