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Hmatute4_56, Home Buyer in Frederick, MD

my exwife will buy a house, i want to help her with my money in the 401k.used my exwife single name

Asked by Hmatute4_56, Frederick, MD Fri Jan 15, 2010

i shown faith estimate on my exwife name to withdrawal money from my 401k.. she has good credit

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You can gift funds to someone you can document a relationship with; as well as family. Many lenders will allow you to gift to an ex-spouse. This is easily documented.

I agree with Anna about checking with an accountant to see if you would have to pay any penalties since the home is not for yourself.
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Not knowing any details regarding finacial arrangements made upon your divorce it is in your best interest to seek the advice of any qualified loan officer(s) first-- and if you haven't already done so, check with your tax consultant regarding any penalties for 401K early withdrawals.

Anna
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Dear Frederick Home Buyer,

As an agent whose office is in Frederick, where it has been for the past 19 years, I would be happy to help you and your wife or ex-wife. I have extensive connections with attorneys and lenders with many years of experience in the Frederick area. I have no doubt we can help you.

Feel free to send an email or give me a call. Best regards.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Jan 15, 2010
Hi there,

Have she talk to a lender for other things to be met? It starts from a good credit. Assuming she has a good job and mortgage is affordable to her. Like what Robin says. "a gift must be from a blood related or spouse." We'll if you're divorce she is no longer your spouse I guess...

The best advice and help is a lender. Here's one that would help at no cost. Patricia Arnold 301-609-9000. Mention Tess she knows me.

Also, all of this concerns; you can be guided by a REALTOR. why not hire one. If she wants to buy let her call me. I don't charge anything but to provide you with answer the best I can. If I don't have the answer at that moment I'll find it somewhere else. No bother an e-mail can be a GREAT way to communicate.

Tess 301-659-5700 or http://www.RealTess.c21nm.com or Tess357@mris.com
Don't mind the "357" that's my late Dad's # that I have to keep.

Good luck

Tess
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Please have your wife check with the lender. A gift is supposed to be from either a spouse or blood relative. If you divorce decree says that your ex is entitled to some of your 401k funds, that could be different, and not considered a gift. Also, please re-read your question and try to phrase it in such a way that we really know what it is you are asking.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Jan 15, 2010
Hello,
That should not be a problem at all. What she would have to do get a gift letter for the lender stating you will be providing the funds. I am a realtor licensed in Md. And Pa. If I can be of any assistance to get you/her going in the right direction please give me a call. Best of luck.
Jenifer 301-514-9810.
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