Is it possible to get a loan approved and loan docs out when you are 3 weeks shy from the 3year seasoning date from a foreclosure?

Asked by Sdwhera, San Diego County, CA Wed Oct 3, 2012

FHA Seasoning periods

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Claudia Mull…, Mortgage Broker Or Lender, Fremont, CA
Wed Oct 3, 2012
Your loan application cannot be dated until 36months after the transfer of title to the lender.
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Cindy Davis, Agent, San Diego, CA
Wed Oct 3, 2012
probably not. I wouldn't got into escrow until that period was past me.
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Michael Alex, Agent, San Diego, CA
Wed Oct 3, 2012
Hello,

No you cannot, but you can enter escrow on a property and wait.After the 3 year seasoning ,you do not have to wait no longer than 1 day to get a loan approved.This has happened to me on a transaction, it worked out and closed smoothly.Talk to my lender Brian Shaw with San Diego Funding for information and advice, his direct phone number 858-356-4005.Brian was my lender in the transaction.


Michael Alex
Real Estate Consultant
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Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty
San Diego, CA
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Hector Gaste…, Agent, Coronado, CA
Wed Oct 3, 2012
Everything is possible, you just need compensating factors. Who's your Lender & Realtor? This should not be an issue now that you are about to close.

Hector R. Gastelum
Realty Executives Dillon
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Shane Milne, Mortgage Broker Or Lender, South Jordan, UT
Wed Oct 3, 2012
It appears you already understand that if the foreclosure wasn't due to extenuating circumstances then it is a 3 year seasoning requirement on FHA loans. But you may not know that the date of the FHA loan application has to begin after the 3 years is up - i.e. you cannot apply prior to the 3 years with the condition of closing 1 day afterwards, etc. It usually takes approximately 30 days from the time you go under contract on a home until can you close - however if pre-underwriting is done prior to you going under contract it can cut down on the time frame by about a week.

Shane Milne | Lending in all 50 states | NMLS #81195
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Kari Shea, Agent, San Diego, CA
Wed Oct 3, 2012
Hi,

That question is best answered by a lender. We would recommend you call 2 or 3 and see what they say.

Best of luck,

Mark & Kari Shea
Shea Real Estate
Serving Greater San Diego
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