We had a bankruptcy, we plan to put down 40-50 percent down. 350k house. Can we get an ok interest rate?

Asked by Sharla, 20603 Mon Jan 5, 2009

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Robyn Porter, Agent, Bethesda, MD
Sat Jan 10, 2009
You may want to speak with lenders regarding an FHA option for financing. FHA is a good program for those with a limited down-payment (not you!) as well as those who are credit challenged. I have a great contact at Countrywide (merging with Bank of America) who may be able to help you.
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voices member, , 21117
Mon Jan 5, 2009
Hi Sharla,

While your situation might be a bit challenging, it is not impossible. I work with several mortgage lenders who will be able to help. I would be happy to connect you to the one that might best serve your needs. Please contact me at LDevnew@cbmove.com so I can speak about it with you. I would also be happy to assist in finding and purchasing the home if you need that help as well. Thanks and best wishes!
Lisa Devnew
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Fernando Her…, Agent, Gaithersburg, MD
Mon Jan 5, 2009
I know where to get you a LOAN FAST UNDER THOSE TERMS. .

Email: Fernando@ReallyNiceHomes.com
Phone: 240-426-5754
Website: http://www.ReallyNiceHomes.com
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., , La Plata, MD
Mon Jan 5, 2009
Putting 40-50% down certainly helps, but it really depends on how long ago the bankruptcy was and what sort of credit activity you've had since.

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