can you still get a Low doc loan? and where?

Asked by Libbylove88, 32459 Thu Oct 27, 2011

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Kelly Klein, Agent, Santa Rosa Beach, FL
Thu Oct 27, 2011
There were referred to as NO DOC loans. These went away with the crash of the housing market. However, in Walton County you can look into USDA funding which is 100% financing when the funds are available. I have a lender you can speak to about this product if it interests you. Just let me know.
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Wed Feb 20, 2013
*RE: As of 2013 we offer Easy doc home loans or no doc loans in Los Angeles California.

No financials needed. Direct Lender with accesses to private money and institutional money to lend for you purchase loan, refinance loans or rehab loans. We work with borrowers and mortgage brokers mostly in California and nationwide. Our stated income loans or our no doc loans helps for fast funding when you need it.
For 2013 we have no fico programs and no income or assets stated loan programs. Call us to see what best fits your needs. Rates starting at 4.6% APR.

Additionally we has an easy doc ( stated income stated assets ) rehab fix and flip loans available. We offer 80% LTV loan to value or 65% of the future value. This is for California deal only. With 65% of the future value you can get the purchase price and the fix up costs all in one loan with no money down. For example - if you buy a place for $200,000 and it is a good deal and worth much more. You need to fix it up for $15K and you the future value, once fixed up, is $330,000 you can get this with pretty much no money down. ie: $330k x 65% = $214,500.

We are eager to fund loans!.

We fund California residential loans $100,000 to $2.5M.

Commercial loans are offered nationwide starting at $250k upto $35 million..

We do not shop your loan request we go straight to the source.
Call us at 310-737-8420 ask for Jamie. Or visit us on the web at
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Libbylove88, Home Buyer, 32459
Thu Oct 27, 2011
Kelly- yes that would be great!
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