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Michael Kirkutis wrote:

How can I get a loan as a self-employed person?

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Mortgage lenders will typically take a 2 year average of tax returns for qualfiying income.  Also, they typically need the tax returns filed and validated by the IRS meaning they have been input into the system which may take some time after filing.  Speak to a licensed mortgage person in your area about getting prequalified for a mortgage loan.  Good luck! 
December 06 2013
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How can my husband and I get approved if he's the one working but I have the better credit?

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My mortgage lenders in CT will use the lower middle fico score of 2 borrowers.  Speak to a licensed mortgage person in your area about seeing what mortgage programs you would qualify for.  Best of luck!
December 06 2013
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First time buyer mortgage rate seems high?

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Check with a couple of other licensed mortgage professionals in your area.  You can use the find a pro tab and plug in your town/state.  Best of luck!
December 05 2013
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Is there any way to get a new comp taken into consideration on my appraisal?

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Yes, complete the appraisal dispute form listing all the things you mentioned.  See what happens with the outcome.  You could always apply with another mortgage company and get a new appraisal of value with that mortgage lender although you will have to pay for another appraisal.  Good luck!
December 05 2013
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Minimum Credit Score to Qualify for Mortage

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Each mortgage lender will have their own qualifying mortgage criteria for each particular mortgage program.  Contact a licensed mortgage professional in your area to get prequalifed to see what mortgage programs are available to you.  You can get an idea of mortgage payments and settlement costs for each particular program.  You can use the find a pro tab to look for someone in your town/state.  Good luck!
December 04 2013
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Step by step, what do I do first to buy my first home?

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The first step is to get prequalifed by a licensed mortgage professional for a mortgage loan.  A mortgage professional will analyze your personal financial situation to see which particular mortgage programs are available to you.  You can get an idea of monthly mortgage payments and overall settlement costs associated with your home purchase which will help you in your decision making.  Good luck!
December 04 2013
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Where to get mortgage broker..same state or state to buy a house

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You will need to find a mortgage professional who is licensed in the state where you are seeking mortgage financing.  Check the "find a pro" tab and plug in your town or zip to search for someone in that area.  Best of luck!
December 03 2013
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How are property taxes and HOA calculated for pre-qualification/pre-approval?

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In qualifying someone for a home mortgage without a specific property, we will research taxes and HOA fees for properties in the value range and town that the person is considering.  This will give a general idea of the taxes and HOA fees for similar properties as a start.  Once a borrower has a specific property, then we can rerun the numbers with actual housing expense items for that particular property.
December 03 2013
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Is it possible to get loan with 180 day rate lock while building my home?

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Check with a few local mortgage companies about extended rate lock options.  Use the "find a pro" tab and search in your town or zip code for a local licensed mortgage professionals.  Best of luck!
November 26 2013
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New GFE & fee <48 hours before closing?

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In CT, we have had a few storms in recent years where they declared certain counties disaster areas.  The mortgage lenders ordered updated compliance inspection certificates to confirm the current condition of the properties so that no damage had occurred.  It fell under a "changed circumstance" in the GFE and the additional charges for the appraiser inspection applied to the mortgage transaction. 
November 26 2013
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