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Home Buying in Catasauqua : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Sep 18, 2015
Veronicamarks18 answered:
If they wanted you to be responsible for it, they should have brought it up after their walk through. It would be a different story if they hadn't done a walk through, or if they had talked to you about it. Since they didn't, I'd say you are not responsible at all. ... more
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Wed Dec 4, 2013
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Wed Aug 1, 2012
Andrew Wing answered:
American Plus Bank is currently offering a "Limited Doc" Mortgage Loan, up to $4MM. NO income verification; NO Tax Returns, NO W-2s, NO Paystubs are needed.

Min. requirements are as follow:
1) Max. LTV 60% on all purchases up to 4 units. 60% LTV on refi & cash out for Primary residences and 2nd homes. 50% cash out for investment;

2) Min. FICO Score >680, with no major deliquencies/late pays/collection accounts and BK histories;

3) Min. 2 yrs employment histories;

4) Min. 2 months banking statements to prove source of funds for purchase. Gift is acceptable; This program is also good for all status, including foreigners'

5) 6 months intereste Pre-Payment Penalty if loan is paid off within 1st 3 yrs.

Please call for details if your can not qualify under conventional loans.

Andrew Wing
Vice President
American Plus Bank
17506 Colima Rd., #100
Rowland Hts, CA 91748
(626) 363-8906
(626) 363-8920 Fax
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Fri Jul 20, 2012
Brenda answered:
contact Suzanne Williams of Metropolitan Funding.
1 (215) 572 5626

i have leveraged Suzanne for over 15 years. She is a senior person at the firm and will do the very best she can for you. She is very knowledge about all types of lending.

Tell her Brenda referred you.
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Thu Jul 7, 2011
Gerard Carney answered:
Are you saying you are in contract right now, and you spent the money you had for down payment, but still have a the loan coming to the closing table! oh Boy! are you in trouble! The loan will collapse and with it come fees you owe for the rapture of that loan! So now we have the bank hitting you with fees, we have the title company passing you escrow overto the seller, since you were direct cause for contract breech! If you ever want to buy over rent, then you best stop spending the deposit money before closing! ... more
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Thu Jul 7, 2011
Cliff Lewis answered:
Hey Blue,

You can always try to do a bridge loan with the bank, or I would recommend listing your home right away.. I would be happy to come out and see if I can help you..

Just let me know!


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