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Financing in 94030 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jul 10, 2013
karinamoreira82 answered:
At Ron, I didn't need your snippy remark. The only thing that is ridiculous is your attitude. You could have stayed away or given a little insight. I was curious and did not need your rude comment! THANK YOU! ... more
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Mon Nov 8, 2010
John Dutra answered:
Amy,
If the investments are in both of your names, you would be fine. However, if the investments are in your husband's name alone, then you would need a power of attorney from your husband authorizing you to sign on his behalf to make the loan work. He would need to be on the loan/title for a lender to use the income to qualify.

The lender looks at the income not only from a qualification stance, but from an access point of view as well.
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