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TerriVellios…, Real Estate Pro in Campbell, CA
TerriVellios.Com answered:
Less than 20% down payment?
Yes, there are programs with as low as 3% down depending on the house, your credit, etc. It's best to talk with trusted lender.

I can recommend one for you.

www.davidsetti.com
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0 votes Share Flag Wed Jan 15, 2014 Financing in 94043
Oggi Kashi, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Oggi Kashi answered:
How to find others for real estate investment - to buy multi-unit building in sub $2m range.?
The best way is to ask your agent to reach out to the realtor community for such partnerships. They can also possibly advertise for such a scenario. Clients buying TIC's do it al ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Feb 23, 2012 Financing in Mountain View
Ruth & P…, Real Estate Pro in 95030
Ruth & Perry Mistry answered:
My wife and I own an investment property in Mountain View, CA. The property has 2 mortgages. We would like to refinance to one mortgage but out LTV
Hi Concerened

Do call Boris at 925-699-1210 and let him know I referred you.

Best Regards and Goodluck.
Perry
408-656-5343
0 votes Share Flag Tue May 25, 2010 Financing in Mountain View
Adrian Hunti…, Real Estate Pro in 94105
Adrian Huntington answered:
I just found that my credit score is 675. It is degraded from 758 in an year because I was not present in the
With a 675 you can still get Conventional financing, you will just take a hit for the lower credit score. Instead of getting a 5.25% rate you will qualify with a higher interest rate. ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Feb 28, 2010 Financing in Mountain View
Finance1onli…, Real Estate Pro in Los Angeles, CA
Finance1online answered:
Wondering about the making home affordable refinance program
The making home affordable refinance program has changed a lot since 2009. Now there is no limit to how far upside down a borrower can be so regardless of LTV you can refinance with an ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun May 13, 2012 Financing in Mountain View
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Voices Member answered:
how high will interest rates go with the obama administration?
Andrew, I don't know the answer to your question but you can maybe use these two sites to keep current...
http://www.fhfa.gov/ ....&......http://mortgage-x.com/general/rate_trend.asp
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0 votes Share Flag Sat Feb 14, 2009 Financing in 94043
Steve, Other/Just Looking in Rohnert Park, CA
Steve answered:
My home loan is indexed on LIBOR. Am I safer than someone who is indexed off of the Fed rates?
Fed rates are dictated by a board trying to manage money supply. LIBOR pays more attention to risk. At this moment, it's spiking reflecting the risk in the marketplace (see link). In ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Sep 17, 2008 Financing in Mountain View, CA
Bob McClure-…, Real Estate Pro in Walled Lake, MI
Bob McClure- Real Estate Investing answered:
Is now a good time to re-finance?
hi greg......waiting many times you miss out.......if i can lower your rate to something that makes sense...sure, do it now....also..are you on a treasury a.r.m. or a libor a.r.m?...... ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Sep 15, 2008 Financing in 94043
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