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Answered by Chad Freeman, Branch ManagerPRO+ in Bethesda, MD
Hello Mike: My recommendation would be to start with a lender referral from someone that you know. Perhaps a family member or a friend that has worked with a partic...
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I would start by asking for detailed transaction history from this lender. This way you can see how the funds received are distributed.
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Hello: The short answer is "yes". However the longer answer to this question involves whether not you have enough equity in your home, whether or not you can qualif...
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Below is contact info for wholesale rep of AFR who has the program you need. They are licensed in SD...ask him to refer you to a loan originator in your state. Good ...
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