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Lending requirements will vary based on several factors including income. Your best option is to contact a local, reputable lender in your area and review your options...
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Answered by Ted Erickson
Mortgage Broker in Novato, CA
Advantage as opposed to renting it? As compared to what?
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when you moving frequently rent to own is a good option without paying purchase fee about 30,000 and closing fee at sell again 30,000
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Answered by Greg Fischer
Mortgage Broker in Manchester, NH
Probably not the way you're thinking. Having downpayment may qualify you for different loan programs - zero down options have different rules/rates than 5% down option...
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Mortgage Broker in Maryland Heights, MO
If you have an established relationship with a credit union, it never hurts to ask there. For a second opinion, you can always look at loan officers from this site wh...
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Mortgage Broker in Maryland Heights, MO
Aside from the tax aspect of your situation, from a lending perspective, gifts are a common source of down payment money. The parent (or family member) and recipient ...
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Answered by Ted Rood PRO+
Mortgage Broker in Maryland Heights, MO
I presume you mean "upfront" on paying the closing costs, as opposed to adding them to your loan. The answer to that question is no. APR is determined by the costs of...
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Asked by Bobbie
Answered by Justin Clark
Mortgage Broker in Moreno Valley, CA
It's a great idea!!!! If it fits your needs and if you qualify. There are many mortgage products that can assist you that are similar to Reverse Mortgages. If you wa...
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Answered by Caroline Gerardo
C G Barbeau in Newport Beach, CA
Rates are lower on 15 year, and it forces you to payoff. HOWEVER the higher payment will make it harder to qualify and harder to get any other loan after you make thi...
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Answered by David Skow
Mortgage Broker in Seattle , WA
No, rates / pricing doesn't vary seasonally, so checking any time is as good as any other time :) A simple tip is that if there is a lot of good economic and glo...
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