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Ter, Home Buyer in Santa Monica, CA

If my credit score is aroudn 650 what is the chance of getting a 0 down payment loan for a $500,000 loan in

Asked by Ter, Santa Monica, CA Sun Apr 5, 2009

santa monica. And can I still get a seocnd for the down payment and a little extra for fixing up etc...

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I can arrange 0.5% Down Payment for Sure with your credit score ( there is a possibility of Zero down as well!)

Please feel free to call me 424-777-9377 - i'll be happy to help you out.




Thank you for your time.


Should you have any questions - please feel free to call me Toll Free: 1-855-TRUST-55 (1-855-878-7855) ext. 777.



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7 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Apr 11, 2012
If you are a first time buyer a 650 score will be met the min score required for a

FHA loan. ( min score needed is 640).

If you need downpayment assistance contact the California Housing Finance Agency.
http://www.calhfa.ca.gov/homeownership

They offer programs with little or no downpayment, and a 650 score meets their min requirments.


As for the amount of loan you will qualify for there are factors other than your credit score that come into play.

Only a lender can tell you the amount you will actually qualify for, after they review your credit, income and debts .

Best of luck to you.

Kawain Payne, Realtor
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 28, 2012
Dear Ter,

There are different kinds of FHA loans that are available for you...from the 3.5% down or the 203(k) loans. I suggest you get in touch with a Direct FHA Lender so that you can ensure you're getting the best rates and programs in your range. I have a dedicated representative I can refer you to for further research.

Mr. Houtan Hormozian
American Guardian Home Loans
(949) 242-5215
hhormozian@amguardian.com

Good Luck!
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Apr 7, 2009
Ter...as in mysTERious?...

Gotta admit, we're with the crowd - FHA with 31/2% down is the way to go...and if you're a first time buyer, you can get an $8,000 tax credit. We're currently condo shopping with a client in Ocean Park, Santa Monica using the same scenario.

As for the second - you'll need to have some equity definitely a chat to be had with your lender.

Best….

Jodi Summers
The SoCal Investment Real Estate Group
Sotheby’s International Realty
jodi@jodisummers.com
http://www.SantaMonicaLandmarks.com
http://www.SantaMonicaPropertyBlog.com
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Apr 7, 2009
Ter,
Your best prospect is the FHA 203k. You can put 3.5% down - all of which can be a gift from family - and finance improvements into the loan - up to 110% of the finished value. We will consider scores in the low 600's as well.
Feel free to call me for more info (925) 831-6274.

Good luck!

Jim
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 6, 2009
Ter, Only if you have a time machine.

FHA loans are available with just 3.5% down. FHA loan limits vary by county. USDA(moderate income) and VA loans are the only available 100% financing loans these days. I have blogs below about thesse programs.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 6, 2009
This is the type of loan that got us in this mess, you need to put up some of your own money. I am a mortgage broker and I have a lender to finance you but don't call me because I won't do the loan.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 6, 2009
Hi Ter,

You're kidding, right?
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 6, 2009
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