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Wed May 30, 2012
Mitch Valmer answered:
Hello Alex,

I Fund alot of Foreign Nationals. Alex with that much down I can get you a loan.
Feel free to contact me.

Mitch Valmer
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Thu Dec 19, 2013
Kevin & Soraya Keaty answered:
Here are 3 Mobile Home Lenders to talk to.
1) Bob Young: 714-323-6854
2) Bret Theis: 800-882-1999
3) Elisas Abrego: 800-232-3908
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Sun Nov 27, 2011
Michael Ramirez answered:
Yes, I would be happy to assist you. I specialize in Orange County. Please call me at 949-303-9406 or you can email me at so that we can talk and see what best fits your needs. I look forward to speaking with you. ... more
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Wed Jan 30, 2013
Kristin Devlin answered:

Yes I have a lender who will lend to foreign nationals but the downpayment is at least 40%. PLease let me know if you would like more information

Kristin Devlin
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Tue Jan 18, 2011
Dp2 answered:
I suspect you meant to inquire about loan-mod/refi brokers, because the seller for a short-sale wouldn't need to refinance. Although I'm not sure whether you'll find any brokers who do this, I know of several investors (myself included) who do this.

Also keep in mind that this isn't the only way for your friend to handle his/her transaction. There are other ways to structure this deal. However, one would have to know more to be able to advise him/her further.

Please feel free to drop me a line.
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Wed Jul 14, 2010
Bob Phillips answered:
This sounds like a definite SCAM.

There are a LOT of scam artists out there right now, preying on people who might be behind in their mortgages.
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Thu Apr 15, 2010
Danielle Norris NMLS #221829 answered:
Once you have submitted a complete application the lender must give you an estimate within 3 days. Any time throughout the process that something charges (ie: the rate is locked) then the lender will redisclose a new GFE. ... more
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Tue Dec 29, 2009
Melinda Johnson answered:
If your share of the equity in the home is your down payment, I assume there are 3 beneficiaries (including yourself). If that is the case, then are you only purchasing 2/3's of the home, since 1/3 is presumably yours? Are you the trustee? You should be able to get them a certificate of trust (establishing you are beneficiary), get trustee to deed you over 1/3 interest (by quitclaim) and maybe the bank would take an appraisal to determine the value of your down payment (exising 1/3 interest) for purchasing the remaining 2/3 interest. The trustee may already have an appraisal you can use--good chance they obtained one--or several good reasons why they should if they have not. You are welcome to call me. ... more
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Tue Feb 5, 2008
Bridgette Kostek, REALTOR, Coldwell Banker M. M. Parrish answered:
For better or worse, you've got what you've got. Don't second guess yourself this late in the game, you'll only get stomach ulcers. Yes, make an additional principal payment each month, as much as you can comfortably afford. Be sure the overpayment is applied solely to your principal (check with your lender to be certain). This will save you quite a substantial amount of money in the long term, and perhaps make a huge difference if you need to resell your house due to unforeseen circumstances in the future. Best of luck and congratulations on your new home! ... more
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