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Financing in 92069 : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Jul 8, 2012
Jessica Bottrell answered:
If you have the cash and can verify your funds, that is all that will be needed on the money side of the transaction!
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Sun May 29, 2011
Nick Ruiz answered:

Best suggestion is to go to your banking institution and see what they say (If they do home loans). Bring 2 years tax returns and 2 months paystubs for you and your wife.

That should be enough to let you know.

Good luck!

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Mon Jun 24, 2013
Greg Brownell answered:
Here's the link.....Call the contact number and see if and when the funds will be available.
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Tue May 6, 2014
Peter Whittet answered:
Miss Jamee,

Sorry that you had to go through the process of a BK. Sounds from your question that you have moved on with your life, that is a wonderful thing!!!

The most likely loan product for you is going to be a FHA program, and while I am not a mortgage banker the guidelines require 24 months since the BK, and a FICO of 640 or higher. My suggestion to you would be to work on your FICO score, by paying what you have on time. Save up during the next 12 months and then start your search.

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Mon Jun 24, 2013
Nick Rhea answered:
Hello Felix,

I suggest contacting some home builders,but the cost chould fall between $100 - $150 unless you are building an extravagant home. There should be a lot of them ready to work.

Nick Rhea, MBA, Broker
Bombora Investments, Inc
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Mon Nov 15, 2010
Alan Shafran answered:
The very best lenders are the ones who have strong, established relationships with the strongest realtors in the city. These relationships hold the lender accountable by successful realtors that help hold these lenders accountable for the protection of the consumer. ... more
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