Aug. 19, 2008
Approximately 2 million residents in the US have filed for bankruptcy between 2002 and 2003. If you have recently filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in the last 12 months, you are probably having difficulties getting credit approval, especially for a Bankruptcy mortgage. You may find a mortgage company that will work with you, but the mortgage rate will be a lot higher than the average mortgage rates.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy stays on your credit file for 10 years following the date that you are declared insolvent, and seven years for a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. While many mortgage companies do not permit applicants with negative credit files, there are some FHA companies who can help with a mortgage loan after bankruptcy. This will vary with your last 12-24 month history on your credit file after the filing date and/or discharge date.
Most Bankruptcy Mortgage companies will require that you wait 12 months from the filing date for a Chapter 13 Refinance, and 24 months after discharge for a Chapter 7. You will need to find an FHA company that specializes in these types of loans. The right mortgage broker can help you find various lender who will work with your current situation. They will require you to have a reestablished credit history after your bankruptcy filing/discharge date. It's also important to review your credit report to make sure ALL the credit tradelines are being reported correctly. This maybe time consuming so it's important to apply immediately with a mortgage lender that can help you with your credit needs. Having mortgage lates during/after a Bankruptcy can have a detrimental effect on the underwriter's decision.
The most common mortgage for a bankruptcy is called an FHA Buyout. You're required to receive the Trustee's approval for this Chapter 13 refinance, and will need 12 months of timely payments. This FHA loan has helped out many borrowers to lower their overall monthly payment obligation.
Please visit our website for more Bankruptcy loan information.
Aug. 8, 2008
Charlotte Mortgages require a Refinance Benefits Statement. This disclosure is required by NC to show that there is a benefit in refinancing your home loan. These are some reasons why most people refinance their current mortgage : a lower interest rate, ARM to Fixed rate mortgage, shorter loan term, debt consolidation, removing PMI, and maybe to receive extra cash. Here are a few tips that can help you find a Charlotte Home Mortgage: (Actual content on website)
No Difference in Mortgage Rate
Choosing the best option
Viewing your current Mortgage
Shopping for lenders
Go over the Disclosures
PPP Prepayment Penalties
North Carolina requires NC Mortgage Lenders to complete a Refinance Benefits Statement for a Charlotte Refinance. Refinancing Charlotte mortgage loans is our speciality, and we’ll be glad to help you with all your questions & needs. Please visit our North Carolina Mortgage Rates page for our daily rates!
Jul. 21, 2008
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Jul. 4, 2008
FHA has helped millions of borrowers, making it the biggest insurer of Government mortgages in all of the United States. Congress introduced the (EAHA) Expanding American Homeownership Act in June 2006, which would enable FHA mortgage loans to be a great option for more low-to-moderate-income, and minority families so they can achieve the American Dream of owning a home. The Current FHA home loan apr has dropped to 6.125% - and dropped to the current FHA APR interest rate 6.460%. This is awesome news for those seeking a mortgage loan from FHA.
FHA mortgage refinancing has also helped those homeowners in 2/28 ARMs, and someone who is just looking for a low FHA mortgage interest rate APR. FHA cash out home loans may go to 95% of the loan to value, and FHA rate/term home loan refinances may go up to 97.75% of the loan to value.
Mar. 13, 2008
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Mar. 6, 2008
FHA Loan limits have gone up today for most of the United States.
The bottom limit is now $271,050, and some areas have gone up to $729,750.
Make sure to check current FHA mortgage rates to see if this may lower your current mortgage rate.
FHA Home loans have been around a long time, and have been helping millions of 1st time home buyers.
FHA mortgage refinances have been helping many homeowners to get out of high rate ARMs.
Mar. 2, 2008
Current VA loan rates have lowered to 5.5% - APR 5.89%
This is really good news for veteran borrowers who are looking for a VA home loan.
A VA mortgage loan can assist many homeowners with a no down payment, and also for those that need a bad credit mortgage.
VA home mortgages can assist a 1st time home buyer or 2nd time home buyer. You're can use the VA home loan as many times as you move to a new home, and not currently using it.
VA home refinances have also been helping homeowners that are in 2/28 ARMs, and those that have been looking for a low VA mortgage rate. You're also able to do a VA streamline refinance (IRRRL) if you currently have a VA home loan.
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