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Jeffrey Hens…, Real Estate Pro in
Jeffrey Hensel answered:
I need a Commercial Lender in Orange County area.
North Coast Financial lends on commercial property in California.
3 votes Share Flag Thu Aug 25, 2016 Financing in La Habra
Jeffrey Hens…, Real Estate Pro in
Jeffrey Hensel answered:
is there any lenders out there that will do a refi for 285,000 equilty is about 850,000 but credit is 511 due to a divorce help really dont want to?
North Coast Financial has been lending in Orange County and California for over 35 years. ... more
3 votes Share Flag Thu Aug 25, 2016 Financing in Orange County
Jeffrey Hens…, Real Estate Pro in
Jeffrey Hensel answered:
Is anyone doing 75% ARV Hard Money loans in California?? It is an REO with no rehab. I need anything close to $692k.
Most hard money lenders will lend up to 75-80% of the current value of the property. Using ARV makes the loan riskier and thus more expensive for the borrower.
4 votes Share Flag Wed Jun 29, 2016 Financing in 92602
Susie Kay, Real Estate Pro in Dallas, TX
Susie Kay answered:
Builder preferred lender with tough requirements. How should I go for outside lender without risk of loosing new construction home?
I would suggest that you talk to your agent and ask for suggestions. Then have you agent talk to the builder.
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jun 28, 2016 Financing in 92618
Derek Jones, Real Estate Pro in Fair Oaks, CA
Derek Jones answered:
Questions regarding the HomeReady program
Check out their website It goes over requirements such as credit score of higher than 620 etc.
0 votes Share Flag Fri Jun 24, 2016 Financing in Orange County
Martinanguia…, Home Buyer in New York, NY
Martinanguiano answered:
FHA loan 3.5% downpayment. Are there also closing cost that must come out of pocket?
Yes closing cost are also out of pocket
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jun 22, 2016 Financing in Huntington Beach
jumbosource, Real Estate Pro in Valdosta, FL
jumbosource answered:
Where can I find a super jumbo loan in CA with 90% LTV?
For primary homes - you can do 95% up to 1mil. Or 90% up to 2 million. Full income and asset documentation needed. 700 credit.

Thank you,
Jumbo Mortgage Source
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jun 15, 2016 Financing in Laguna Niguel
Natalie Midd…, Real Estate Pro in Washington, DC
Natalie Middleton answered:
Can a foreign national get a mortgage loan in US (for investment purposes)? How hard?
YES! I work with International Home Buyers and Foreign Investors to purchase property here in the US with a mortgage loan. There are special very well established International and USA ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu May 5, 2016 Financing in 92782
Johnny Flynn, Real Estate Pro in Winter Park, FL
Johnny Flynn answered:
Approximately how much would it cost to build a 1400 sq ft home in Orange County?
I think a reasonable cost would be in the $150 per square foot range, although you might be able to get it done for a little less (maybe in the $125 range).

Our research indicates th ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue May 3, 2016 Financing in San Juan Capistrano
Richard Litt…, Real Estate Pro in Orange, CA
Richard Littlefield answered:
Are there anyone offering HELOC for a rental property (with zero mortgage) in California? If yes, please let me know. Thanks.
I can give you 100% first mortgage on a 1-4 units. (Rate between 4% to 5.25% depending on several factors.) Not a line of credit, but depending on your needs it may work.

Otherwise ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Apr 27, 2016 Financing in 92637
Alex Greer, Real Estate Pro in San Jose, CA
Alex Greer answered:
are there any programs in Irvine to help buyers?WE

I do not check replies, so if you have a comment or question email me here:

Alex Greer
Loan Officer
NMLS #1056079
http://www. ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Mar 14, 2016 Financing in Irvine
Info, Home Buyer in Houston, TX
Info answered:
Has anyone had any success with doing an FHA streamline refinance?
It's always worth it to at least attempt an FHA Streamline Refinance if it's going to give you any benefit whatsoever. Your best bet is to talk to Home Loans For All. I will include a l ... more
4 votes Share Flag Sat Jan 16, 2016 Financing in 92618
Claudia Mull…, Real Estate Pro in
Claudia Muller Gravelle answered:
Is it possible to get a conventional loan for a NOO home/condo with 5% down?
Actually there is a 'bank police' that monitors your loan for 12 months after closing the transaction.
Welcome to the computer age.
FNMA, Freddie Mac and GNMA (and all other investors ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jan 6, 2016 Financing in Orange
Claudia Mull…, Real Estate Pro in
Claudia Muller Gravelle answered:
The FHA funding fee is added to my loan amount and is also showing up on my closing cost disclosure. Why is that?
As a lender:
The MIP must be shown as a charge to you. It will be offset as a cost to close by the increased loan amount.
MIP will be on the charge to you side of your closing statem ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Dec 8, 2015 Financing in Orange
Cindydavisbr…, Home Buyer in Los Angeles, CA
Cindydavisbroker answered:
Please let me know the best way to withdraw a mortage application
Just call them and tell them you got a better deal elsewhere. No one will feel offended. This happens every day.
0 votes Share Flag Thu Oct 8, 2015 Financing in Woodbridge
Golda Savage, Real Estate Pro in Venice, CA
Golda Savage answered:
are the property taxes different if I am 60 yrs of age and selling my property and buying a new property?
Over 55? California Property Tax Relief

Proposition 60 and Proposition 90

It does not pertain to every county.

If either yourself or if you have a spouse who is over age 55 (wh ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Sep 28, 2015 Financing in 92886
Art Welch, Real Estate Pro in Mission Viejo, CA
Art Welch answered:
I know, I know, another 10% vs 20% down scenario
How did you do your calculations the 10% down should be a higher rate? The 20% has no MI did you look at all the closing costs 10 vs 20? Also you might look at 20% down but a fixed at ... more
1 vote Share Flag Wed Jul 22, 2015 Financing in 92692
Bill Caiazzo, Real Estate Pro in Huntington Beach, CA
Bill Caiazzo answered:
Is anyone doing any ARV loans in California? I am rehabbing houses with min repairs but home value is at 1M Pls. email at
I have worked with several investors, and have hard-money lenders to provide financing. Terms of these loans vary, but the best terms I've found are: 90% LTV on the purchase price (not ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jul 14, 2015 Financing in 92648
Tony Grech, Real Estate Pro in Southfield, MI
Tony Grech answered:
How much of a down payment would someone need to purchase say a sixplex for 1,875,000 and what would the income requirements be?
Hi Mike
Anything over 4 units would be considered commercial property and thus would fall under different guidelines than financing a home for example. You'd need to speak to a bank th ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jul 7, 2015 Financing in Huntington Beach
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