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4085 West 5415 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84118

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Salt Lake City

2630 W 3500 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84119

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Salt Lake City

5416 Amelia Earhart Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84116

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Salt Lake City

753 South Fairway Lane, Orem, UT 84058

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Orem

901 Washington Boulevard, Ogden, UT 84404

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Ogden

576 E University Parkway, Orem, UT 84097

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Orem

550 N Main Street No. 217, Logan, UT 84321

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Logan

70 South 100 West, Kaysville, UT 84037

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Kaysville

8926 S 700 East, Sandy, UT 84070

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Sandy

5366 S 1900 West, Roy, UT 84067

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Roy


Frequently asked questions about loan utah

  • Would this by any chance be a title loan? Sure doesn't sound like a normal car loan if they won't take payments by mail and insist on payment in person. Will they accept someone acting as your agent to come in? Maybe with a power of attorney to deal with this loan?
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  • You need to have this information: Whats the house worth now What will it be worth with the work done How much do you currently owe on the house How much will repairs be We do construction loans in Utah.......... You can ask questions on our Live Chat at our website..... Open Book Advisors™
  • Sure, if you have excellent credit there's quite a few solutions. The company I used to work for is licensed in Utah, e-mail me and I'll give you the owners phone number. She has family in Utah, and will give you a good deal.
  • I hope nobody else in your family co-signed his loan, because it will still be due. The credit union can also take the money from any other related account there for whoever signed the loan. If the abandoned vehicle got a parking or other ticket that he does not pay, eventually he may not be able to renew any registration or driver's license until the warrant is cleared up. And somebody may come after him for impound fees.
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  • I am wondering about having the seller pay my 3% down payment? I know they will pay 4% for closing cost. I am not using an buying agent, i know the seller pays the agents fees, but if they don't have to pay 3% for an agent, i would hope they will pay for my down payment. And in this market, what would you offer on a $150,000 house? i was thinking 130.
  • It is not legal for the seller to make your down payment, even Nehemiah has been canceled due to the fraud that was happening. It is also illegal for them to give you the agents fee. Since you have no agent their agent gets the 6%, you are not entitled to commission.
  • James would you explain how a loan officer can legally use the $7500 tax credit for a down payment? It is a TAX CREDIT. It can not be utilized until the 2008 taxes are filed (if they close by the end of this year). Fraud is an ugly word & punishable by fines & imprisonment. It is true the down payment may not be paid by the seller. I don't think the poster is suggesting being given the commission. I think the point was that money would be saved so more could be given back in terms of closing costs & pre-paids. It is usually used as a bargaining tool to get the house for a lower price. The listing agent may cut her fees to 4 or 5% because she is getting both sides of the deal.
  • The seller cannot pay your down payment. The gifting programes (Nehemiah, Futures Program, AmeriDream, etc.) were shut down on September 30, 2008 thanks to a bill that President Bush signed into law. The only acceptable source of down payment on an FHA loan is from your own money or gift from family. The seller can contribute up to 6% to your closing costs per FHA guidelines. My offer on the $150,000.00 house would depend on what the property is comping out at. It could be a $175,000.00 house listed for $150,000.00 meaning that it's already reduced quite a bit and an offer of $130,000.00 could easily have the seller look at you like you're low-balling them. This is honestly where an agent comes in handy.
  • First of all depending on the lender you can have up to 6% contributed by the seller for closing costs and prepaids. If your contract does not say prepaids in it then the funds can not be used for paying property taxes, homeowners insurance or prepaid interest. Next the DPA programs that allowed the seller to pay the downpayment for FHA loans has been eliminated by Federal legislation. As far as being able to get the 3% that normally would go to a buyers agent the answer is no. It is ilegal for you to recieve a commision on a real estate transaction unless you hold a license to practice real estate in that municipality. However, there is still hope on getting your downpayment made for you other than special loan programs that have been mentioned earlier. The problems with these programs is that they usually have maximium income qualifications that are 80% of the median income. Recently a bill was passed allowing people who have not owned a home in the last 3 years to receive a tax credit of 10% of the price of the home up to $7,500. To qualify you must purchase a home by June of 2009. If you have a really sharp loan officer they can make use of that tax credit to pay for your downpayment. As far as what to offer that is going to depend on what part of the country you are in and what the current market price of comparable homes happens to be. The asking price may be way above the current market price or it could be below. If it is below then your offer of 130K might just get laughed at and ignored. If the asking price is well above the current market value then 130K could be to much. List prices mean nothing in this market it all depends on what properties are selling for. You can gain information on comparable sales from an agent. Once you know what the market value is for the property I would make an offer of not less than 90% of market value. This assures that your offer gets entertained but would still be a great deal for you if it was accepted. http://houstonhousingmarket.org
  • Don't worry about all that. Just get a flexible rate mortgage. Make your payments like $500 a month for the first year expanding to $3000 a month after that. At the end of the year when your payment goes up, cry and complain that you can't pay your mortgage and ask the government to bail you out.
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