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Financing in Dana Point : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Mar 29, 2012
Brett Dalbeth answered:
A loan. You are borrowing money to buy a house. Would you like a mortgage? Are you buying a house?
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Mon Dec 14, 2009
Thom Colby answered:
John -

Didn't we just answer another of your questions with a different "twist".... Is this the same property as the Loan Mod / Short Sale / HOA issues? Wells Fargo is one of the better lenders to work with. If you are a "good customer" they will do their best to help you refinance and might not charge points, appraisal, etc.

Best of luck,

Thom Colby
Broker / REALTOR
Orange County CA
949-887-5500 Cell-OC
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Mon Sep 21, 2009
Connie Bramble answered:
Hi Matt,
I am quite sure that one department has nothing to do with the other. Who ever is the negotiator on your short sale for the bank has nothing to do with a rep that would handle your new mortgang. In most cases they are not even in the same state! It will most likely not help to switch. You need to remember that short sales have, in this Realtors humble opinion, have no common sense to them what so ever. One would think that the bank would just accept the offer and be done wiht it. That is not the case. We are seeing more and more short sales approved; but still they are taking many months to finally see closing on them. You really need to be VERY patient if you wan to succeed in this process. I wish you the best of luck with your short sale!
Connie Bramble
714-337-8718
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Wed Jan 14, 2009
Mark Palma answered:
Simply loaning your equity or your money to a buyer. You would be acting like a bank. Setting the interest rate and terns. The buyer would pay you directly each month. There’s obviously risk involved but it’s a way to create a purchase in a “tight credit market”. ... more
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