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State Colorado
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Loan amount limit $500
Loan terms Min: 6 Months
Finance rates 20%: $0-$300 + 7.5%: $301-$500 plus 45% per annum interest plus monthly maintenance fee $7.50 per $100 borrowed, up to $30, after first month.
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12308 W 64th Avenue, Arvada, CO 80004

Colorado

Arvada

3350 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder, CO 80303

Colorado

Boulder

6872 Wadsworth Boulevard No. B, Arvada, CO 80003

Colorado

Arvada

1170 Us Highway 287 No. 250, Broomfield, CO 80020

Colorado

Broomfield

1555 S Havana Street No. South, Aurora, CO 80012

Colorado

Aurora

1563 E Bridge Street No. B, Brighton, CO 80601

Colorado

Brighton

1479 W Eisenhower Boulevard, Loveland, CO 80537

Colorado

Loveland

520 East Main Street, Montrose, CO 81401

Colorado

Montrose

98 Wadsworth Boulevard No. 121, Denver, CO 80226

Colorado

Denver

8580 W Colfax Avenue No. 5, Denver, CO 80215

Colorado

Denver


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  • Primary home mortgage, with 2 line of equity loans. My ex-(same sex partner) and I are on a home loan that is up to date. We split up after my car accident. First she wanted the house, then abandoned it. I moved back in to try to take ownership, but later found out she defaulted on the two line of equity loans that are in her name only. I am waiting on a possible accident settlement, but due to my injuries haven't worked and am on appeal with ssdi. I tried to resolve this out to save my good credit, but I can't afford to stay in the house. The primary mortgage co will not do anything, because the account is in good standing.(house is probably worth 2 times what the main loan is that I am on. )I have paid/consulted 3 lawyers, and they have used "mortgage co may/may not ..."language I think because of the complexity. I am concerned that if I default the primary mortgage company might freeze/go after me, as I have assets. I was told she hid the $60K she took out.
  • If you have assets, bring the mortgages current. If the property was owned jointly, you must have signed something to make the liens for the lines of credit valid or else there has been some kind of fraud. Get a good attorney and go after your ex.
  • kind of lame.... sorry
  • sounds a bit gay to me, but in either case... you should join the real estate discussion forum at: http://www.homefindinginfo.com/realestateforum/default.asp You might get some business from it. I don't see any Colorado lenders there yet.
  • Let's see how long it will take E-LOANS to close this one down... Sounds like your trying to market off thier name. Good Luck
  • For any mortgage loan, 20% for Conventional loan and 3% for FHA loan
  • 3.5% fha 5% conventional are the minimum down payments.l Oh by the way there is no such thing as a no fee mortgage. There are cost involved. What they do is charge you a higher rate and you will pay about 3-6 times the normal cost. They Just roll it in the loan and with that higher rate you could spend 10,000 -50,000 or more in excess interest
  • For loans, you call your bank, other banks, and credit unions. Keep in mind that many professional organizations also have credit unions. You would then ask your agent and your lender about first time buyer programs in your state, county, or city. I assume that you mean you just received your income tax refund. If it's sizable, make sure you revamp your withholdings so you aren't getting a huge refund. It doesn't make sense to allow the IRS to earn interest on YOUR money.
  • I moved to Denver, Colorado back in July. I am interested in starting Spring classes next January. I won't have been in Co. till next July. So, I am wondering if I will still qualify for different types of financial aid, such as the Pell Grant, etc. I also plan on taking a few student loans, but have a feeling that doesn't matter if you are still a non-state-resident. I do have an appointment with an advisor tomorrow afternoon. But, wanted to hear from some folks on here first that have the knowledge of this. Serious, helpful questions only please. Thanks!
  • Pell grants, Direct Stafford loans, and other forms of federal aid come from the federal government. Your awards will be the same no matter what state you live in. You will probably also qualify for school scholarships. The only aid that would likely be affected is that which is offered by the State of Colorado itself. For example, you would not be eligible for in-state tuition at state colleges, the Colorado Student Grant, the Colorado College Responsibilities Grant, etc. Colorado does offer quite a bit of aid to students, so if you would meet other qualifications for state residency, it might be worth your while to postpone your enrollment until the fall. Here is a link to the requirements for residency in Colorado for in-state aid: http://highered.colorado.gov/Finance/Res...
  • Financial aid like the Pell Grant is supplied by the federal government, regardless what state you're in. What you won't get is any sort of aid to assist you because you're not a Colorado resident. You'll have to absorb the extra costs of your increased tuition on your own.
  • verify with the state on the length of time required to ascertain residency. verify with a social worker for a cheap attitude to emancipation. Or an criminal specialist for a extra efficient direction. you ought to shop all of your lease expenses, pay stubs, application archives as information of having lived there on condition that 7/05. Get a CO driver's license or id card, asap. The date of situation will facilitate information of residency.
  • community college in another state and had some issues where I either failed or dropped the classes. WIll this affect my ability to obtain a new student loan? Will this affect my ability to obtain Pell Grants? I currently have a student loan out, but I am making my scheduled payments on it every month. I have filled out all FAFSA online, I have all the information sent to the schools (3) that I am interested in, I have signed my Master Promissary Note for each school, and I have been accepted to all 3 schools and have my letters of acceptance. But I do not have any family support financially so I would need these loans to further my education! Thanks so much to anyone with any information that you can provide!
  • There are SAP requirements (Satisfactory Academic Progress), that include maintaining a minimum of a 2.0 cumulative GPA and passing 67% of all classes attempted, that are required by FAFSA rules. If your precious failures and drops result in you not meeting these standards, you won't be eligible to receive federal financial aid funds anywhere.
  • Your previous academic history could create difficulties for you, but not necessarily. If your record did not result in a failure to meet Satisfactory Academic Standards at your old school, it probably won't affect you at all. However, if you did fail to meet the standards, it could have an effect on whether you receive aid at the new school. In order to receive federal student aid (including both grants and loans), you must meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards at the school you are attending. SAP standards can vary somewhat from school to school, so technically speaking, they only apply to the program and school you were attending. However, practically speaking, failing to meet SAP at one school can create problems at a new school as well, particularly if you plan to transfer credits. When you transfer, you will have to meet SAP at that school. When doing the calculation, in most cases, all of the work you did in the past has to be included. So, if you didn't meet SAP at the old school, you may not meet it at the new one, either. However, it's possible that the new school's standards are lower and what wasn't acceptable at the old one is actually ok at the new one. If you are changing majors, it's also possible that the new school has a policy that allows them to include only courses that will be applied to the new major in the calculation, which could also possibly allow you to meet SAP at the new school. If you are starting a completely new program and are not transferring in credits, it's possible that you will not need to meet SAP at the new school at all. Another issue that students frequently encounter when they withdraw is that they end up owing the school a balance for classes that weren't covered by financial aid. In most cases, a school will not release your transcript until you pay the entire balance. Since the new school can't determine if you meet SAP without your transcript, this can prevent you from receiving aid. Because policies vary from school to school, your best bet is to make an appointment with the FA department at your new schools to determine where you stand.
  • The equity line will also be written off and added to your credit report as an additional negative account.
  • The bank will try to get you pay the loan. If they conclude you can't, they will issue you a 1099-C. When that happens, see IRS publication 4681 for the impact to you.
  • I just recently got a job in golden colorado, and now that i am settled down and dont have any student loans or anything to pay back in ready to start looking for a girl. where are some good places to meet an attractive, smart, and good moraled girl? Night clubs? bars? parks? idk, and btw are people in the denver area friendly, if you talk to them will the have a conversation with you or do people keep to themselves normally?
  • Generally people in Colorado are decent, some will talk to you, some wont, some will talk to much lol. As far as women in Golden, I'm not really sure I dont get over there very often, but you can always take a trip up to Black Hawk on a Saturday night. Up to the casinos, I have met a few women up there, one was awesome, beautiful, Asian. I really liked her, would love to see her again, I lost her phone number, I looked everywhere for it lol. Oh well guess it wasn't meant to be. At least Golden really isnt to far from Denver and Larimer square, Lodo, I'm sure you can meet a nice woman there. Good luck and Go home!!!!!!!!! Just kidding, welcome to Colorado.
  • Try joining the Colorado Mountain Club. They have tons of activities especially for singles including hikes, movie nights, dining groups and classes. You can meet women who are fit and interested in Colorado's outdoors. They have a headquarter building in Golden. http://www.cmc.org/ Another good place to meed people is dog parks. Table Mountain Dog Shelter near Golden has many wonderful pups looking for forever homes. I have noticed many friendships blossoming at local dog parks among the regulars.
  • For one, why are you swearing using asterisks? That makes you seem immature, either say the words or don't. Secondly, if you wouldn't want to meet the guy in person, phone sex should not be an option-that's probably illegal considering he's in college and you're in high school, plus that's probably what led him into wanting to meet you. I'd have to say, if you're uncomfortable meeting him in person, stop talking to him. Don't answer his calls or anything- your gut is telling you something's sketchy about this guy. But if you're only worried that he won't like you, I'd say meet him. Ask your parent/ a friend to come with you though, in case he's a rapist or something. If he likes you, cool. If he doesn't, at least you tried. If he's a creep/rapist, your friend/parent will be there to help you. In my opinion, I'd either cut ties now, or bring a buddy to check it out to be safe.
  • Congrats on your new job and welcome to CO! Beautiful here, and great people, I'm sure you'll love it! The other people gave some good suggestions. I also suggest sports games or church lol. :)
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