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Wed Jun 29, 2016
Pportoff answered:
There aren't many lenders who would do that. In fact I've only found one that will go up to that LTV. However, at above 500K loan amounts I think they take it on a case by case basis. I was able to finance one of my properties with them recently in the same price range.

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Thu Jun 23, 2016
Bazizzle answered:
Buy. Maybe get something a little cheaper so your down payment percentage will be higher. I'd shoot for at least 25%. Then only get a 15 year mortgage. Your house will be paid off no later than 77. ... more
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Thu Jun 25, 2015
Jamie Tian answered:
Hi John,

Please contact me directly and I can send you some contacts for hard money lenders.

Feel free to contact me anytime via phone/text at (310) 717-1321 or via email at

Jamie Tian
Rodeo Realty
(310) 717-1321
BRE #01920120
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Sun Jan 11, 2015
Richard Vu answered:
What are the terms and conditions are you offering to our investors?
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Sat Nov 15, 2014
Paul Youssef answered:
It depends. Some buyers may pay for this "safety." Some may not care. If the addition is noticed by appraiser, bank may not finance. If that's the case, you can seller finance or enter into an equity partnership, which is the same as seller financing except you maintain some equity benefits. ... more
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Sat Jul 26, 2014
Annette Lawrence answered:
It depends on if you want another job. (or hire someone to do this other job)
The recommended program to convert Market Leader internet leads compel you to chase inquires down within 11.6 nano-seconds and hound them until they surrender.

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Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Palm Harbor, FL
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Mon Mar 31, 2014
Tiffany Q Lin answered:
Hi, Winnie,

Yes! There are 2 single family homes in Irvine for rent in that price range. Great Schools too!

Click the following link to view the Listings:

Call/text me at 949-294-1955 or Email me at, if you are still looking! I am an local Irvine agent and knows the city very well!

Tiffany Quiroga (Lin)
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4010 Baranca Pkwy., Ste.120
Irvine, CA 92604
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Tue Jan 29, 2013
MJ Omidbakhsh answered:
The market has picked up for sure some cities more than others. Orange county as a whole has about 23% increase comparing to November 2010. If you are curious about your area for your zip code WI, contact me and I would be happy to give you a detailed report. Call me at: 949-514-4177 ... more
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Thu Jan 17, 2013
Keith Jones answered:
Try sending info to homes for sale.
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Mon Jun 4, 2012
Jim Simms answered:
The questions a lender will ask are the same ones you should be asking. I didn’t understand the double taxing statement. I understand cutting your benefits if that was the motivation or not paying unemployment, but double taxation is a new one on me. If you opened the discussion with that statement I would ask for an explanation.

But say that is the reason, you should still be interested in the same things a lender will be, all of the ideas below have some merit, but say you get past the two year issue. One thing a DE underwriter will ask is how long will the position continue. The track record is only half of the equation, it establishes a trend, the other half is how long will it continue, and that magic number is 3 years, not 2. If you have a contract with the company that covers at least that long is should not be a problem. If the company says they can terminate the agreement tomorrow that is a problem.

Jim Simms
NMLS # 6395
Financing Kentucky One Home at a Time
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Mon Jun 4, 2012
Nick Singh answered:
It's a great time to be a Landlord surprisingly even in this economic recession.
It's all about supply and demand and right now there is a low inventory of rentals.
The rental comps speak for themselves. I just rented two units last week and was very impressed with the respose out there. If I can be of help please let me know 949-400-1330.

All the best

Nick Singh, Nationwide Realty
Real Estate Broker license# 01031045 since1991
Member of CAR, NAR, OCAR
Phone: 949-400-1330 Cell, 949-768-1330 office
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