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Financing in Clifton : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Oct 24, 2012
Fred Glick answered:
Sorry,

That score is not high enough to get a mortgage.

You'll have to have at least 620-640.

Good luck,

Fred
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Thu Dec 13, 2012
Corey Grushin answered:
Misridley if your middle credit score is 546, you unfortunately won't be able to obtain a credit score. You should work at increasing the score.
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Sat May 19, 2012
George Conklin answered:
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Wed Jun 15, 2011
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Sat Feb 27, 2010
Jack Vollenberg answered:
Hi Homebuy,

I'm just a bit confused here. A condominium is technically speaking a legal term for ownership: It defines the piece of property you own as a parcel of airspace. Both condos and townhomes typically fall into this category. The only difference between the two is that condos typically are one floor arrangements (although not exclusively so) and townhomes are multifloor units. Both are considered to be condominium type ownership though. I'd recommend you contact the mortgage company and pin them down on what exactly they are looking for. From the information you've given so far I don't believe anybody could provide such a certificate.

Keep us posted; I'm curious to see what they really needed.

Jacobus "Jack" Vollenberg
RE Appraiser - Vollenberg Appraisers
Realtor/REO Asset Manager - ERA Statewide Realty
Vollenberg@iname.com
Office (908) 968-0336
Cell (973) 590-0142
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Tue Sep 9, 2008
Jeff and Ginny Mitchell answered:
We are also hearing that the interest rates will drop slightly now that we have all bailed out the secondary mortgage market. However, I have no idea when it will happen. There are many other factors of course that affect the market and interest rates, so it is tough to predict. If we knew for sure, we could sit back and make a fortune on futures. Do call your most trusted mortgage provider and ask them to keep in touch with any changes in the mortgage rates.

The bail out of Fannie and Freddie has already has an effect on the stock market. That was pretty fast so maybe mortgage rates will fall sooner rather than later. Watch carefully.
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