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Financing in 48205 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Feb 4, 2016
adeder answered:
Check out this website, we lend nationwide, large and small deals, investment property only.

www.privatemoneyexchange.com/dder

email me if you have any questions.

Danny Der
Private Money Exchange
deals4RE@adeder.net
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Fri Feb 10, 2017
Danny Der answered:
Hi Lauren,

Do you have a recent appraisal of the property? what is the date of the "last sale price"?

Do you have any Comp's (sold, active and pending) within 2 months and half a mile radius of the house? If you are dealing with a real estate agent, he/she should be able get you these comparables, thus giving you the true value of the property.

House value changes with time and neighborhoods. Its important to know what you offer is a good deal for you.

I am a "Private Money" lender, I am a member of a private money network, I or one of my associates can fund you if the numbers on your deal is good, regardless of your credit rating or past history.

Please email me with details of your purchase, how much are you going to offer? How much downpayment ? How much time (when is closing date)?

I can help you analyze the deal, if the numbers are good, we can fund the property very quickly.


Danny W. Der
Deals4RE
privatemoneyexchange@adeder.net
www.PrivateMoneyExchange.com/dder
1-888-840-1183
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Wed Aug 7, 2013
Hardmoneymi answered:
We may be able to help you, we are a private hard money lender in Huntington Woods, MI. Please contact our office at (248) 547-3006, Metro Mortgage Investments LLC, 26711 Woodward Ave., Suite 301, Huntington Woods, MI 48070. NMLS# 166128. ... more
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Sat Oct 13, 2012
Eric Michael answered:
Tefe,

I would start with talking to the real estate agent you're working with. If they can't answer that, and I don't know why they wouldn't be able to, I'd go to a credit union.
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Wed Aug 29, 2012
Tim O'Riley answered:
I'm not sure exactly what you're looking/asking for here, Smyri777, but I think this information might be helpful to you. http://www.prlog.org/11827139-mortgage-loans-for-non-us-citizens.html Just so you know, I have turnkey rentals available in Detroit from $30,000 so I'm curious whether you even need a loan or not. Email me at tim@detroitturnkeyproperties.com if there's any way that I can help you. ... more
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Mon Sep 3, 2012
Tim O'Riley answered:
I'm not sure why, if you're looking to invest in Detroit, you're looking for a mortgage if you have "60-70% to put down" but I would be glad to work with you to better understand what your needs are if you send me an email at tim@detroitturnkeyproperties.com. Although my grandmother could probably converse with you, I don't speak a word of Italian but I'm sure that I could find someone to translate for us if need be. Perhaps you know of someone who speaks English near you even. ... more
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Fri Jun 8, 2012
Tony J answered:
Tony J, Contractor, Detroit, MI
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Wed May 30, 2012
Carl Hawthorne answered:
Fri Sep 4, 2015
Jamie Hastings answered:
I looked over your earlier question and answers for this property; do you have any money to put into the deal?
I would be willing to discuss options for funding your deal, but I need to know all the details of the complex...location, occupancy rate, rent rolls, number of units livable vs non livable, rehab costs if known, ect. I am a member of a few investor networks that could help you fund this deal if the numbers make sense. Email me your contact info at
jhastings@visionRealtycenters.com

Jamie Hastings
Realtor
(734) 444-5323
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Mon May 6, 2013
Guy Gailliard answered:
Greetings Amit,

I would be happy to answer your question about investing in Detroit. The best buying method for this market is with cash. Houses sell fast here and you can get great discounts when working with cash versus financing. Many of the properties are priced well below what you would be able to finance.

Our company works with many international and local investors looking to get a great return on their money and better yet, we do all the work. If you would like me to answer any more questions or you want more information, please free to e-mail me at guy@metrodetroitcashflow.com or call me directly at (248) 215-2897.

Looking forward to speaking with you soon,
Guy R. Gailliard
www.metrodetroitcashflow.com
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Wed Apr 11, 2012
Fred Glick answered:
I recommend that you talk first to your real estate agent. They know the people that are good.

If not, I can suggest a couple of people.

Good luck!
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Mon Mar 5, 2012
Eric Michael answered:
I'd start with Google and see what pops up. It's a tough market to get a regular loan in, let alone a hard money loan.
A friend of mine might be able to help you. Give him a call.

Jerry Cislo
248-388-4770

He does regular mortgages but might be able to hook you up with a hard money lender.
Tell him I told you to call.
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Sat Feb 11, 2012
Shanna Rogers answered:
Hi Ericas626,

If your Mother In Law just wants her name off the house (Title/Deed), you can just do a Quit Claim Deed. However, if she wants her name off the mortgage(s), you will need to refinance in your name only.

Shanna Rogers
SR Realty
www.RealtyBySR.com
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Mon Jan 16, 2012
David W Bolling answered:
As long as you have a steady work history, good credit and a down payment. You should be fine.
If you need any assistance, please feel free in contracting me. I am also a fellow Techician. Class of 85. ... more
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Thu Dec 29, 2011
Tim Moore answered:
It would make no difference how you bought it, the fact you did is all that's important. The new buyers will get a mortgage on the property and it will be up to that lender if they will allow the mortgage or not. I would imagine there is no problem as long as it appraises and is up to codes. ... more
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Fri Sep 4, 2015
Scott Godzyk answered:
Karl a hard money lender could charge 12-18% interest and the loan is only short term. It could be as little as a year you would have to refinace. A hard money lender is good for a short term loan with a definate plan to get out of it by selling or refinancing, if you can not get a mortgage now, the chances in a year are just as slim. They also require a large amount of money down usually 20 to 30%. You could be out your money and face huge fees and teh loss of your building in a year. You should research the companie sthat do church financing or are there any neighborhood stabilization programs in your area. Explore everything first. good luck with working things out ... more
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Tue Aug 16, 2011
Merritt Noel answered:
Per the website It should be any type of house that qualifies for MSHDA's FHA or Rural Development first mortgage. I would check with on a the approved lender's that are familiar with the program. Here is a link to the list provided by MSHDA.
Available with MSHDA's FHA or Rural Development first mortgage.

Good luck with your house hunt!

Merritt Noel
Sr. Loan Advisor
American Liberty Mortgage
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Thu Jun 23, 2011
Sally Grenier answered:
Why would you want to do that? I would talk to an attorney. As a woman, I would want to make sure my name was on the house, in case anything happens to the marriage.
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Sat Nov 6, 2010
Richard Johnson answered:
Has your real estate agent suggested an FHA 203K loan? This is an FHA rehab loan that can be used to make repairs on the property you are purchasing. If you have any further questions about this type of loan contact me. I am a local real estate agent that specializes in distressed properties. ... more
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