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DE, Single-Family, Refinance, $130K, 580 FICO, 100% LTV
Posted on 10/29/2014 8:20:14 AM

I'm am writing this in hopes of getting a cash out refi for the home I live in with me my wife and two boys.My father passed away in 2007 due to a medical malpractice.We purchased this home with his money he got from the malpractice suit.I had been taking care of my dad since the age of 18.We moved in the home 9 years ago and have since started a family and have settled in this neighborhood with my wife and boys.Since the home was left to me and my brother I have to buy him out.I have 100% equity in it and need 130,000 to buy him out.I am a hard worker and so is my wife are credit scores are not up to par.So that's why I'm putting my situation out there in hopes that I will have the opportunity to stay in my home.I have the deed free and clear just need a little help.

  • by Michael Washington Maverickfunding on 11/5/2014 1:45:48 PM

    Good evening how are you My name is Michael Washington i would like to speak to more about helping you with your loan and also helping you with your Credit Score as well so please call me this evening at 443-467-3578 about 6pm today

    Thank You!
    Michael Washington

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