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I have $100,000. to put down on a condo. oweing a balance of $40,000. The property is worth $219. where do I?

Asked by Iamamoodychic, Florida Center North, Orlando, FL Mon Apr 27, 2009

go to get a loan until one of my other properties sells to pay the $40,000 off. Lenders do not want to Lender $40,000?

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Have you had an appraisal done on the condo? I would suggest you submit this question to several lenders.
Is the condo listed with an agent? Is it a short sale or foreclosure? Have you made an offer?
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Aug 22, 2009
Some other ideas:

You could possibly take out a $40,000 home equity loan on your residence, a second mortgage on another investment property, a cash advance on a credit line, a 401-K loan, a personal loan from a bank, credit union, friend, relative, or business associate.

If you can't do any of these, stop here and work on your personal finances until your net worth allows you to borrow $40,000 unsecured.


Good luck!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jun 24, 2009
I would suggest a local bank and also look at doing a baloon not with the seller.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 27, 2009
I recommend that you call Bob Pitts or Harrison Black on the Housing Finance Team with Baldwin Housing Alliance 251-980-2075 or 251-233-3356 to see if they can assist with getting you the financing you need. They are very motivated and creative in this area and may be able to help you.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 27, 2009
Possibly a personal loan.??
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 27, 2009
Your question is confusing. How do you know the property is worth $219K?

It seems like with $100K down and only a $40K loan you shouldn't have any trouble finding a lender, so long as you are putting the loan against the property you're buying. However, I doubt you'll be able to find a bridge loan these days - but you could try. Any kind of equity loans are tough right now, and if your other properties are for sale, you won't be able to do a conventional Home Equity Line.

Perhaps you can get a loan against an retirement account? You can also try a signature loan or advance from a credit card - but you better be sure you're comfortable with the terms. Look not just at the real estate liens you can get, but also other assets you have
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 27, 2009
You might talk to a lender about a Briege Loan.
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