self-employed need a 43% DTI looking for a 10 yr ARm
Our JUMBO TERMS ARE AS FOLLOWSPurchase / Rate & Term 70% LTV to $3 million80% LTV to $1 Million with 680 Credit score43% DTI acceptable and as Litte a 9 month's escrows1 appraisal needed up to $1.5 MillionAsset Based Incorime - OK6% seller contribution - OKGift Funds for Downpayment - OKI will get it done with above loan parameters....Call Mr Maurice At Value Funding Inc San Antonio, Texas
Hi Everyone,We render rehab/business loan services to both individual and cooperate organizations at an affordable interest rate. Kindly provide more information on the funding you need for further review.Warm regardsChristina WoodsFinancial Secretary,US GLOBAL INVESTORS, INC[email protected]
Hi Everyone,We render rehabbusiness loan services to both individual and cooperate organizations at an affordable interest rate. Kindly provide more information on the funding you need for further review.Warm regardsChristina WoodsFinancial Secretary,US GLOBAL INVESTORS, INC[email protected]
Thats your problem . No lender will take a loan with any disputes, Never let them try to fix it. they won't be able to do it. the credit bureaus won't listen to them. The best way to fix is to use First american credco for credit reports. what ever you need fixed . you fill out on their form with documentation. its fixed in 72 hours. $120 for the first 2 items then a few for each additional. Always collect the money ahead of time. For some reason, they will try to skip out on paying after it is fixed. and the lenders won't let you put the fees on the hud-1. So you have to provide it as a seperate service. If you need help. go to my website and I can process the loan for you.
I have had him in credit repair going on 6 months, but he has a mail delivery issue. So we still have two tax liens (paid and released) to delete to get there from what I am told.
too bad they aren't veterans. Then you could do it. have you tried to show them how to bring the score up?
I am brokering it, discounting the loan, but he is ineligble for an I/O since his score is under 720.
Just cut your fee and you will come down to a 43 back ratio.
seems very doable. this is most likely a portfolio loan
Yes, 1,100,000 and it is a primary residence.
Is this a primary residence?