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Jessie, Home Buyer in Salinas, CA

Is it possible to get a second home loan without giving a down payment?

Asked by Jessie, Salinas, CA Mon Feb 18, 2008

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Jessica
Okay, so you need some additional cash and want to use the equity in your home, is that right?
A couple of points:
1. I am not a financial advisor. I do not know your situation.
2. If you need money there are a couple of different avenues:
a) do without
b) Cut back on your spending
c) Increase your income
d) A combination of b and c
e) Get a loan - last option.

If you DO get a loan, how will you pay it back? How long will it take?
I strongly suggest you meet with a counselor to discuss your LONG TERM and SHORT TERM goals. Don't just get a Home Equity Line of Credit and think it's all going to be okay!
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Keith Sorem, Real Estate Pro in Glendale, CA
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The second loan I want to get would be my primary home. I'm sorry for the confusion!!
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Lots of "ifs" on this one. The answer is yes and no. If the second home will become your primiary residence and it fits the investors guidelines. If not a whole different set of questions. Email what you are trying to do and I will get back to you.
Tony Grego - Indiana Mortgage Broker
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Jessica
I am confused. Could you please re-state your question so you receive the answers that will help?
Do you mean to ask:
1. Can I get a loan to purchase a second home, investment, or vacation property, without a having to put down a down payment?
2. Can I obtain a second trust deed (meaning my home has equity, I need some cash, can I borrow against my home)?
Please respond.
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Keith Sorem, Real Estate Pro in Glendale, CA
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If you can get financing for a purchase of a home, many times the financing will include a second loan as part of the financing package. Do you mean at time of purchase?
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