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Financing in Orange : Real Estate Advice

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Wed May 29, 2013
Lori Hanson answered:
I have heard less like five years. It would be best to talk to a lender and just see what the say sbout being sble to purchade again and when.
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Wed Jul 22, 2015
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You just need a minimum of 10% equity to refinance and get rid of your PMI.

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Mon Apr 15, 2013
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An owner occupied duplex can be purchased with FHA financing with 3.5% down. Fannie Mae caps out at 85% LTV, Freddie Mac caps out at 80% LTV.

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Thu Jul 23, 2015
CPbronco answered:
I forgot to add. In the same regard, is buying points considered part of the closing cost? My intention is to use as much as possible of the Sellers credit to closing costs.
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Sat Sep 8, 2012
Ann Harris answered:
I know one...call me 949-433-3225
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Sun Jan 14, 2018
Tony McMahon answered:
Try contacting a reputable local Real Estate agent who can help you get started as well as make recommendations for you.
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Thu Mar 27, 2014
Thom Colby answered:
Cindy -

How is the value compared to the mortgage balance? Is the home worth 60%, 70%, 80%, 90% of the mortgage balance, etc.? Depending upon this answer, the offer you have may be the best you can do.

Best,

Thom Colby
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Tue Feb 23, 2010
Connie Bramble answered:
Hi there,
It is just another term we don't hear much for the standard deed. It very simple means that there is a specific number of years that the loan has to be paid off in. You have a note which show all the particulars about your loan and then a deed of trust securing the note. Very standard.
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Thu Aug 7, 2008
Tony Vega answered:
I locked a very similar amount at 5.875% today with no points and just over $2,000 in closing costs. on a house in Fullerton. If you are not buying down the rate, a good chunk of that 10K is your mortage brokers commssion.

Let me know if you want my mortgage guy's phone number.
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Tue Jul 22, 2008
Vicky Chrisner answered:
You do need individual counseling from lenders. Since you're so far from me, I can only suggest this - talk to lenders, not mortgage brokers. Get a referral from your real estate agent; and talk to your current bank (whereever your checking and savings accts are). Be careful talking to companies that are about to disappear (like Countrywide) - their guidelines could change at the drop of the hat... and if you've put months into positioning yourself to buy based on that lenders criteria, you might find it was in vain.

No, it is not too early to start talking to real estate agents. This is only one of the buyer agency type of services we have, and since we work with mortgagors all day every day, we can usually suggest some good ones.
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