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1835 South Main Street, Weatherford, TX 76086

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Weatherford

1220 N Town East Boulevard, Mesquite, TX 75150

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Mesquite

13909 Nacogdoches Road, San Antonio, TX 78217

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San Antonio

104 Austin Avenue, Weatherford, TX 76086

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Weatherford

621 East Nolana Avenue, McAllen, TX 78504

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Allen

3200 Andrews Highway, Midland, TX 79701

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Midland

1250 Northwest Highway, Mesquite, TX 75149

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Mesquite

5502 N Fry Road, Katy, TX 77449

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Katy

1806 E End Boulevard N No. 1300, Marshall, TX 75670

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Marshall

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Conroe


Frequently asked questions about loan companies in houston texas

  • I made a claim with my insurance company, Allstate, for my fence that was severely damaged by Ike. The fence separates my backyard and pool from an apartment complex with a lot of kids with consequently potential danger. Allstate says that my deductible, because it was a cyclone, is 2% of the value of the house, so the deductible is $4000! It will cost $2500 to fix the fence. Will Fema help with the cost? Is there any way I get Allstate or Fema to pay? Also, I want to change my homeowners' insurance now and get rid of Allstate. Do all insurances do the 2% deductible in the Gulf States for cyclone damage or has anyone of you had experience of some insurance companies doing better?
  • Fem will help finance a loan for you to get the fence fixed. Fema is only flat out paying for demolition costs, not replacement costs. I feel for ya, on that deductible. We had ike damage at the house in Houston, which is under the deductible, also. Nothing you can do about it. Yes, in Texas, FL, and LA, ALL policies that have wind coverage, will have a seperate percentage deductible for wind damage. The only time you don't have it, is when you don't have any wind damage coverage on your homeowners. And then, you need the seperate policy from the state windstorm association, and THAT will have a deductible, percentage, that's usually higher than 2%. No way around that one, either, sorry.
  • We have LA Fair Plan for insurance. I'm looking to get out of them. Try Bourg & Lanoix Insurance on Texas Street in Lutcher, LA 70071 (225) 869 5438. If you like their rates, tell 'em I sent ya!
  • The individual I sold the property to is paying zero percent interest. He has a balance of approximately 160K. Can I sell this contract to another person or company?. I'm willing to take a lose on the loan balance. The individual is paying 2,000 per month and pays me regularly. The property was valued at approximately 250K and is in Houston, Texas.
  • Possibly. Is the note in order? Do you even have a note? Do you have trust deed? "NOTES" are often sold to investors, but the price they bring will depend (as you know) on the quality of the note. Yours will demand a large discount. If it was not prepared correctly, it may be impossible to sell. If the mortgage was recorded (as it should have been), you should be receiving offers in the mail pretty regularly from entities offering to buy your note. If it has not been recorded, then your odds of selling are pretty dismal.
  • There are plenty of real estate guys that buy mortgages like this but they are picky, in this case it would have to be a first trust deed and actually be valued by them, close to your valuation. As Richard said, they are going to want a significant discount, they would be as a guess, be shooting for about 5% -6% return so that would mean probably something in the $130k-$135k region. Try talking to some local commercial real estate agents, small brokerages, they tend to have clients or themselves interested in this kind of thing. If you want to figure it out the price for what they want as a return, use a mortgage calculator; you put in the interest rate you think they want (the person buying it) and then put in different loan amount numbers till the monthly payment is close to $2,000, the amount you state the individual is paying per month.
  • you could sell it but it would necessarily have to be at a significant discount since it is carrying no interest payment. Also, the note would have to be secured by the property in question. It would not be easy but in theory it could be done.
  • I live in Houston, Texas and I am thinking about refinancing my house. If I do it now I have to pay a prepayment penalty that is equal to 6 months worth of interest payments. Would the penalty be tax deductible? I also understand that there are some laws that prevent mortgage companies from charging these penalties. Is there anyone out there that can point me in the right direction so that I can find out if my mortgage prepayment penalty is illegal? Preferrably someone who knows about Texas laws?
  • If you pay off your home mortgage early, you may have to pay a penalty. You can deduct that penalty as home mortgage interest provided the penalty is not for a specific service performed or cost incurred in connection with your mortgage loan So if the prepayment meets the above qualification, then yes you could claim it as Mortgage Interest on the Schedule A Publication 936 http://www.irs.gov/publications/p936/ind...
  • yes it is a prepayment of interest I am a mortgage banker
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