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I would recommend consulting a mortgage advisor like myself, to see if the student loan payments will hold back you purchasing power. In my professional opinion, I would like to see what you qualify for now with a minimum down payment of 3.5% (FHA) or 0% (USDA). Then you will be able to make a better decision if paying off the student loans will give you your desired purchase amount. If you qualify at your desired purchase price with the student loans, I would buy now!
Best of luck. Reach out to me with any questions.
Joseph S. Cordova NMLS# 146855
Evesham Mortgage, LLC
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Marlton, NJ 08053
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I responded to your other post. Go to the public listing page for your listing and click the "More" Tab. There's a report an error dropdown - report the error to Trulia and hopefully it'll get corrected. The moderators do moderate the question/answer forum but the other way may get their attention quicker.
I suggest you go to the listing on Trulia http://www.trulia.com/property/3049515893-3-Jerry-Ln-Hammonton-NJ-08037 and the 6th tab under the photo says "More", click report an error. See if that helps Trulia to correct the problem.... more
The investors will have to guarantee the financing personally.
A partnership is far weaker than even an LLC. I'm unaware of anyone willing to lend to a partnership. As for an LLC, it's possible to borrow in the name of the LLC if the partners agree to personally guarantee the loan. But lenders are very wary of lending money to LLCs unless they have a long history and are well established.
Besides, the investors shouldn't be going into it in a partnership structure in any case. Check with a lawyer for more information on that.
One other possibility--if the investors have money in IRAs--is to transfer some or all of their funds to self-directed IRAs. Then they can use that money for real estate investments. But it has to be done right.
More like months. It will depend on how well the owner cooperates with the bank, which lender carries the loan, how many liens are on the property, and what percentage of what is owed on the loan is offered by the buyer.... more