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Loan amount limit $500
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919 Arlington Street, Ada, OK 74820

Oklahoma

Ada

322 North Lynn Riggs Boulevard, Claremore, OK 74017

Oklahoma

Claremore

900 S Broadway, Edmond, OK 73034

Oklahoma

Edmond

1906 SE Washington Blvd., Bartlesville, OK 74006

Oklahoma

Bartlesville

4636 S Pennsylvania Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73119

Oklahoma

Oklahoma City

1474 N Main Street, Altus, OK 73521

Oklahoma

Altus

2401 12th Avenue Northwest, Ardmore, OK 73401

Oklahoma

Ardmore

852 Garth Brooks Boulevard, Yukon, OK 73099

Oklahoma

Yukon

2410 N Meridian Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73107

Oklahoma

Oklahoma City

234 S Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, OK 74464

Oklahoma

Tahlequah


Frequently asked questions about oklahoma lenders

  • Every lender has their own default bureau based on your Zip code. The lender that looks at Equifax in Oklahoma may look at Transunion in Texas. In my experience, Transunion does seem to have the higher score.
  • The very reason one is higher than another is that every credit agency has its own "favorite". Some even contract with all three for reporting and pulling credit histories. So ... you need to keep an eye on all three reports to make sure information is accurate.
  • None of them is of any value. A credit score is simply a number that a company decides to call a credit score. If they wanted, they might even be able to count the number of letters in your mother's maiden name and call that a credit score. There is a difference because each company decided to call something different a credit score. It is like asking why different individuals drive different color cars or eat different amounts of food: there is no reason for them to be the same. The only score is of any real value is the FICO score, not any of the three scores that you mention. If you are not getting the FICO score, you might as well pick a random number and call it your score, because it will save you time and be less likely to trick you into thinking that it has value.
  • Lenders typically use the middle of the 3 or lower of 2. Whatever you're trying to figure - use the mid score.
  • Trans union is great, I like that. They will update records frequently, but I didnt see that in Experian. It s***s really, no idea about Equifax.
  • Those are the top three reporting agencies and banks use all three pretty much all the time. I've been in the banking industry 14 years and all three banks I've worked for have used all three.
  • Most actually use all 3 in what they call a tri-merge credit report.
  • All other liens automatically die with a tax sale. For that reason, lienholders typically are in line to bid when a property goes on the block for unpaid taxes in order to protect their own interests. Some states provide a bit of protection for mortgage lenders. For example, in Oklahoma properties are not auctioned for unpaid taxes, they are sold outright (first come, first served) for the lesser of the amount of any recorded mortgages plus any unpaid taxes or 2/3 of the fair market value of the home. After the county takes their cut, any existing lienholders get a proportional share of any remaining funds. Edit: Most mortgaged property is protected by the impound accounts that most lenders require of most borrowers. If the taxes are unpaid, it's most likely because the borrower has not paid the mortgage payments either. In that case, the lender forecloses on the loan and pays the taxes to protect their interest. If the loan does not have an impound feature -- mine have not for over a decade because I have excellent credit and I only deal with lenders who will let me manage escrow myself -- the lender is notified if the taxes are unpaid. The lender typically then pays the taxes and adds the amount paid to the loan, and possibly accelerates the loan and demands payment in full and then forecloses if it is not paid off quickly. For these reasons, most mortgage holders don't suffer any loss because of a tax foreclosure. Even if the lien is extinguished, the original borrower remains liable for any unpaid balance on the loan or other lien. The only thing that changes is is that the lender can no longer seize the property for the unpaid balance of the loan since he no longer has a lien to protect his interests. That protects the new owner from prior claims but does not isolate the former owner from being pursued for the outstanding debt.
  • the city sells it at aution on the county places of artwork steps. once a month they public sale homes. seem on your newspapers classifieds less than foreclosure. there would properly be a area only for auctions. i have considered it take position many situations. even if a county received't in simple terms promote it for the taxes, they are going to attempt to get appraised fee in the experience that they could even get close to to it. /
  • the mortgage holder is the owner of the property until they in turn sell it
  • Anyone know what the rules are about assessing late fees from tenants of residential rental properties in Oklahoma? I've seen different things, but after reading the Landlord-Tenant Acts, I don't see anything clearly defined there. I know one general rule is to be reasonable. But I'd like to know the details. And any ideas on what to charge for late fees. I would like to do something such as compounding interest instead of just charging a flat late fee.
  • I have seen many leases handle this issue differently. The most common is by charging a fee for every day the rent is late or a late fee for every 5 days the rent is late. Your idea of compounding interest would likely break a law as you are not a lender. I suggest 3.33% of the original rent per day the rent is late. That way the renter would essentially be paying twice the rent if late and entire month (30 days). My landlords of my past were more reasonable and never charged me more the 2.65% per day. Of course what ever you decide must be a part of the original lease as you know you can't legally suddenly start charging late fees out of the blue.
  • My dad and mom have 3 homes for hire besides. each and every so often that occurs a similar with my dad and mom , whilst they forget approximately approximately our calls. you may no longer positioned a prior due fee because of the fact now a days circumstances are hard and the financial device is low. they in all likelihood are fending off your calls nonetheless and don't % to tell you they have not got the money. in case you place a prior due fee they're going to % to pass away. in the experience that your tenants produce different acquaintances that % to hire a house they might say which you place a clean previous due fee after which you will possibly need much less "consumers".
  • I just moved to OK from TN. When i call lenders, etc and ask them about first time home buyer programs and down payment assistance, i dont get an answer....its seems like nobody really knows. In TN there was all kinds of info about it. Any okies out there that can give me advice?? i seem to get too much garbage when i do research online, but then again im not sure what im reading about hal the time =)
  • Yes, you can contact the Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency to see if you qualify for any of their first time home buyer programs. Check out the site below to learn more. Good luck!
  • If you have credit protection on your mortgage, car loan, or credit cards you can contact the lender and tell them that you're currently out of work due to the surgery and see if you can use the credit protection to postpone payments. You can contact your local Dept of Human Resources and see if you can qualify for subsidized rent or utilities.
  • See if you are eligible for welfare is all that you can do.
  • Welfare.
  • My grandmother owns land and she sold an acre of land to my dad about 25 years ago and he built an house on it. A couple of years ago my grandmother sold me an acre of land that I currently have a mobile home on. Well I am trying to get a mortgage to build a home on my land and currently the driveway that is used to access my parents land and my land is owned by another group of people. Back when my parents built their home the lady that lived in the house that the driveway access never minded us using the driveway and after she passed no one in her family has ever made any issue out of it. Well they are telling me for them to build me a home that I am needing to go through an attorney and file and easement on my grandmothers land and my parents to and move the fence line we have built and make a driveway there to access the property that I want to build my home on. No easement that we know of has ever existed. We have been using the drive way for around 25 years. This just seems like a lot of work and I am thinking there should be some simpler way. I was told that the driveway is possibly considered a road and therefore no owned by anyone ... is there anyway this might be true???? Please help!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?! BTW .. this driveway not only accesses my parents home, my home, a home that has not been lives in and is currently owned by the lady's family since her passing and not lived in, and 2 other homes on another property not owned my the person who claims to own the driveway and from there the driveway leads to another dirtroad .... I sure hope that makes sence ...
  • It's hard to keep track of what you're saying without a drawing, or a map. However, maybe this will help. It sounds like the lender just wants something "official" that indicates you have a right-of-way to access the property. Simplest, easiest way to do this: Have a neighboring property owner, whether it be the neighbor that owns the "driveway," or some other neighbor who has land that accesses the main roadway, grant you an easement. By doing this, you do not need to go to court. However, expect to pay some compensation to the neighbor in exchange for granting the easement. Otherwise, you will need to file a "quiet title" action in court, and prove that there exists an implied easement by necessity, or an implied easement by prior use. You will need a lawyer for this, unless you are very knowledgeable about property law. If you can prove that all of those lots were at one time owned by one person, then subsequently subdivided, you have a very good chance of proving an implied easement by necessity.
  • uh...only the county or state can consider a property a road or "emminent domain". You need a real estate lawyer to do a title search for the properties around. Determine if you have a perscriptive easement or an adverse title claim to the property. In addition, no one will lend you money for a construction loan untill a right of way is of record for the property. It's illegal for a property to be landlocked; but a fight over access can be long, expensive and an issue for a lender that they won't take on. There is no simple out here. You want to take posession of someone else's property. It's going to require a legal resolution. Simple out? Find out who's property the driveway crosses, or who's property you need to drive over to reach the road, and have them deed you (probably sell you) a right of way. Can be done in days if someone wants to help you. Cost is up to them.
  • Does your deed to the land point out an easement or perfect to apply the driveway? Is the force in the obstacles of your grandmother's deed? if so, she would be able to sign an easement providing you with the appropriate to apply the force. Is the land in the deed obstacles if the girl claiming it? grew to become into there ever a deed? Did your grandmother's land come from that woman's parcel? issues to seek for: grew to become into there ever a perfect of way or easement given on that land? grew to become into it ever given to government or government maintained it as a highway? I parent unlikely. Will the girl whose belongings it is on supply you a perfect of way on the drjve? Emminent area could purely ensue if the government took the valuables and paid. There could be a query of unfavourable possession. States selection yet once you adversely use the land fir fairly some years you have unfavourable possession and rights to it. situation is that if permission grew to become into given then is courtesy and not unfavourable possession. If person did no longer agree yet you took, then you fairly ought to have possession of the land. that would must be proved in courtroom. maximum inexpensive way could be to get the girl to grant a perfect of ingress and egress. in step with threat even pay a sprint fee. reliable success.
  • sounds to me like a road. you really need to talk to a lawyer. first time consultation is generally free. Go to google earth, see if you can down load a picture of the area in dispute. go to the tax assessor's office and find out about how or even if the disputed area is taxed. Then ask a lawyer, if it does not provide you with all necessary information. people in the tax office are usually pretty helpful, so do not be intimidated about seeking the information.
  • did you look up your states laws on recourse? If they have it yes they can not only send you a 1099 on any shorts after it is sold but the lender can sue and get a judgment and then attach a garnishment to wages
  • Shop around locally for the best rates. Caution! Be extremely wary of answers that include an e-mail address for contact! This forum is rife with scam artists who will cheerfully rip you off! No legitimate lender would troll this site for business.
  • Rates are very very low right now. Par 30 year fixed rate is about 4.8%. They won't get any better so do what you need to do now if you can. Good Luck
  • Recently my brother got behind of his mortgage because a roommate moved out without any notice and therefor caused my brother to get behind, he's able to make his mortgage monthly just having difficulties getting it caught up. I work for Capital One Auto and we have what's called a deferment where we can put the past due towards the end of the loan. Any idea what kind of assistance BOK has?
  • Your brother should ask the lender.
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