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You would not get a construction loan now and build in 3 years. Who can say what you qualify for in 3 years. Since we have no idea of your debts or credit we have no way to answer you as to if you could qualify now or not. A loan office that knew everything could tell you --- why not go see one and ask? It's free.... more
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It is possible with that fico score to get VA financing, however I suggest to simply apply online for a more concrete look at the scenario. You can easily go to www.wichitahomeloans.com and use the apply now feature. Only takes a few moments, and we can get you on the proper path!... more
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The 3.5% is you downpayment not your closing cost did your Loan Officer not go over this with you? If not find a different LO as he/she does not know FHA.
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Start the process right 1st by talking to a Licensed Mortgage Professional to determine who much home you can afford and whether you are credit wordy and is there an ability to repay the loan.
The Mortgage Professional will give you a conditional approval letter to take to the realtor.
Once the realtor has found your home you should get it inspected to determine if it’s structurally safe (have the realtor recommend one locally) and be sure to ask your realtor to negotiate a home warranty paid by the seller.
Now is the time to determine and negotiate you rate and terms with the Loan Officer who is responsible to order an appraisal that you will be responsible to pay for prior to the arrival of the appraiser.
You’re Mortgage Professional / Loan Officer will be responsible to guide you the rest of the process and should not take more than 30 days.
DURING THIS PERIOD DO NOT TAKE ON ANY ADDITIONAL DEBT UNTIL THE LOAN IS CLOSED AS YOU WILL BE DENIED THE LOAN.
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If you have good credit, several of the local banks will. I would try Alliance, Kaw Valley, Capital City. They will probably want 30% down for an investment loan, unfortunately. If you are solid solid solid and have plenty of assets, I would talk with Mark Ault at Alliance Bank. He'll look at the whole picture rather than try and fit you into a mold. Hope this helps.... more
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I wanted to discuss a little known feature of the VA loan program. It's called the IRRL loan which stands for Interest Rate Reduction Loan.If you already have a current VA loan and have been current
Good question...the appraisal you had done is typically "owned" by the lender as they were the client for the appraisal. They used that appraisal to make a decision about whether they could do a refinance on the property. Since the appraisal came in short, the refi wouldn't work. Although I am not a lender my understanding is the report will stay with "their file". It is not a matter of public record. You are free to go to another lender who may pull a different appraiser, and that appraiser may use other comparables or the same ones if those were the best sales available. An owner sets the listing price of their home, and real estate agents/Realtors advise as to whether or not that price is realistic based on recent sales in your market area and current market conditions. There is a chance you could sell it, receive your asking price, and pull the same appraiser when the buyer's lender has it appraised. (Unless its a cash sale then it may not be an issue if the cash buyer doesn't obtain an appraisal.) However, a good appraiser should place weight on the fact you marketed the property with a reasonable amount of marketing time/sxposure and secured a buyer at the purchase price. (If they are being truly objective and not subjective.) My suggestion is to get a market analysis done on your home by two different Realtors. From that information and the past appraisal that was done you should be able to see if the lower value is a market change or just lack of effort. Your current lender may be willing to get a second appraisal if you are willing to pay for it or wait a certain amount of time and have it re-appraised. Best of Luck! R Dillon Manhattan, KS... more