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Asked by Scott
Answered by Greg Fischer
Mortgage Professional in Manchester, NH
For a full on construction loan? Not a 203k, Homestyle or other renovation product? Try AFR Wholesale.
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Asked by Destinyban
Answered by Justin Clark
Mortgage Professional in Moreno Valley, CA
That depends on many things. With a bank, you are most likely only going to hear only what that particular bank has to offer. With a Mortgage broker, you will most l...
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Asked by an anonymous user
Answered by Justin Clark
Mortgage Professional in Moreno Valley, CA
I would honestly recommend you shop both. Both of those options have their own benefits. If you go to a bank you might save a little on the fees that are associated w...
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Answered by Randy Adams
Real Estate Pro in TX
You have to understand that just because a lender is being aggressive doesn't mean they're not a good company. The mortgage industry is very competitive so most lender...
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Answered by Pouyan Broukhim
Mortgage Professional in Los Angeles, CA
One that doesn't drain your monthly income and builds equity
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Asked by William
Answered by Michael Bull
Mortgage Professional in Plano, TX
The only place I know that does refi's on manufactured housing is Wells Fargo.
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Asked by kim
Answered by David Skow
Mortgage Professional in Seattle , WA
Using the same criteria on the same day at the same time, request quotes or proposals from both these firms (and whomever else you want to consider). Once you have th...
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Asked by Lonnie
Answered by Daniel Munoz
Mortgage Professional in Plano, TX
We offer FHA Financing on Mobile Homes they come with many restrictions though, what state are you in?
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Asked by whaynes52
Answered by MoneyTips Writing Staff
Financial Adviser in Los Angeles, CA
The HARP program was established to help homeowners with underwater mortgages, you can read more about that here. Are you looking for a refinance loan, or some other t...
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Asked by James
Answered by Samuel Kotzur PRO+
Loan Officer in Ocean City, MD
Hi James. Your best bet for financing would be to talk to a local community bank that holds their loans in-house in their own portfolio. There may be some financing ...
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