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Grant Fawcett, Real Estate Pro in Tustin, CA
Grant Fawcett answered:
Are there any options for refinancing an fha loan with Wells Fargo if your mortgage payment will go from 27% to 42% of your gross income in 3 years?
OC Resident:

FHA Streamline. I can help.

I'm a Mortgage Banker - Direct Lender. If you want to wait 90 days contact Wells Fargo. If you want to get this done in 2 weeks, call me ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Aug 30, 2012 Financing in 92705
Gregorio Den…,  in San Diego, CA
Gregorio Denny answered:
Credit score is few points short of minimum requirement for a Mortgage loan.
What is the credit score and what were you told is the cutoff?
0 votes Share Flag Tue Apr 23, 2013 Financing in 92704
Steven Ornel…, Real Estate Pro in Fremont, CA
Steven Ornellas answered:
I have a 3 yr. fixed loan @ 4.21%, I was told by the bank after 6 months i would get refinanced into a 30 yr fixed, would i keep that same rate?
Hi jljuan99:

You need to find and pull out the loan documents the escrow company provided you (specifically, the Promissory Note and the Adjustable Rate Rider) to understand what you ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Aug 21, 2011 Financing in 92701
Tamera Yu,  in Tustin, CA
Tamera Yu answered:
Is it possible to refinance an investment property and pull extra money out to purchase an owner occupied home?
Yes, you can refinance an investment property and pull cash out, however, compared to an owner occupied loan, the loan to value requirements will be more strict on the investment prope ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Jun 25, 2010 Financing in Santa Ana
Tv On Your C…,  in Toronto, IL
Tv On Your Computer answered:
Did you approve of "RealPlayers" watch TV thru your computer, or did they fake it.
I dont approve of it but there are tons of software i found that are trustworthy including the following link, maybe you can give it a shot. They were great to me, i purchased it for 20 ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Apr 29, 2009 Financing in Santa Ana
Bill Eckler, Real Estate Pro in Venice, FL
Bill Eckler answered:
Banks or financial institutions lending to non-residents?

With 50% down you shouldn't have any problem with financing. We would recommend beginning with the bank you normally do business with. They will be able to refer you to a US ban ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Sep 4, 2008 Financing in Santa Ana, CA
Jason Willia…,  in Anaheim, CA
Jason Williams answered:
I want to buy my first home with ACORN loan. What do I know now?
I'm working with someone right now who is looking for a 200K condo in Tustin/Santa Ana. I have a guy that is working on one of those for them, you can give him a call anytime and he can ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Mar 20, 2008 Financing in Santa Ana, CA
Robert van d…, Real Estate Pro in Fountain Valley, CA
Robert van der Goes answered:
The minimum payment on my mortagage is $1,700 but is not enough cover the interest and prevent negative
Hello Maggie,

A very important question is, "When or is your loan maturing (meaning, is it requiring you to pay more than the minimum payment)?" Do you have the option to make 3 dif ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Jan 24, 2008 Financing in Santa Ana, CA
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