As Brian mentioned below more than likely you will have to obtain a commercial loan since the property is zoned agricultural. Local credit unions and smaller banks are typically great resources for this type of refinancing. Best of luck!
It depends on where you are sitting currently in regards to interest rate and principal balance remaining. Contact a lender and go through the application process with them and they should be able to provide you with a breakdown of the savings/cost incurred. Best of luck!
Contact a lender today and chat with him/her regarding what exactly you are looking to achieve. In many cases with a time frame of less than a year it is not worth while to refinance as the cost incurred will not be recouped in such a short amount of time. However, depending on your exact situation it may be a good solution!Best of luck!
Yes you can! Many lenders go down to a 580 score and sometimes even lower. Find a lender to get preapproved with today!Best of luck!
First of all I would like to thank your husband for serving our country, it is very much appreciated! There should be no issues finding a lender to assist in a mortgage like this. Feel free to use the Agents tab above to find a lender to assist. Most lenders go down to 580 credit scores for VA loans and some go even lower. Best of luck!
Find a lender to chat with using Agents tab above and click on mortgage lenders. A lender can be a great resource in seeing what options are available for you. For instance with a 581 score and minimal down, the programs that come to mind for me is FHA and VA. Best of luck!
2 years after the date of discharge and you should be good to get a new mortgage!Best of luck!
Based on he credit scores you had at the time of initial pull I would've recommended you go FHA. However now that you have paid down some debt and paid those collections I would reach out to another lender and chat with them regarding possible avenues to get financed. USDA and FHA have very different guides for most lenders in regards to credit score requirements and therefore if you are looking for the more lenient one I would look at FHA. Best of luck!
DTI should not play a factor in calculating the interest rate.Best of luck!
Contact another lender and have them take a look at it. Based on what you presented above I am surprised you were denied. Best of luck!