Looking to get a Jumbo Loan at 90% LTV

We are looking to purchase a new construction in Farmington for $650-700K price and want to get a 90% combined LTV loans (may include home equity etc.)

- single family home for primary residence
- credit score of 790+
- Executive job position (directly report to C level) - can afford mortgage payments

How difficult is it to get a lender to give 90% LTV.

  • May 16 2011 - Hartford
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Difficult, but definitely possible. The lender will need to review all your financials and you'll probably have to give up your first born child.
  • June 23 2011
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I don't know what county you live in (I'm from NY), but check out HUD.gov to see the lending limits for the area. If the amount you are asking for, falls within the limit you should not have any problem.
  • June 07 2011
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Hi GB, i could help you with 85% LTV and no mortgage insurance. Mike
  • June 03 2011
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It should be possible... I'm surprised none of the numerous brokers on here have chimed in yet.



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  • May 18 2011
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