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Financing in Clifton : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Dec 13, 2012
Joseph Roraff answered:
The monthly mortgage and down payment is usually calculated by the cost of the home you are wanting to buy. I have a mortgage calculator on the blog below. You can use that to figure in your monthly mortgage.
If someone had a credit score of 546 then I would advise them to do things to try to increase their Credit Score. Things such as getting a Target Red Card or getting a credit card and only buying small things with it and making sure you pay it off as fast as possible. Talk to a money lender in your area and they can help you out.
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Wed Oct 24, 2012
Andrew Tisellano answered:
Hi Ms Ridley

contact Craig

he can show you how to improve your credit score

Bond Street Mortgage
Craig Andrulli or Alex Peralta
Mortgage Advisor
NMLS# 386365
Bond Street Mortgage LLC
NMLS#191351
95 Route 17 South
Suite 302
Paramus, NJ 07652
Direct Line: (201) 560-4218
Fax: (201) 282-5017
Cell: (201) 400-9367
craig@bondstreetloans.com
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Sat May 19, 2012
Kevin and Julie McLaughlin answered:
Best advice is to visit with a mortgage professional who specializes in FHA 203k loans.

Tip: Ask how many 203k loans they closed in the last 6 months

Good luck!
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Wed Jun 15, 2011
Patrice Cornett answered:
Ed..I have on the market a townhouse in Clifton at 60 Pavan Road. The price is $429,000. If you would like further info, i can send you the MLS link. Please email me at Pat9903@aol.com so i can send the link. Thanks. Pat ... more
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Sat Feb 27, 2010
Homebuy answered:
Hi All,

Thanks a lot or you response. I am also confused with this.

One thing I found out that Condos mostly do have a common entrance where where Townhouse have their own. One thing you all said right was as long as home owners association is there and they cover outside like roof in case of townhouse and the common area like pool and all the property is considered as condo even though a townhouse has its own lot unlike condo in which case you own airspace only.

The only thing that is bothering me that mortgage company I am dealing with gave me rate lock in agreement based on townhouse that is what I told them but as the appraisal report says it is condo they are not honoring their own agreement.

My question is do can do it or not? It looks like I am paying for their mess up. Is there any way I can make them to honor their agreement.

Again thanks a lot to all of you...
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Tue Sep 9, 2008
Bill Eckler answered:
Nasser,
One month....1 percentage point......

If you have been waiting, find the perfect home and be ready.

Good luck,
The "Eckler Team"
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