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Is It Possible To Obtain A $0 Down Home Loan If You Have Good Credit But No Down Payment? Ca ST Time Buyer?From Renting & Real Estate Forum:
is it possible to obtain a $0 down home loan if you have good credit but no down payment? Ca ST time buyer? I make good money and have very stable employment, but in California it is still very difficult to obtain a down payment on a home. I hear that Aerodrome is a possibility? Does anyone know? thanks.
Answer: You obtain a down payment by selling your assets and saving. It is not harder in CA then elsewhere. No, with the market falling you will not get a loan without a down.
My Wife Has A Credit Score Of 653, Has Been On Her Job For 5 Months. Is She Eligible For A 0 Down Home Loan?From Personal Finance Forum:
My wife has a credit score of 653, has been on her job for 5 months. Is she eligible for a 0 down home loan? She recently was approved for a 0 down truck loan through a local bank.
Answer: How long was she at her previous job? Was it the same line of work? What is the reason for leaving? Is it more pay? ..Or is she right out of college? These are some main questions that need to be answered in order to give you accurate advice.. But, I will say that you do have many options... Her credit score will work, depending on how many, and the type of trade lines (credit accounts) that she currently has... Also, I assume this Will be your first home? My company has many specialized loan programs for first time home buyers... Do you have a house in mind yet? Or you just trying to see if it is possible to qualify? I would be happy to assist you in your home purchase, I just need much more information... I can tell you though that if she meets alto of the guidelines, you can actually qualify for a pretty good rate with her score, as long as there are other supporting fa tors... Feel free to call me anytime to discuss your options from a lending standpoint.. My name is Jason Fry, I am a licensed mortgage consultant, and have been originating mortgage loans for over 8 years... I irk for Providential Ban corp, and we serve most of the US... If you would like to know more about what you qualify for, call me direct at 312-264-6448, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org... I look forward to hearing from you! Jason Fry Licensed Mortgage Consultant Providential Bancorp 312-264-6448 866-264-SAVE
Looking For A 0 Down Home Loan?From Renting & Real Estate Forum:
Looking for a 0 down home loan? Where can I get a mortgage for a home that is 252,000 dollars with NO down payment?
Answer: It's not available at this time. Maybe again in the future when the economy picks up. We had a HUGE down payment for our next house and need to move. Well, with the house prices dropping so much and and HOAR assessment fee they have imposed on us condo owners, we are out everything if we go to sell. So we'll either stay for a few more years and I'll have to figure out how to get my kids to share a bedroom. Or...we'll have to sell for whatever we can get even if we have a "loss" and go back to renting.
What Would Happen If We Didn'T Go Through With The Bailout Or Went With An Alternative Plan?From Other - Business & Finance Forum:
what would happen if we didn't go through with the bailout or went with an alternative plan? What are the other plans.
Answer: If the bailout doesn't happen, then the banks won't be able to loan like they have been. Everything tightens up....you won't be able to get loans such as student loans etc. Your interest rate will go up on credit cards, more and more homes will go into foreclosure. We will go into a deep recession or depression and it will take us a long time to pull out of it. You now won't be able to get these 0 down home loans anymore.
0% Down Home Loan With Great Credit 700 Or Higher?From Renting & Real Estate Forum:
0% down home loan with great credit 700 or higher? We have great credit, but little savings. We are selling our current home, but probably won't get more than the payoff. Any ideas where to go for a Zero down loan, that won't make you have PMI?
Answer: Most lenders would have an 80/20 or 75/25 product available that would avoid PM. Whether that's really your best deal, you should get quotes for both. You can get 100% financing, with PM, that will end up fairly close in payments to any 80/20 option. Difference is, MI can be dropped after a couple years. The higher rate on your ND won't go away unless it's refinanced. Over a 5-7 year period, the MI option would likely be the cheaper choice. So just compare both, using your personal best estimate of time you think you'll be in that home. MI can be tax-deductible now, if your household income is less than $100,000. By $110,000 it's not. So that helps make a better comparison.
I Am Employed In A MC In USA. I Have Some Savings. I Intend Buying A House In USA.?From Personal Finance Forum:
I am employed in a MC in USA. I have some savings. I intend buying a house in USA.? Should I put all my savings upfront when buying this house in USA ? OR it is better to put no upfront money. Which is better ? What extra benefit do I get by paying upfront some money say 10% of the value of the house from my savings. Do I get lesser interest terms ? Do I get rewarded for saving ? OR is it better to pay upfront the minimum stipulated ?
Answer: There is no such thing as 0% down home loan anymore unless you qualify for a VA (military) loan. All other loans will require at least a 3.5% down payment.
Does Anyone Else Wish The News Programs Would Stu About The Credit Crunch?From Media & Journalism Forum:
Does anyone else wish the news programs would STU about the credit crunch? Every time I hear the news on the radio or watch it on tv--all it is ever about is how badly hit we are and people will "be struggling to cope" ---We are the luckiest group of people on the planet--we have food and clothing and shelter.....some of us even have Blue Ray-do the Media companies get paid to make us feel sh1tty? Excellent answer --why do they make us believe we need things that we cant afford? Is it a required aspect of Capitalism , in order for the market to evolve--so we must evolve too?
Answer: Their basic needs of clothing, food and shelter aren't enough. Americans believe they are entitled. Entitled to homes, cars, electronics and unnecessary desires they can't afford because advertisers, politicians, and the media tell them they aren't complete without all those things. This is the main reason we had a housing meltdown. People who previously couldn't qualify for a mortgage were being approved for 0% down home loans because they were entitled to the American Dream. Financial institutions should be tightening their credit. Without credit it is difficult to buy what you can't afford anyway. Therefore, the media and politicians tell us credit is tight (credit crunch) on Main Street. Congress wants to throw another 500+ billion at the economy to loosen up the credit. Besides, with an election looming, the media wants everyone to know how terrible things are so you will vote for their man. The Agent of Change.
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