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  • Closing costs are double what they should be and you must have bad credit for 6% - should be 5%
  • Can't tell without knowing what is rolled into the closing costs. It could be money down, Realtor commission, appraisal fee's. Ask the loan person to explain each line item.
  • As a loan officer able to do loans in all 50 states your closing costs should be around $3k
  • Sounds very high.
  • You will not be allowed to file chpt. 7 if you can't return your secured credit items. The creditor can charge you criminally for this also. It wasn't yours to part out. You will have to pay this loan or they will sue you & get judgment & garnish your wages. This was a really bad idea. Sorry.
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  • My sister in law came to me with a question that I really dont' know the answer to. She bought a truck from a buy here/pay here place and she made a hefty deposit of $1,750.00. the intitial cost of the truck is $3,000.00 plus $500.00 for carrying loan for total of $3,500.00. They claim that if she had any problems to call them and they can tack on any improvements they make to the loan. Well the transmission went out and had to replace the drive shaft, was just the first issue, then front wheel bearing assemblys on both sides, along with other smaller issues. She called but never receieved any calls back, she was unable to drive it because of tierod ends and bought a van to drive in place and didn't make any payemnts after words. After 3 months they just now called her, and already has a recovery looking for it. Even though its hidden well(NOT INTENTIONALLY mind you) She wanted to know her rights, she doesn't have much money to invest in lawyer so were looking for others help first.
  • Can the car be reported stolen and her arrested cause they told her she can be. This is in Mid-missouri. Can she take all of the stuff out of the car(transmission, brakes, tires,) and leave it on the lot? What are her rights? any suggestions what to do? She made 2 payments, and stopped after having not recieved their calls about the truck, is this a sign that they knew the truck was bad? They claimed an mechanic drove it,and it was sound, and they have been in business for a while, so I dont' see why they woudl do this? any respectful answers would be appreciated..
  • yeh I would never do a buy here loan, but they are popular. So she has no rights, can she remove any parts from the vehicle, shes not concerned of them coming after her financially after all her wages are ungarnishable. Scott do you do repo's, or have you had one done. I just don't want information from another repo company because they are goign to be biased in their answer. But if you have had a car repo's or are a lawyer then your answer has alot of backing.
  • Your sister-in-law bought a used vehicle. She also bought all the problems associated with that vehicle. It doesn't matter if the dealer knew of any problems with the truck. Your sister-in-law as buyer, has the responsibility of determining the condition of a vehicle before buying it. She stopped making payments and got 90 days past due. The recovery process has started. Her rights are either square things financially with the dealer/lender or surrender the vehicle for repossession. It is illegal to conceal a vehicle to prevent recovery by the legal lienholder. These buy here/pay here places make their money reselling the same crappy vehicle over and over. They prey on people with poor/no credit who have few other options. They'll repo her truck and it will be back on the lot for sale in no time at all. Plus they will pursue your sister-in-law for the balance due. Edit: No, most of this is common sense with a little bit of Business Law from my college days thrown in. I am not a repo guy, I have no connection with financing/selling vehicles, either. I work in the IT industry.
  • I agree completely with Scott; although, I don't think a buy here/pay here lot is going to pursue the issue further after they have the vehicle back. As Scott said, there goal is to get the vehicle back for resale. They buy and sell cars that are basically throw aways that no respectable franchise dealer wants to keep primarily due to the cost of reconditioning for sale. Buy here/pay here places make their money on the front end. Whatever payments they receive are nothing but pure profit. She needs to just let it go back to them, and try to replace it somewhere else.
  • To put it into a nutshell- They own the car, not your sister. Since they hold the title, they can do as they wish. Next time, avoid Buy-Here-Pay-Here dealers like the plague, the whole thing is a scam.
  • Everywhere I look, myspace, photobucket, school etc. I see photos and hear stories of young people, 18-28, traveling the world.They always appear to be in large groups and usually partying. Many of them have visited as many as 20 countries, even lived in a few. My question is, how can they afford to travel so much. First of all, it's expensive, then there's missing school, work, which results in even less money. I know people like to be spontaneous when young, but spontaneity does not provide money. I hear that in some places, like Australia, it is customary for many students to travel the world after college graduation.How is this done? I have a hard time believing parents pay for these travels, as not all parents are financially able either.Is it simply a matter of spending student loan money or maxing out credit cards? Answers from people who have done it, or are doing it are appreciated.
  • well i am 19 and have only visited one place on my own which was new york city. i did travel out of the country on a summer exchange to germany. a lot of kids these days have jobs so that helps a lot. i found i could visit around 5 countries for under $3000. it takes a lot of looking around for deals. not going to expensive hotels, and getting rail passes (travel through many countries). the hostels in the usa are usually pretty bad, but there are a ton of really nice ones throughout europe. one thing i noticed with being in college, is that may is a cheap month to travel before the summer rush begins in june. almost all colleges get off in the first or second week of may so the students could take an advantage of traveling in the cheap month and possibly the first week of june. i went to new york city for three days to see a yankees redsox game for under 500 dollars, flights included. next summer i plan on visiting the countries where my roots are from. ireland, italy, and germany. some kids even visit a lot of european countries if they are an exchange student. sometimes they will get the chance to visit neighboring countries. european countries arent like the usa. germany is only about the size of a missouri and a half, so hopping from one country to another takes very little time. i wouldnt doubt if some kids are maxing out credit cards, and dont realize how huge of a hole they will be in afterwards, but i think most just save up their job money after a year or two of working. also, think how kids dont really have much money they have to spend on needed items. sure there is gas and such, but they dont have to pay house bills, electric bills or anything of that such, so any money they make, they can directly spend it for the trip. hope this helps. and ps. dont get on the student travel sites such as STA Travel, or Student Universe. they are usually more expensive than just getting on a website such as expedia or orbitz. hope this helps. contact me if you need any help
  • People I know use their credit cards. My best friend just did that recently. She's ALWAYS traveling and I assume that's how she pays for all her trips because she's in college and has only a part time job. I would never do that though. It may seem fun and exciting at the moment, but you gotta think long term. If I can't afford it at the moment it'll just have to wait. No need to go into debt just to travel. Credit cards should be used for things you need or an emergency. And this is coming from a 21 year old.
  • From what I've experienced, so many of these people that have visited and lived in exotic countries, have big shot and mad money parents. Sure it's a stereotype, but also I think it's a lot more common to have either parents that have a lot of money, and kids also have more access to brag about it with networking sites. The same thing happens with people that don't have as much money as well, but feel that they "failed" when they were young and feel they have to compensate by giving their children the greatest gifts in the world. I had a friend like this, his family went bankrupt yet he always had the hottest designer clothes. We live in a great society!
  • I'm 23 from Australia and all my friends that have travelled have borrowed the money either from parents or the bank and then had to work as they travel. I just got back from a trip to South Africa which my Dad lent the money to me for but have already paid him back. It is pretty common for uni students to travel after they finish studying but they mostly go on working holidays.
  • It's questionable and there are in fact many potential answers to this question..
  • Great point, I'd like to know more as well
  • Honestly, I am not convinced
  • First call everyone you owe money to, and let them know about your situation, and that you intend to pay them eventually. See if you can negotiate a payment schedule that is possible for you. Most people would rather not go to court, and would rather have SOMETHING than nothing. Communication is key!!! If you have no income at all (no social security, unemployment, etc.) then you will have to find some way to pay them. One way could be selling your possessions (TV, radio, ipod, computer, furniture, etc.). (of course, apply for jobs too; a McJob is better than no job!) Since you are out of work, try talking to your landlord, or people in your neighborhood (or the people you owe money to) about doing some services for them. Sometimes you can get a temporary break on rent if you agree to paint apartments or mow lawn (sometimes you can't.... often there are union contracts that forbid them from hiring people, but it can't hurt to check it out). If it is a family you owe money to, talk to them about doing odd jobs or babysitting. If you have good credit (which I doubt if you can't pay your bills, but you can try) you can get a loan to pay these things. If none of this works, and you still can't pay, you can look into filing for bankruptcy. Keep in mind that this is a last resort, and will cause you a lot of problems in the future, but it could be the best option.
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  • Get a job and pay off the bills.... focus!
  • My fiance had a co-signer before (grandma) but his credit was so bad from student loans that she had to be primary. He paid his payments on time, but after a year and a half he hit a deer and story short flipped his car over trying to swerve and miss it. It was a 16,000 dollar vehicle. Luckily he had GAP which is taking care of the rest of the payment. Now he doesn't want to bother his Grandma about it, but asked his Dad whom agreed to. We were planning to try and get the vehicle, tomorrow, and try to go cheaper with an 8,000 dollar vehicle for now, but I was wondering how dealerships go about when the cosigner (who will probably actually become primary) lives 3 hours away? We live an hour from the dealership, but his Dad lives 3 hours from it. Last time the people from the dealership drove all the way to his Grandma's house for her to do the paperwork, but this is a different dealership. We fount the car that we want, and plan on calling, but I just wanted to see what other people expect in this type of situation so I don't get my hopes too high. We live in Missouri, if that helps for any reason. Thanks.
  • Well if you are financing at the dealer (mistake) they would probably just FedEx the documents to him for signature. Best thing for you to do is have him go to his bank or credit union, get preapproved for a loan. you guys pick out the car. Send him (his lender) the VIN and the invoice for the vehicle and they cut a check to the dealership. Then he is just the primary on he loan, which he is anyway if he is the cosigner and you guys default.
  • so you are going to marry a guy who won't even pay his bills and has rotten credit? good choice.
  • My ex wife was awarded soul custody of a house and the debt in our divorce. She then got a restraining order against me to keep me off the property. Since that time she has defaulted on the mortgage and sold off the outbuildings that were purchased with the mortgage money and skipped town with some bum from the net and the house is worth a fraction of what it was. It is unlivable due to the windows being knocked out and the doors left open. Is there any legal remedy? I've considered filing for bankuptcy as I am being sued for sixty grand for the mortgage. My income in missouri is around fifty five thousand dollars per year. With the house my total debt is around seventy thousand dollars. Can I file bankruptcy?
  • My ex filed for and got chapter 7 so am I correct in assuming that she wasn't able to file on the mortgage? The house is selling on the courthouse steps in a week and the lawyer for the mortgage company has both of our names on the letter I got saying that we would be sued after the house sells.I can't file bankrupty until after that happens can I? Oh yes, I'm much better off without that witch in my life.
  • The "house" is a 40 foot double wide trailer in a small town and the mortgage is over fifty grand and there's no way to fix that POS up enough to cover the loan. My ex wife got a divorce without my presence and when I tried to take it back to court my lawyer rolled over and played dead because he was friends with her lawyer and the judge, who was also her lawyer in previous court actions. I've tried complaining to the judicial review board and even the bar and got nowhere. I think my best bet is to just go ahead and file bankruptcy, buy used cars for cash and be happy that I don't have to deal with her anymore. Once my mom leaves this earth I will be able to buy a home for cash anyway with the inheritance. I don't use credit cards anyway. I don't deal with credit since I got divorced.
  • Seems like you should be able to file bankruptcy. Although the laws have changed lately so you might want to consult a bk attorney. Good luck
  • Why didn't you have your name removed from the deed and the mortgage? You need to speak to first the attorney that represented you and ask why he didn't offer this option. Second, You do understand that legally, if your name was on the mortgage and the deed this is still legally your debt because it's still legally your home. Lets play Look Rationally. If she did up and run away, your chances of collecting from her are very slim to none(What happens if she runs to a state that has no wage garnisments or liens or if she has no property to lien) Your best bet is to bite the bullet(figuratively, not literially) Accept the house and get it in your name(plan to spend some money on an attorney, and a good one, not classified section attorney) Try to fix the house on your own so it's worth is built up. Then sell it(flip it) and try to make as close to even as possible. Or, you could fight with her and loose alot of court costs. Or, more common you can say forget everything, file for bankruptcy and move on(most common and most banks will look at the divorce too but it's still on your credit for 10 years, that's 10 years of higher insurance premiums, living without credit cards and using alternative financing for new cars/houses/credit cards/everything.
  • take her to court and sue her. Send the 'suit' to your old house. she wont show and get a defaulted judgement. If she owns the house and has defaulted on the mortgage, I am not sure that that is your problem. call a lawyer and make sure Sounds like she did you a favor by leaving can you imagine your life with this bytch have pity for the bum she met online once you get out of this she will be HIS problem
  • does anyone know anything about modular home? me and my brother want to buy a modular home lousianna. so far i know we have to get a piece of land. but can that piece of land be fiance? how much do u think a 3000 square feet piece of land in lousianna cost? i know modular home go somewhere from $55-$90 a square feet. is the fiance on modular home hardest than regular home?how much down do you think first time buyer with 700 credit need?
  • If it is truly a modular home it should finance like a traditional site built home. If it is a manufactured home it will not. The problem is you will need probably a construction loan for the modular. This can be difficult for a site built or a modular home. Getting a loan for any new construction can be tough. You dollar will probably go further if you buy a home that is already built. With a modular you will have to do a full foundation and will be required to meet all the codes as a home locally built would have to. If there are no codes they will build to code of the next city that has codes. If it is a manufactured you could put it on a peer foundation (blocks) or a full foundation. The home will be built in accordance with FHA codes. I have no idea how much land will cost in your area. I am in rural Missouri and you can find land cheap. The thin you need to make sure is you have utilities close. A good deal on land get bad pretty quick if you have ot run utilities a too far.
  • It can be difficult to get a loan on land. This is the process I would go through to ensure your game plan. Find a good piece of land with utilities or at least get estimates on what utilities including septic will cost. Buy the land with owner financing. This is a technique where the seller will finance the land to you and you make monthly payments to them. For more info on this visit http://www.brickhomepartners.com. Now once you owner the land, there are many place that will provide in house financing for the modular home given you already own the land.
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