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Tue Nov 25, 2014
Kevin Richey answered:
If I were you I would find a lender close by that you can sit down and talk to. They can help you explore your possibilities.
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Thu Oct 24, 2013
Yahy03 answered:
I will anwers your question i am in the same cituation call the national board of realtor they will help you !!
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Thu Sep 12, 2013
Dennis Clark answered:
Yes, you can. The key is whether you can qualify for the new mortgage with your current mortgage and debts. There is no provision that stops you from have both a VA loan and a conventional loan.

Dennis W Clark
Freedom Lending, LLC
NMLS#13970
402-333-5432
dennis@mortgageloansofamerica.com
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Tue Jan 29, 2013
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I would definitely start the process now. That way, if there are any residual issues, you can take care of them before your formal application begins. Under the new laws, the formal application process does not start until there is a property under contract.

There can be issues related to your application date and the anniversary date of your foreclosure but they are not difficult to deal with. If you would like to discuss this further, you can contact me at 402-333-5432 or dennis@mortgageloansofamerica.com. If you want to begin the application process, you can go to http://www.mortgageloansofamerica.com and complete the secure application on line.

Thanks,


Dennis W Clark
NMLS#13970
Freedom Lending, LLC
402-333-5432
dennis@mortgageloansofamerica.com
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