What can you tell me about a cash out refinance?
I've heard it might be a good option for me if I want to make some extra money, while refinancing my home at the same time, but I'm not sure. How do I know if it would be the right choice for me?
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Fha loan specialist
Does anybody know a mortage company that specializes in FHa loans? (Pinellas county)
20% down payment for co ops? Is this for real?
20% down payment; is this for real???
Asked by Teteny, Astoria, NY â€¢ A moment ago
I'm just curious how it is possible that people really have $40-50K available to put down in cash for a down
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FHA loan on house with cistern
I'm in the process of buying a house with a cistern. There are currently no lines or meter available for this property although the seller has agreed to pay for permit, lines and meter at closing.
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3 days rights of rescission
We entered into contract to buy a new home from builder, when does the 3 days rights of rescission start? The day we sign with the sales consultant accepting our deposit or from the day the seller signs
Question about Real Estate License
I had to get my real estate license for my job but I do not buy or sell houses, I am basically a lease analyst for commercial real estate leases. However, my license is active in the state of Texas.
Wide variations in income over past two years?
I have had the same job since 2011 but have been promoted every year. In 2012-2013 I made 65k, 2013-2014 I made 75k. In July I am getting a raise to 90k. Can I qualify for a loan based off the 90k income?