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Financing in Greenville : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Jan 3, 2016
Victory Property Management answered:
Financing is based on your down payment, credit score and income. If you have sufficient retirement income, then you should qualify for a mortgage. If you have an existing home and transfer the profits from that sale to your new purchase, all the better.

Whether or not you can qualify for a 30 year mortgage, well that is a question for your lender.
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Mon Sep 27, 2010
Jylyan answered:
ok yeah your an ass! dont answer a question so rudly when you dont even know why anything is the way it is! you low grade jerk. i pay CASH for EVERYTHING is why my credit is low cause i dont use it, dont need to. YOU hear THAT CASH I GOT PLENTY!!!!!!! not alot of people can say that and for your info i have a house really nice that i payed CASH for!!!!! learn how to speak to people!!! ... more
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Fri Nov 13, 2009
William Polack answered:
NACA is a government sponsored program comprised on brokers who teamed together and strong armed lenders into accepting government funding to be able to offer lower rates and no closing cost loans to borrowers who are in financial duress. The program has gotten so big and so busy that they are turning people down and away. Just keep calling them and be a squeeky wheel. They are overwhelmed with the amount of people trying to get lower rates while behind on their mortgage payments. As a member of the organization, you will have to pay a $50 monthly fee in lieu of mortgage insurance and volunteer 5 times a year by inviting and recruiting for them. If you make too much money, they will not help you. If they can't save you a lot of money (per FHA guidelines), they will not help you. If you have a second mortgage, they will not help you.You may also have to wait for their next application get together. The one in GA is in January. Go to their website www.naca.com to find out when their next meeting is. ... more
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