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1039 Big Bill Road, Arnold, MO 63010

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11205 E Us Highway 24, Independence, MO 64054

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Independence

818 S Limit Avenue, Sedalia, MO 65301

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Sedalia

1129 Brooklyn Avenue, Kansas City, MO 64127

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818 S Limit Avenue, Sedalia, MO 65301

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Sedalia

6409 N Oak Trfy No. A, Kansas City, MO 64118

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11427 Saint Charles Rock Road, Bridgeton, MO 63044

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506 S Baltimore Street, Kirksville, MO 63501

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1202 Business Loop 70 East, Columbia, MO 65201

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890 S State Route 291, Liberty, MO 64068

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Frequently asked questions about online loans in missouri

  • I am 24 years old and I am a full-time college student and I work 20 hours a week part-time on campus in the Federal Work Study program. I am currently enrolled in the Missouri Vocational Rehabilitation Program and get my tuition and books paid for. My question is, is there any type of assistance or grants that will help someone like me purchase a house? I already spoke with my Voc Rehab counselor and he said that they cant help with that unless I live more than 50 miles from the college then they will give me $600 a month for rent/utilities. I really dont want to rent I would rather buy a house now while the market is "soft" and then hopefully it will pick back up when I get out of school 5 years from now. Any help will be appreciated, thanks!
  • There is a site online called prosper.com but it is a loan. Look for someone needing assitance in exchange for a room, some disabled/elderly people need help shopping, getting to dr and just having some one to chat with and will exchange a room for help.
  • We are in Adair county Missouri and it has been 2+ years since a new mortgage company bought out our mortgage and still no change on the deed. We are struggling to pay the payment, but they refuse to work with us on lowering it since my husband is unemployed at the moment and they don't consider unemployment income, but they will take every dime of it every month for the payment. My husband read somewhere online where a mortgage company hadn't filed the proper paperwork after purchasing a mortgage and didn't have the original paperwork for the loan and the woman was able to file bankruptcy against her house. She kept the house and the bank got nothing for it since their paperwork wasn't in order. Is this possible?
  • I don't believe everything that I read online because most of it is not true, but my husband wanted to believe that it was possible to file bankruptcy on the house and keep it. I told him I would ask on here and get us some answers from people who would know. Thank you everyone who answered for helping to clear up this matter. We really appreciate it.
  • The deed is not the mortgage. The Deed or Title is to the property and the NOTE is the mortgage. So are you upset that the old mortgage company name has not been changed to the new company name? As long as the payment is going to the right lender then all payments would be noted on the account. You need to contact the correct lender and let them know what is going on. Unemployment is not acceptable as working or having a job so that is why they are not wanting to work with you. Yes they expect payment on a loan they gave you to purchase your home even if it is your husband's unemployment and no they don't have to lower payments. Do not believe everything you read online because it isn't the whole story. There is no recording of loan documents to a government agency. You have to pay your loan off with payments or your bank can demand the balance to be paid in full immediately. If you get three months behind, they can start foreclosure proceedings. The lender has the option of a short sale but if this is a newer loan they won't accept a short sale.
  • All the new morgage company needs to foreclose is (1) paperwork documenting the original mortgage, and (2) proof that the original mortgage company assigned its rights to the new mortgage company. There is no need fot the assignment paperwork to be recorded (i.e. filed, to use your terminology). There is also no requirement that the mortgage paperwork be recorded either, although it is very prudent for the mortgage lender to do so. And yes, unless the lender can prove that a mortgage exists, the lender cannot proceed with a foreclosure. But, I'm reasonably certain that the mortgage, with your signature, is indeed recorded, otherwise you would have mentioned it in your facts. So, right there, there is proof that the mortgage exists. Then, the new lender need only come up with what is basically a receipt shwoing that they purchased the mortgage and have all rights to foreclose the mortgage... this "receipt" does not need to be filed.
  • First of all the circumstances surrounding your ex-wife is that she knew nothing about the property being deeded to the both of you therefore with that understanding could not ask or fight for something she had no knowledge of. No you do not own this property. You and your ex-wife own this property if the deed is correct and recorded properly at the county court recorder's office where the property is located. You might have to buy your ex-wife out of her share of the property. As long as she is on the title there is nothing legally you can do with the property like refinance or sell it as the person that tried to sell it soon realized. You will encounter the same problems with your ex-wife's name on the title dead. The best thing to do is contact her and see if something can be worked out peaceably as oppose to trying to do something that might be met with objection through the legal system by her. If t his happen then there will be legal fees and no one win except the attorneys as it will cost to protect your position as well as if she would want to protect her position. Since she is on the title deed she would have to sign off on the deed giving you a clear title indicating she want no part of the property. If the deed is truly recorded in you and your ex-wife's name then you have a right to the property and could go to the county court recorder's office where the property is located and obtain your deed. You might also take possession of the property and do with it as you want. If this is confusing to you or you think there might be other legal problems you should contact a local real estate attorney for advice about your rights. I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck. "FIGHT ON"
  • The loan officer for my mortgage company says that they do not normally charge an origination fee for a home loan, but there was one on my GFE and when I asked about it, she said that I was in one of the 4 states that require an origination fee. I live in MO and will be staying there. Some other states she listed were MA and NY, I don't remember the 4th one. The fee is $575, which is not bad, considering my loan is for $200k. She also told me that it would have been $1800 if I was in NY! But I cannot find anything online that discusses any state requirements and was wondering if anyone else knows anything about this? thanks in advance!
  • The fee is not required by law. It may be required by the investor (lender) in those states.
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