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State Minnesota
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Allowed (Our partner lenders provide payments in Minnesota)
Loan amount limit $350
Loan terms Max: 30 days
Finance rates $5.50: $0-$50; 10%+$5: $51-$100; 7% (min. $10) + $5: $101-$250; 6% (min. $17.50) + $5: $251-$350 (After default: 2.75% per month)
Finance charges $15
Maximum APR (Annual percentage rate) 390%

17400 Kenwood Trail, Lakeville, MN 55044

Minnesota

Lakeville

650 Professional Drive, Northfield, MN 55057

Minnesota

Northfield

12004 County Road 11, Burnsville, MN 55337

Minnesota

Burnsville

8343 210th Street West, Lakeville, MN 55044

Minnesota

Lakeville

701 W Main Street, Anoka, MN 55303

Minnesota

Anoka

2125 Highway 13 W No. 106, Burnsville, MN 55337

Minnesota

Burnsville

8160 West County Road 42 Suite 700, Savage, MN 55378

Minnesota

Savage

450 1st Avenue West, Shakopee, MN 55379

Minnesota

Shakopee

551 W 78th Street No. 5, Chanhassen, MN 55317

Minnesota

Chanhassen

2304 Mountain Shadow Drive, Duluth, MN 55811

Minnesota

Duluth


Frequently asked questions about loans in minnesota

  • The mobile home is virtually worthless and can't be considered as collateral for a loan. Just go for a straight land purchase and don't mention the mobile home. Your credit score is on the low side. How is your income level? That counts too. And the amount of the down payment. I don't know what the standard is for raw land but a higher than minimum down payment will help. It may be doable. A local lender as opposed to a big, national lender would be the place I would start at.
  • I doubt anyone will lend on a 30 yo mobile. especially with a 620. A 30yo mobile is about to return to Earth
  • YIKES! A 30 year old trailer? Not likely, but it can't be worth much, have you tried a personal loan?
  • I'm trying to file my fafsa right now, I know it's a bit late, but I I'm trying to turn it in as soon as possible. I want to file my dad's information instead of my mother's information. My dad lives in Minnesota and I live in California. My mom lives in California but she is not whatsoever helping me out with school financially. What can I do? My dad is currently unemployed, I am in serious need of financial aid. If I file under my mother, I probably won't get any money this year since I didn't get any money last year because she makes a decent amount. The thing is that she's not helping me with paying for school or any of my bills. I've been working myself to make rent and food and living expense money. It's really hard and I need the financial aid. My father is the won who is trying to get a job as soon as possible and help me with my financial problems and with school.
  • You must report the parents income and asset information whom you live with... or whom you lived with the most the most recently. So No. You can't report your Dads information. It doesn't matter that your mother isn't helping you with your schooling or what your fathers income or intent is. Anyone can get fin aid in the form of low income student loans regardless of parental income. I would be very worried your fafsa would be selected for verification if you suddenly switch which parents income you report. Unless you can somehow prove you are living with your Dad in Minnesota while you are going to school in California. ??
  • Your fathers severance pay would be listed on your fafsa.... so you can talk to the school about special circumstances, but it prob won't help. If you get no response from the school, you need to do it quickly so you meet all deadlines. When you file again next year, you MIGHT get grants, but if your mom was and continues to work full time, you STILL might not qualify for grants. I don't think I've ever seen a fin aid director change a fafsa that made them suddenly eligible to get a grant when they weren't already... the only ones I've seen approved just increase the grant amount they were already eligible for.
  • I am going into foreclosure in minnesota and being I have 2 mortgages out (20/80), the one that I got behind on was the 80 being it wasn't a fixed rate and it was a bigger payment, and also due to my husband not giving me money on time to make the payment, so we gradually fell behind beyond what we could get caught up with. I have been keeping up with my smaller payment however which is $430, but being my house is getting foreclosed on anyways, should I keep making this other mortgage payment or not? I need to know from someone who has had this same experience or in my situation please.
  • you need to seek a mortgage modification loan from your lender if at all possible talk with them. If not then you are going to default on both loans so paying may help with any balance owed so yes you can keep paying or default entirely on both
  • Have you talked to your lender about doing a loan modification or repayment plan on the first mortgage. Often they will put the outstanding balance on the back end and help you to get caught up because lets face it they don't want the house back right now. The department you need to speak with is the "Loss Mitigation Dept" and ask them about repayment or modification options. Hope this helps...
  • Minnesota is good and Iowa is better mostly farms and those who have farms they tend to get grants and government backed loans so they do not usually lose them in a bad economic crunch like this. Indiana does have quite a few homes for sale the thing not many people buying right now. Jobs in Indiana are scarce to say the least but there are a few and many out of work a lot of Auto workers and skilled trades out. Good Luck :)
  • I have been threw those States recently. In Indiana and Minnesota a lot of people were amazed I had a job. Or was doing a job in there State. In Iowa it seemed like over half the people were still employed. Real estate, Most of the farms are still there, Lots of homes in the towns you could sell.
  • Location: East Bethel, Minnesota Summary: The property in question was purchased about 10 years ago and split into 2 parcels of land; with separate financing. The commercial property is all along the highway with the residential behind it. The driveway first leads to the commercial property, with the residential property land locked behind it; no other entrances to it. The loan on the residential, sorry to say, has gone into foreclosure. They are taking my house at the end of the month. Question: Do I have to let the owners of that land go through the driveway in my business? Someone told me today that Minnesota law says that I cannot land lock a piece of land like that, and will be forced to allow them through my commercial property. Do they have to pay me for this right of way? I do not know how this all works and would really appreciate a knowledgeable answer. I do not have the financial resources to bring these questions to a lawyer. Anyone know where I could find out for free if nobody here knows the answers? Daniel
  • When I originally purchased the property I was going to have a frontage road put in, so their was an easement on the commercial property for the house to use land going to the side road when the frontage road was installed. However, my finances fell through and the road never got built. The easement was put into place, however it was specified for the frontage road usage. Is this transferable now to the driveway going through the commercial property?
  • "Minnesota law says that I cannot land lock a piece of land" Pretty much every state law. The county was in violation by permitting you to split it without providing an access/ ROW 10 years ago. Assuming the county approved the division. Worst case you can make someone hire a lawyer and draft/survey/approve a ROW. I'd check my title search.
  • I don't know much about property law, and I'm certainly not a lawyer, but Minnesota has a statute saying that the owner of a landlocked piece of property at least five acres can petition to the city council for establishment of an easement. Minnesota Statutes 435.37 (linked) has some information on this. The result is something called a "cartway", which is an easement 33 feet wide. Of course, there are costs of surveying and recording the easement, so you'll probably have to talk to an attorney at some point anyway.
  • Is there an existing easement that goes with the property?
  • I work at Quicken Loans and I was actually going to let others answer this question, but I noticed an error in one of your other answers so I want to correct it. Your other answerer says that Quicken Loans is "not legal in Minnesota." That is totally untrue. We are licensed to operate and sell mortgages and home loans in all 50 US States. I'm not sure where that person got that information. I can tell you that 9 out of 10 of our customers report that they would refer us to family and friends and we have a 94 percent client satisfaction score from the survey taken by clients when they close their home loan. I doubt many of our competitors can boast of such numbers. It's pretty unheard of in the mortgage industry. But don't take my word for it. As I've said, I work for Quicken Loans so of course I have a good opinion of the company. I've included a link to epinons.com where you can read customer reviews and get a better idea of what people are saying. And please contact me through my Answers profile if you have any other questions about Quicken Loans. I'd be happy to help in any way I can. Thanks for considering Quicken Loans for your home loan. We appreciate it.
  • We did lending tree and came out winners-Cut dealer loan interest way down and length of loan cut by two years
  • All loans are bad.
  • i dunno they are not legal in minnesota
  • Kind of silly really. Of course the money wasted on the Bush/Reagan Savings and Loan debacle, which is an on-going expense, would have replaced every bridge in the U.S. had it been available for that. Blame a foolish tradition of neglected maintenance which has been popular since the middle 80's as a way to save money, and of course kill people eventually.
  • this is a concept, why do no longer we blame the city of Minneapolis for spending the tax funds which could be dispensed to infrastructure on bolstering the pensions of city workers? In each and every significant city in this united states of america, the union workers that "paintings" for the cities have the main costly earnings applications attainable. There are assured will advance, reward etc that each and every physique come from our tax funds. rather of paving roads, repairing potholes, structures, and so on. the politicians feather their very own nests and could supply a flying fig appropriate to the destiny. top occasion is New Orleans. whilst the hurricanes hit - it became thoroughly obvious that the federal government hadn't finished squat approximately levees in years yet you will properly make specific the moron who replaced into working FEMA on the time did no longer make below six figures.
  • Blame needs to go to their governor, mayor and elected officials, as should New Orleans. Problem with some states, they think the government should be there to wipe their butt when they have a movement. This state had plenty of money, they just chose to build a stadium , instead of doing the repairs on bridge like some of the money was suppose to be far, so much for their value of human life. I heard, but do not know for sure, but I heard they had 13 billion dollars. After all, the photo in the paper for politicians building something new is more important to them, than a can of paint or repairing something. Difference in Minnesota is, the people did not know that bridge was fixing to fall at that very time. In New Orleans they had plenty of time through news and weather reports to leave in plenty of time, yet they stand there in knee deep water, seeing it is still rising, waiting for the federal government to come get them. Where was their governor and mayor. . The rest of the Gulf Coast took care of themselves, knew better than to wait.
  • I heard Jack Cafferty from CNN blaming Bush. Here in CT the state looks after the bridges. Our Governor made a point of providing more money for it a couple of months ago. Minnesota is a very liberal state, but the natural reaction is to blame Bush, just like they did in Louisiana. Another scew up lib state. And New Orleans went and re elected that screw up of a mayor.
  • The truth here is that this disaster happened during Bush's administration watch, just as the 9/11 attack did. If the current administration is being blamed for that, for whatever reason, I believe they should show as many examples as they can get of similar bridge-collapsing disasters during other administrations, especially democrat ones, to demonstrate via examples that something like this can happen to anyone, regardless of how incompetent a current administration is regarded by many people. But if this is a one-of-a-kind event that has never happened before in the history of the US, it is practically impossible not to wonder why it circumstantially occurred precisely under this administration, which has been the target of so many criticisms, even by the very people involved in it.
  • where was bush blamed in that article? he was mentioned once and not in the context of blaming him for the bridge collapse
  • Of course the Libs will blame Bush. We know it's Walter Mondale's fault. I think the Humphrey's were in on it to
  • Sure - didn't you know, bush help procure the materials, hire the contractors, oversaw the construction, scheduled the periodic maintenance table. ALL WHEN HE WAS 10 YEARS OLD. Just like New Orleans and katrina- forget the state has been run by Dem-wits for the last century.
  • Where's Al Franken, I mean this is his state, he's running for Senate there next year for crying out loud why hasn't he been more publicly outraged by this....
  • I'm waiting for some dork to say 'look how quickly he came to the white people' (majority in MN). He didn't go to the black people in N.O. that fast! Not true of course, but somebody will think it.
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