Tag Archives: mortgage
Q: I am thinking of purchasing a property within the next year and I need to fix my credit. How can I tell if a credit repair company is legitimate? Read More.
I want to use my current home as an income-producing property, but am having trouble getting a loan. Can you help?
Q: I own a three-family home in Holyoke, Massachusetts, and would like to use it as a rental/income property and purchase a home in a more rural area. Can you help me find a lender who doesn’t see in only black and white? I spoke with a lender who said that they would not consider the rents from all three apartments because it wasn’t on my taxes as such. I tried to explain that I am living in one apartment and my mother in another, so the two apartments weren’t rented out. I have all three apartments rented out–$700, $700, and $850 per month covers ALL the mortgage, taxes and insurance, and leaves me with $950 income at the end of the month. I am so frusterated and any help on such a lender or your professional suggestions would be … Read More.
Q: I haven’t paid my mortgage in over a year. They haven’t sent us any foreclosure notices yet, but when they do, I was wondering how I should respond and what to do to get loan modification. Read More.
We were told our loan was going through and now they are saying our debt to income ratio is probably too low.
Q: We have a house appraised at $720,000. We recently applied for a refi and home equity loan since our current mortgage is based on LIBOR and we are concerned about interest jumps on our adjustable. We have never had an issue with not being able to make payments till now. My husband is a financial adviser and hasn’t been able to earn enough to pay our bills. We have dwindled our savings to nearly nothing. We were told our loan was going through until the mortgage guy was fired last month and now they are saying our debt to income ratio is probably too low. We need the home equity loan to hold us over until we can figure out how to increase our income, etc. Now what? My income has doubled but is very low given my profession … Read More.