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Financing in Manalapan : Real Estate Advice

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Andy Brown, Real Estate Pro in Carlsbad, CA
Thu Jul 23, 2015
Andy Brown answered:
There are many options in the growing Jumbo Mortgage Market now including 5% down to $850k loan amount or 10% down to $1.5m. Unfortunately we don't lend in NJ but I'm sure something is available there. ... more
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Rudy McDowell, Real Estate Pro in Bloomfield Hills, MI
Wed Dec 7, 2011
Rudy McDowell answered:
There's no limitation on relocking. However, depending on the reason, you may be charged to do so. Typically that charge equates to .125 or a full .25 of the loan amount.
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Michael Mari…,  in Bayville, NJ
Wed Dec 7, 2011
Michael Marino answered:
Hello Lorenzo,
First off Congrats on taking the first step in buying a home. The direction you are going in is a very good one, yet can be a very involved one as well. The other posting's offer you great advise and all are very accurate. I can only suggest to you though the first thing you need to do is find Some one you are comfortable working with and check them out as well. We all can offer you similar things and all have connections. I can offer you, great builders, agents, attorney's, as well. And of course a mortgage lender. Before you get your heart set on a piece of land, or a home talk to someone first. Get an ideal area you would like to live. Find out the taxes in the area if there is sewer or septic if there is gas in the area that can be ported into for all this will be a huge additional cost to you and your family. It would be my pleasure to help you out with this step by step. feel free to reach out to me. if not, good luck in your search and have fun with it. ... more
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Dp2, Other/Just Looking in Virginia
Sat Oct 29, 2011
Dp2 answered:
Yes, you could, but that's not the only way to leverage the equity in your current home. You have several other options provided you're willing to be more creative and flexible. ... more
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Jason,  in San Diego, CA
Tue Mar 30, 2010
Jason answered:
Spot aproval ended on Feb 1, 2010 nationwide...so it's no longer an option
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