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Author Topic: EXPERIENCED LOAN OFFICER HELP?  (Read 1916 times)

Offline REAL ESTATE INVESTOR

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EXPERIENCED LOAN OFFICER HELP?
« on: February 18, 2006, 05:13:42 pm »
I am fairly new as a loan officer.  I would appreciate any information as to completing the following deal:

697 credit
stated
100 LTV

New construction complete "BUilder paying 3 points towards buyers mortgage" purchase $352,000 appraisal $410,000

income $5K job 1 $4K job 2 monthly
Ohio property
*** Customer is flexable with MTA or any 100% product.  He plans to refi in 6 months and take advantage of the equity in the form of a new line of credit.  Where do I take this deal and why?

I'd also appreciate it if I had a contact number for anyone who doesn't mind lending their expertise on up and coming deals that I may have.  I'll send holiday gifts to those that can help me get a fast start in the business. :)

Offline ShaunG

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Re:EXPERIENCED LOAN OFFICER HELP?
« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2006, 07:26:38 pm »
Are you in Ohio Ike?  I am in Cleveland.  Southstar Funding has a 100% stated option ARM.  680 minimum fico.  If you need 100% interest only stated, I would check out Aurora Loan Services for their 80/20.  That would be the 2 places I would take the loan as long as it is possible.  Aurora and Southstars seconds are high, but if he will refi in 6 months, he can just refinance his second mortgage.  Keep the first.  Do a 5/6 interest only at Aurora, they price out the best.  If he plans on staying htere and living there for a while, you should go with the interest only for the best interests of your customer.  The MTA is not a good loan in general for an Ohio property.  There are certain cases, but I would go with the I/O unless he plans on taking the extra money he saves monthly and investing it elsewhere.  Good luck!
« Last Edit: February 18, 2006, 07:28:34 pm by ShaunG »
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