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Fred Glick, Real Estate Pro in Santa Monica, CA
Fred Glick answered:
are home loans still available without income verification?
Under federal law, any mortgage must have ful income documentation to qualify for a mortgage.

If you and your grandmother have the income to qualify, then it can work.

Good luck,
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FSBOsuccess, Home Seller in 28590
FSBOsuccess answered:
We have a gross income of $75k, no debt , and credit scores above 700. What can we afford? We pay $1515 in rent but are considering buying.
One of the best calculators is at bankrate.com. You can do your own calculations.
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Bob McClure, Real Estate Pro in Walled Lake, MI
Bob McClure answered:
FHA refinancing - up front MIP
good afternoon....the prorated ufmip refund from your existing loan will show as a credit on the closing statement when you close the new loan...you don't have to do anything....
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Connie Bramb…, Real Estate Pro in Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Connie Bramble answered:
I'm an international student in US. i have been working for 2 year at a foreign bank in VIetnam before.
Hi Trang,
Do you file income taxes in the US? Do you have a job here to meet the payment requirements? Do you have a green card? You may be able to purchase something, you need to s ... more
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Dave Osborne, Real Estate Pro in Orange, CA
Dave Osborne answered:
If you're currently underwater and don't qualify for the government loan modification programs, what are the
Are you referring to the programs announced today? You can see the requirements for those spelled out on my Trulia Blog:

http://www.trulia.com/blog/dave_osborne/2009/03/home_afforda ... more
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Cristal Drake…,  in Fullerton, CA
Cristal Drake Fullerton Realtor - North Orange County Real Estate Agent answered:
What is the different between apply CALHFA to approved lender and apply through mortgage agent / brokerage?
Hi John!
I am not sure that I am understanding your question. Are you asking the difference between CALHFA and FHA? I have some great lenders that are very familiar with all types of ... more
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