Lenders wanted

CA, Single-Family, Purchase, $900K, 670 FICO, 80% LTV
Posted on 8/21/2013 9:51:48 AM

I did a short sale on my primary on my primary two months ago. I want to purchase again.

  • by Eric Morgenson on 11/14/2013 10:26:44 AM

    We can do non-qualified loans. We don't require full income documentation but we will assess the ability to repay the loan via bank statements both business and or personnel. We also do not have a FICO score requirement. Foreclosures and BKs one day old are OK. We look at the whole story. It's responsible lending with a common sense approach. (949) 554-5000. 30 year amortized loans with no pre-pay. These are not hard money loans.

  • by Lionel Sabbah on 11/8/2013 12:20:43 PM

    We can do a 20% down payment loan, with a 660 credit score. This is not a hard money loan. The rate on a 5 year Arm are around 4.875. We can do this one day after a short sale. Income is required.

    Lionel Sabbah
    (323) 954-8900 ext. 315

  • by dale lyons on 9/16/2013 9:10:56 AM

    I have several options
    714 916 8670

  • by Steve Calk, Chairman on 9/11/2013 9:37:17 AM

    The Federal Savings Bank will consider this deal. Please call me directly at 312-838-6250

  • by Tarek Azar on 8/30/2013 10:14:41 AM

    (Orange County) We do have a few options for you to be considered at this time. Stated income is ok... tazar@symbolicholdings.com | 714.353.9257

  • by Robert Cloud on 8/28/2013 1:24:29 PM

    We can do a loan 1 year after Short Sale and the terms are great.

    Contact Robert Cloud @ Pinnacle Capital Mortgage

    1-800-254-9659 ext 180

  • by Robert Cloud on 8/28/2013 1:21:33 PM

    How much do you have down? We have a program with as little as 3.5% down. We can help...

    Contact Robert Cloud @ Pinnacle Capital Mortgage
    1-800-254-9659 ext 180

  • by Heidi Lawler on 8/22/2013 7:23:23 PM


    We have a loan program that has no waiting period after a short sale. Your fico score and down payment meet the program guidelines. Please contact me for more information. 619-249-3220

  • by Julia Maio on 8/22/2013 10:21:01 AM

    I can help you. Please contact me for more information. My cell is 619-362-1303 or email me at Julia.Maio@FremontBank.com.

  • by Steve Kazmarek on 8/22/2013 9:34:43 AM

    This is something that I believe I may help you with if just a shortsale with no preceeding mortgage lates.. I am with a direct lender with multiple financing options. Also, I have over 30 years experience in the mortgage real estate industry.Currently in a conference, but can talk in about 2 hours. My cell is 443-739-6847 and available to you even late in the evening.

  • by Brian Nguyen on 8/21/2013 12:27:53 PM

    When applying for a loan after a short sale there is usually waiting period that can be anywhere from 2-7 years depending on the next down payment. Fortunately, my company (iServe Residential Lending) can give an immediate mortgage after a short-sale that was due to job relocation, or if there are other compensating factors and strengths to the file. If you have any further questions or if you need a loan, please refer to this site for my information.


    Good Luck!

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