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Jeff Hensel, Real Estate Pro in Oceanside, CA
Jeff Hensel answered:
Does anyone have any resources for Hard money lenders?
Please contact me next time you need financing in Texas. We have lender partnerships with very good programs in the Texas area.
1 vote Share Flag Mon Aug 31, 2015 Financing in 75034
Marco Bolado, Other/Just Looking in San Antonio, TX
Marco Bolado answered:
Does anyone know of a portfolio or hard money lender who can do $365K loan?
Contact me at your earliest convenience.

0 votes Share Flag Sun Jul 14, 2013 Financing in Frisco
Dave Davis, Real Estate Pro in Frisco, TX
Dave Davis answered:
I am looking to purchase a home in the next 6 months and was curious in today's market if I could get approved for anything with my 620-660
Dustin, Give me a call at 972-839-2695 there is a program in the area you can buy with 640 credit score. Also with a 0 down payment but you need to be looking now. It will take 45 days ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Jul 12, 2013 Financing in Frisco
Marie Souza…, Real Estate Pro in Centerville, MA
Marie Souza Team answered:
How can I have my mortgage and escrow account evaluated ?
What are your thoughts after all the advice below Mathew?
0 votes Share Flag Mon Nov 28, 2011 Financing in 75034
Brian Oeller…,  in Frisco, TX
Brian Oellermann answered:
Need investor financing for home with foundation work needed.
Your only option in this case would be to look into a hard money loan. This would allow him to finance the property and finance up to half the rehab costs. Your customer would then be ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Aug 18, 2011 Financing in Frisco
Jack Gillis, Real Estate Pro in Dallas, TX
Jack Gillis answered:
Want to help daughter get house in Frisco Tx < $170K with less than 10% DP & me as co borrower . Her credit not that good. Mine 750 plus.
There are many possibilities on this. For example, my lenders have programs available with scores as low as 580. However, there are other factors that must be considered for both of you ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Jul 21, 2011 Financing in Frisco
Bruce Lynn, Real Estate Pro in Coppell, TX
Bruce Lynn answered:
Where do I check for non owner occupant loans that do not require 20% plus as down payment?
Homepath is about the only place I know about, unless you are thinking of hard money loans with high interest rates and short balloons.

It will also depend on your credit.

I do no ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Jul 21, 2011 Financing in Frisco
James Gordon…, Real Estate Pro in Hamilton, OH
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
Is there anyway to get around having to put down a downpayment on new construction?
Lilly when the builder is making a home just for you, they will want to have some of your money in case you can not go through with the purchase. In this current environment most builde ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon May 24, 2010 Financing in 75034
Brad,  in 77058
Brad answered:
Self employed and FHA loan
Absolutely. Someone had answered you saying that FHA had some kind of 3 year rule... that is not correct. As for your income fluctuation and write downs, etc... a lender would need to l ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat May 22, 2010 Financing in 75034
John Cannata,  in Frisco, TX
John Cannata answered:
Escrow account query
Raja - I do not want to recap the answers you received below. Many are 100% accurate and appear to have answered the question for you.

My comment is regarding the PMI and Escrow. Si ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Mar 16, 2010 Financing in Frisco
Rob Purifoy, Real Estate Pro in Plano, TX
Rob Purifoy answered:
Home Improvement Financing Options
The FHA 203K loan is one way to go but it may cost you inspections and extra fees involved in that loan. Your other option is to apply for a home improvement loan after you close on the ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Mar 13, 2009 Financing in Frisco
Rob Purifoy, Real Estate Pro in Plano, TX
Rob Purifoy answered:
Any chance of 95-100% financing in this economic environment?
Hey Kevin, it used to be that you could have a lease signed and move on to another property. Today the lenders want to see a tax return with your lease property showing as such. So yes, ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Mar 6, 2009 Financing in Frisco
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