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Financing in Suffolk County : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jul 3, 2013
CH Naamad answered:
I am sure there is. There are several mortgage brokers and others in related fields that look at all these questions and hopefully one of them will respond to you.
Best of luck.
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Sun Mar 9, 2014
Rafael Hernandez answered:
I beleive you should be able to refinance but you definitely would want to talk to a mortgage lender. Each lender has different guidelines and you just want to make sure that you speak to a few of then so that you fully understand your options. ... more
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Wed Mar 20, 2013
CH Naamad answered:
Try to contact the loan holder and discuss some sort of arrangement with them to get you back on track.
There are government agencies that may here too. Please contact your city Gvt office for details.
Best of luck,
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Sun Mar 17, 2013
CH Naamad answered:
Please refer to this mortgage broker. He is really good and can answer all your questions regarding mortgages and loans.
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Wed Mar 20, 2013
Michael Suffoletto answered:
With a purchase mortgage you cannot take out more than the cost of the home to consolidate debt. There are renovation mortgages that allow you to borrow more than the home purchase price to update, expand, or make general improvements to the home. ... more
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Thu Feb 28, 2013
Rafael Hernandez answered:
There a few ways but the best two ways is usually refinancing for a lower rate or if you have taxes and insurance included in your payments then another way is to lower your insurance payments by finding a more competively priced insurance company as we as by lowering the taxes on the property via owner occupancy exemption or having city re-access your property. ... more
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Thu Feb 14, 2013
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Mon Feb 11, 2013
Stacie Chandler answered:
Hi Eric.

That is definitely a mortgage question. So I have forwarded your question to a Senior Mortgage Planner, Sean Callan, with Drew Mortgage (scallan@drewmortgage.com). Once he get's back to me with the answer, I will pass it along to you.

Enjoy the day.
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Tue Feb 5, 2013
CH Naamad answered:
This is a really great questions. I am looking forward to hearing some interesting answers here.
Thank you,
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Wed Jan 30, 2013
Richard Shapiro answered:
Yes they are. Both Fannie and Freddie charge risk adjustments to cash out loans. I believe the charges start when the loan is more than 60% of value. Lower credit acres can add to these adjustments. ... more
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Mon Feb 11, 2013
Richard Shapiro answered:
If you can get a payment on fixed rate near what your payment is on the arm then it may be a good time
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Tue Jan 29, 2013
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Mon Jan 14, 2013
Richard Shapiro answered:
Commercial loan? No requirements for her first time buyer you just need to have 25% down and make sure that the building carry itself
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Sun Jan 27, 2013
Richard Shapiro answered:
On an investment property condominium unit you need to put down 25%.
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Sun Jan 13, 2013
Angela Nelson answered:
An FHA loan requires only 3.5% down!
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Mon Dec 16, 2013
McCormack Scanlan answered:
There are many questions that need to be answered. How many owners in an association, the health of the reserve fund and whether you plan on living in the property will dictate whether you can purchase with 5, 10 or 20% down.

Karen
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Wed Nov 7, 2012
Alison Hillman answered:
Hi there-

I would recommend working with an agent to learn more about the process: http://www.trulia.com/voices/directory/Boston-agent--6578

Hope this helps!

Ali, Community manager ... more
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Wed Nov 7, 2012
Justin Melo answered:
I would be happy to help you. Give me a call and we can set a meeting to go over everything.

Thanks,
Justin Melo
978-758-5028
Justin@bettencourtrealestate.com
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Wed Jan 20, 2016
Richard Shapiro answered:
5% down is tough. 10 % is very possible.

Rshapiro at assetmortgage dot net
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