A lot of differant factors would come into play here;
Your income, the price of the home you would be buying, etc. If you would like a consultation, please email me at: email@example.com
Tricia Espie - Realtor... more
There is nothing that prevents someone from making another person's mortgage payment - regardless if they have a social security # or not.
If you are asking if they can go on the mortgage instead of you, then that would require either refinancing the mortgage in their name OR a novation agreement with your current lender (removing/adding/substituting someone for another person on a mortgage). However without a social security # I am sure it will be very difficult to do. I won't say it CAN'T be done, because your lender may allow a novation agreement, but I don't think it'd be too likely. More information about your situation and the relative who wants to take over the payments would need to be known, i.e. why do they want to take over the payments, have they been living in the property, etc.... more
Our loan manager can most likely help you with hard money lenders. If you want to run the scenario by him, he can make the calls and see who is interested and at what rate.
If interested, send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Patrick Moran directly @ 951-963-0163 x1003.
Robert & Amy Vaughan
Last time I researched the price per square foot for Southern California the price per square foot to build was between $135.00 and $160.00.
Someone good to talk to in that area is builder, Aaron K. Anderson - (661) 281-0877. He's been in business for about as long as I've been alive and has a good reputation.
Now, all this being said, considering the current state of the market, and the cost of fuel and supplies adding to the cost of buliding... depending on what you were looking for, you might actually do better purchasing resale.... more