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State Kentucky
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Allowed (Our partner lenders provide payments in Kentucky)
Loan amount limit $500
Loan terms 14-60 days
Finance rates $15 per $100 on face value of check + $1 database fee
Finance charges $17.65
Maximum APR (Annual percentage rate) 459%

1308 N Dixie Highway, Elizabethtown, KY 42701

Kentucky

Elizabethtown

161 Outer Loop, Louisville, KY 40214

Kentucky

Louisville

5704 Outer Loop, Louisville, KY 40219

Kentucky

Louisville

116 Blueberry Lane, Nicholasville, KY 40356

Kentucky

Nicholasville

709 N Main Street, Nicholasville, KY 40356

Kentucky

Nicholasville

3333 Frederica Street, Owensboro, KY 42301

Kentucky

Owensboro

2603 Dixie Highway, Louisville, KY 40216

Kentucky

Louisville

541 W Dixie Avenue, Elizabethtown, KY 42701

Kentucky

Elizabethtown

3200 Park Avenue, Paducah, KY 42001

Kentucky

Paducah

210 Versailles Road, Frankfort, KY 40601

Kentucky

Frankfort


Frequently asked questions about cash loans in kentucky

  • Everything was left to me. I don't have the immediate cash to pay off the debts. And I don't have perfect credit. But mother had bills and I desperately want to keep the house!!!!!!!!!! I have paid the mortgage payments for almost two years now. Or if there is any other suggestion that will help me keep the home...PLEASE let me know. I reside in Kentucky if that helps any.
  • Assuming there is enough equity in the home to pay off the debts of the estate and assuming you would qualify for the loan, you can have the probate attorney work with your new lender & closing agent on getting this done. Technically you can't refinance the house until the house is deeded to you and it can't be deeded to you until all of the debts are paid. If the attorney is willing to transfer the home to you and have the deed held in escrow by the closing agent and have all of the funds from the cash out either paid to the debtors directly from the closing agent or to his office for him to distribute, your problem can be solved. This is not a conventional way to close out probate but it can and has been done many times. Speak with the attorneys involved.
  • If your mother's estate is in probate then all claims against the estate should be filed with the probate court and allowed or disallowed depending on their validity. Most creditors will wait until an estate is settled and the court allocates the estate's assets among creditors and beneficiaries. Do I understand correctly that this matter has been in probate court for 2 years? If you are the sole beneficiary of this estate, why is it taking so long? [Footnote to everyone else: make it your New Year Resolution to establish and fund your Living Trust soon.] You best next step is to sit down and have a frank discussion with your attorney or, suspecting that you do not have one, call your county bar association for a referral to probate specialist. The attorney will paid out of the estate.
  • I would imagine if it's in probate yet there should be an attorney involved with the handling of it. You need to check the status with the attorney to see whether or not you could refi the house ( approved by the court. )
  • If you are the beneficiary who is to receive the house you can deal with the lender; even re-finance. But you have to deal with it one step removed through the Personal Representative (executor) -- unless you ARE the executor, in which case you can do it yourself as the estate representative. You need to retain an attorney.
  • No, you cannot refinance a mortgage that is in probate because you DON'T LEGALLY OWN IT until probate is over. If it's in probate, you can't sell it or refinance it. That is a standard underwriting guideline.
  • No you can't you have to wait until you have payed of whatever the probate fee is and then they might let you remorgage your house but until then you just have to do whatever they want in order to do it.
  • you can't do anything with the property while it is in probate. just tell the creditors you will pay everything as soon as probate is over and hopefully they'll quit hasseling you
  • I don't believe that to be right
  • Thankyou all for your answers and opinions.
  • Yes u can. Just talk to the mortagereee.
  • I aksed before and no body answered. My daughter is going there end of this summer. It is in Kentucky. The concillers at her school is who got her to apply last year and said it was a good college for her. She the only one at her school to get in and 8 other kids tryed. Then we wanted her to choose that one cuz honestly we coudent afford any of the other ones even with her scolarship money loans and grants. I feel bad a bout that. Berea College tho we got all the money cash in hand to pay for every thing and she got scolarship money from 3 diffrent ones so we gonna come out ahead this year any ways. Berea College good for biology and agriculture? I want my child to be happy in life.
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  • I want to finance the purchase only of a property in Kentucky that needs some repairs and improvements which I would like to do myself. Will traditional financing sources require I escrow repair funds or take out a construction loan? My goal is to only have the mortgage payment, and finance repairs out of pocket so that I can work at my own pace (and not run up interest on a construction loan). I work in construction and can complete most repairs myself, I just do not have the cash to purchase the home outright and make repairs.
  • if you are a licensed contractor, no problem go to any bank or credit union
  • As long as the place is inhabitable there is no problem. You can't use an FHA loan, but normal ones will be OK, people do this every day, by the hundreds.
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