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Allan Griego, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Allan Griego answered:
Bad Credit Construction Loan with 50% down?
Do you own the lot you want to build on? If you do, you may have a chance depending on several factors. If you don't own the lot you want to build on, your facing an up hill battle.
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Tina Lam, Real Estate Pro in San Jose, CA
Tina Lam answered:
Financing Question
On a pure financial cost basis, you'll pay less interest with the 15 year option. However, you gain additional cash flow flexibility with the second option. As for which is better, th ... more
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Lara Pavanel…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Lara Pavanelli answered:
Once moved in, what can be done to help pay off the mortgage quicker?
Make bi-monthly payments and you will pay off your loan in 23 years instead of 30!

Kind regards,
Lara Pavanelli
www.larapavanelli.com
0 votes Share Flag Wed Mar 13, 2013 Financing in Austin
Shannon Blac…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Shannon Black-hartzell answered:
I am looking for an investor in Austin, Texas. Due to Medical issue with husband I will need help with a balance on a mortgage. can someone help?
Can you please contact me....I need more info and have an investor that could possibly help. I need to know the address of your current home, how much you owe, what exactly you are look ... more
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Vanessa Nunez, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Vanessa Nunez answered:
Housing 101: How did sub-prime mortgages cause the housing market collapse?
By allowing people who would not undernormal circumstances ever been able to qualify for a loan getting a loan with little or no proof of true income. The bar must stay somewhere in the ... more
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Bill Friedri…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Bill Friedrich, GRI, CDPE answered:
What is the tax rate for Killeen, TX? How can I calculate to make sure my taxes are correct on $152000?
Hi Neiceedp,

I checked several properties in Killeen and looks like the tax rate is 2.468390%.

Multiply that times the Appraisal and you get the taxes owed. $152,000 X .0246839 ... more
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Bill Austin, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Bill Austin answered:
Alternative Financing in Central,TX?
I'd suggest you turn to your REALTOR who advised you to get into a lease to purchase deal in the first place. I"m sure they helped you with an exit plan.
Bill
0 votes Share Flag Thu Jan 31, 2013 Financing in Austin
JOSEPH E JAR…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
JOSEPH E JARUSINSKY JR answered:
Anyone have idea where to find lenders for commercial property. I have an LLC looking to buy a package of duplexes. $850K list. They have 35% down$
Dan, I may have a lender or two you can speak to. Email me at joejarusinsky@sbcglobal.net to remind me tomorrow and I'll make a few calls for you...

Joe Jarusinsky Realtor/Maste ... more
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Ronald Culli…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Ronald Cullinan answered:
Does anyone have experience with mortage loans that include $ for renovations? I think it's a 203(K) loan.
Yes, and the first thing I would reccomend to you is that you utilize the services of a mortgage lender who has extensive experience in this type of loan. It's really essential that the ... more
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Marco Bolado, Real Estate Pro in San Antonio, TX
Marco Bolado answered:
I am trying to refinance 4 commercial buildings,to pay off the current lender. The loan amount 1.5M for all 4, appraisal 3.2M.
Please call or email me with more details.

Thanks!

Marco Bolado
210-549-5777
marco@entrustequityfunding.com
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John Crowe, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
John Crowe answered:
Which factors do mortgage lenders consider, other than one's credit score?
Debt and income, primarily. Lots of nuance involved in the process lenders want to know you can pay the loan back and the discovery process is thorough. Talk to one - they don't bi ... more
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Fred Glick, Real Estate Pro in Los Angeles County, CA
Fred Glick answered:
Can anyone recommend a lender who will offer a new home purchase mortgage, 15 year fixed rate, around $200k, 65% LTV, using assets instead of income?
Chris,

Unless your tax returns show enough income with the dividends, interest and net income from self employment, go to wherever you have you $3MM. They will give you a margin loa ... more
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John Crowe, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
John Crowe answered:
Could you tell me which bank in Austin has better interest for money investment or CD, I'm looking some community bank in Austin?
For local banks, try Prosperity, Lone Star (Dripping Springs), Independent. May I ask why you posted this question to a housing information site? More curious than anything else.
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Bill Austin, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Bill Austin answered:
Are there any brokers in Austin, TX that would hold my real estate license?
Msj,
Sure there are. The question for you to ask is, are there brokers that will acept you as an agent and what fees are you going to have to pay.
Call me if you'd like to discu ... more
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Tom Cantalini, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Tom Cantalini answered:
Hello I wanted to know if it was possible for me and my husband to get finance for a home loan with a credit score of 550 (myself) and 575 (husband)?
Good morning,

I happen to be from Michigan, too. I recommend that you contact a lender who would provide credit repair advise at no cost to you. Please, contact me for a list of len ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Nov 30, 2012 Financing in 78745
Israel Gutie…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Israel Gutierrez answered:
How difficult is it to get loan to buy 2nd home?
Buying a 2nd home, or an investment propert is done frequently in Auastin. Shoot me an email and I will forward a couple reputable options for local mortgage brokers that can show you a ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Sep 6, 2012 Financing in Austin
Fred Glick, Real Estate Pro in Los Angeles County, CA
Fred Glick answered:
Have primary home in CA w/reverse mtg. Have 2nd home with son and me on title & mtg. Sons credit bad now, can I refinance on my own 800 score.
Not a problem if you qualify for the payment yourself.
0 votes Share Flag Sun Jul 15, 2012 Financing in 78738
Tom Burris, Real Estate Pro in Dallas, TX
Tom Burris answered:
HUD No. 12-045 Refinance - How much in closing costs?
HUD doesn't control closing costs. Lenders do.

HUD No. 12-045 just lowers the mortgage insurance.
Beginning June 11, 2012, FHA will lower its Upfront Mortgage Insurance Premium (U ... more
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John Crowe, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
John Crowe answered:
who does hard money in Austin?
Try Manana Funding. Get in touch offline and I'll provide contact details.
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Michael Cheng, Real Estate Pro in San Jose, CA
Michael Cheng answered:
Can an international graduate student (on F1 student visa) get mortgage?
You may have the necessary income. But, to get a mortgage, you'll need some credit history. What's your credit score?
0 votes Share Flag Mon May 28, 2012 Financing in 78731
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