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State Ohio
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Allowed (Our partner lenders provide payments in Ohio)
Loan amount limit $500
Loan terms Minimum: 31 days
Finance rates 28% annual interest
Finance charges $1.08
Maximum APR (Annual percentage rate) 28%

1259 Log Pond Drive, Newark, OH 43055

Ohio

Newark

1956 Elm Road Northeast, Warren, OH 44483

Ohio

Warren

1200 E Central Avenue, Miamisburg, OH 45342

Ohio

Miamisburg

6516 Dixie Highway, Fairfield, OH 45014

Ohio

Fairfield

3515 Hudson Drive, Stow, OH 44224

Ohio

Stow

5143 Salem Avenue, Dayton, OH 45426

Ohio

Dayton

21177 Euclid Avenue, Euclid, OH 44117

Ohio

Euclid

29 Midway Plaza, Tallmadge, OH 44278

Ohio

Tallmadge

4170 Cleveland Massillon, Barberton, OH 44203

Ohio

Barberton

1270 East 260th Street, Euclid, OH 44132

Ohio

Euclid


Frequently asked questions about loans ohio

  • We bought a 1400sqft 2 story house on 2.5 acres just walking distance from the largest man made lakes in Ohio. It was a repo. We only paid $20,000 for the house and only financed $15,500. We used a conventional loan due to seller restrictions. We should have used a FHA 203K. the house needs a lot more repairs than we thought. we will run out of money before we finish the house. A realtor friend said that after repairs the house and property will be worth around $120,000. I just took the time to read the appraisal that the bank did when we purchased it. It says that the land is worth 18000 alone and that with the house 20,000. We have already did alot of work to the house removing flooring, digging foundation out and repairing, etc. I never knew people could live so nasty. Between the cat odor that was in the floors (prior to removing) and the chain smokers tar on the walls and ceiling, the place was nasty when they did the original appraisal. We could use another 10000 to make the house beautiful and smell free. I can't rob a bank, so do any bankers have any ideas on how to finish the house?
  • Spend the $400 and have the entire place re=appraised by a professional appraiser. If the appraisal comes back for the $38,000 or better, see your bank (BoA or local bank) about borrowing some against the equity...for example, if the appraisal comes back at $40,000, and 80% loan to value would be $32,000, meaning, if your mortgage balance is $15,500, you should be able to borrow another $16,000 (note that you will probably end up borrowing a bit less and maybe rolling closing into the second/HELOC). Obviously, make sure you can afford the payments on the second before jumping into it.
  • You need a home equity loan. Here is how I have helped my clients do this in the past. 1. Compile all bids and estimates on the needed repairs and improvements. 2. Ask a bank for a home improvement equity loan that will work like a construction loan. In other words the bank releases money as the repairs are done to pay for supplies and the contractors. 3. The bank approves the loan based on a specs and plans appraisal. In other words, the appraiser gives the bank an appraisal based on all the work being done. This establishes the necessary equity for the bank to give you the loan. They will always be in a good equity position because they will only give you the money as it is being done. 4. Finally, when the work is all done, the bank will convert to a permanent home equity loan or refinance both of your home loans back into one loan. This step is based on what makes the most sense for your financial situation. Good Luck
  • Contact the Florida Department of Real Estate http://www.myflorida.com/dbpr/re/index.s... Ohio Commerce Department https://www.com.state.oh.us/real/default... These are the licensing agencies for those states. Give them a call or see on their websites if you can tell what you need.
  • You need a license to operate under in either state, one or the other but not both.
  • YES: Find a source for funding and they will help you get all you need.
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