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State Washington
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Loan amount limit $700 or 30% of gross monthly income, whichever is less
Loan terms Max: 45 days
Finance rates 15%: first $500; 10%: remaining portion of the loan in excess of $500 up to the $700 maximum
Finance charges $15
Maximum APR (Annual percentage rate) 390%

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  • I wouldn't think under normal circumstances that a lender could evict prior to foreclosure. It would depend on what your lending agreement says and its compliance with Washington laws. Yes, they can still foreclose. Otherwise, all people would have to do to avoid foreclosure is not open any mail.
  • In any state, no.
  • Congressional leaders have embraced predatory lenders and their greed with this $700billion bailout/handout at the expense of the middle class/average American tax-payer. What Washington has not told you is that printing an extra $700billion is going to greatly increase inflation, further devaluing home property values, spiking fuel prices and increasing cost of food and every other daily expenditure of the American worker. In no way does the "revamped" bailout package address the root cause of the Wall Street/fat-cat bankers' greed, nor does the $700billion bailout/handout to Wall Street/NYC greed offer sufficient or immediate help in stabilizing the housing market. Americans can look to further devaluations of their homes, savings and any earnings for at least the next two years because of the Washington stiff-arming this $700billion bailout/handout to the financial industry at tax-payer expense. Washington is not telling you the truth about the negative repercussions of such extravagant handouts to the rich at the expense of the US common man, ma, pa, bro and sis on Main Street. IF your Congressional leaders vote for adopting the $700billion Wall Street bailout, either they have not been given the full picture, or they are in the pockets of the financial industry lobbyists taking what middle class Americans have earned away from them. The bailout continues to be a fraud perpetrated on the US taxpayer. Wall Street executives will continue to take their undeserved exorbitant salary for creating such a debacle. "Parachute" packages are not the only CEO/executive expense that the tax payer is expected to pay. The /US economy has proven its resiliency aqs private industry is buying up wall Street/banking failures without taxpayer money as shown in the most recent CitiGroup purchase of failing Wachovia Bank and JPMorgan purchase of failing Washington Mutual. Whty does Washington refuse to address the root cause of such a "debacle" - that is predatory lending practices and the high-risk game fat-cat bankers and the reckless on Wall Street have chosen for themselves?
  • I answered this in another thread. It is so long that I can not paste it in here because there isn't enough space. feel free to search for it. the short answer is that you NEED to have a payments system that delivers your paycheck this week and the only such system America has is the banks. So we have to do whatever it takes to keep the banks going. PS FDIC doesn't have enough money, by far, to take over all the banks that are hurting in this. $700 billion more wouldn't give the FDIC enough money -- WaMu alone would have been $300 billion.
  • What spock below is telling us, and what the negative reaction on wall street to the bailout should be telling us, is this: 700 billion doesn't even put a dent in it. The FDIC is busted. This was the protection for all of us against widespread bank failure. But it turns out the money there was just another bit of number juggling. Friends we are going to have to accept this 'correction'... we need a Depression in order to get the obscene prices of houses, education, food and necessities down. Because if these prices stay up, and tens of millions of people lose their jobs, there is going to homelessness and starvation on a level that will astonish the unprepared public. This is real.
  • Because, think about it, now Washington is a player on the street, remember what George Carlin said, "Washington is against street crime as long as that street isn't Wall Street"! That 700B bailout will solve nothing, there is over 7T in bad debt out there right now.
  • Well of course they do. Most of our politicians haven't a clue as to who and how the average American is or thinks or has to deal with. What we're all seeing is Washington covering it's butt.
  • "It is well enough that the people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford, founder of the Ford Motor Company
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  • You've been reading those wacky Internet conspiracy theories again, haven't you? YOU STILL OWE WHAT YOU OWE. Selling a loan to another lender is a perfectly normal and legal business practice. You agreed to pay back what you borrowed, and you have to pay it back, or you will face legitimate legal consequences.
  • That is so offensive to victims of the Holocaust. I don't like Trump, but saying he is like one of the most evil men in history for not being PC is horrible. It makes a mockery of Hitler's crimes but people do it anyway. I have listened to every speech from Trump and he sounds more like an idiot, not a genocidal maniac.
  • The big money lenders in Washington don't want Trump or Cruz anywhere near the white house. The are scared of what is to come when Washington is turned upside down. Cruz would definitely have a bone to pick with the establishment; He has been fighting them since he was elected senator.
  • Only Liberals compare Trump to Hitler. They are so used to calling people they oppose names that the whole thing has become meaningless.
  • Hitler was a socialist- Trump is not a socialist! Nazi was an acronym for "National Socialism". The party of socialism in the US is the Democratic party, not the Republican party. Some have clearly announced they are for "Democratic Socialism", which I suspect is the PC correct term for National Socialism because they want to practice socialism on a national scale.
  • Because IiberaIs are Iars. The truth is that NAZI collaborator George Soros has earmarked $20 million to pay liberals to protest Trump. He is using the tactic, that he learned from the NAZIs, of sending "brown shirts" to interfere with the rallies of opposition candidates.
  • When the Left starts throwing around terms like bigot, fascist, Nazi, and racist they are not talking to you. They are talking to their core support. Realize the Democrats believe they lost the 2014 mid-term elections only because they failed to "motivate" their core support to vote in sufficient numbers. Calling the other candidates bigots, etc. is how the Democrats hope to motivate their core support to vote in November.
  • Hitler he is not, but a few of his followers have demonstrated they can be motivated to behave like "Brown Shirts" and Trump approves of those dangerous behaviors. Remember: Hitler didn't Start off as acting like the Tyrant he eventually turned into after being granted Too Much Power.
  • I never looked at it this way. a man was comparing Bernie sanders to hitler as well. that really is disrespectful to jewish ppl
  • People love to exaggerate But then, most of the leading German Pols at the time thought Hitler was an idiot too
  • If you listen to Hitler's speeches he didn't sound like a homicidal maniac either. Mass murder on that scale is not something you talk about openly, it's just something you do. Hitler did fire up his followers convincing them the jews were the cause of all of their problems, much like Trump is doing with Mexicans.
  • Hitler is merely the warm up act for Trump.
  • We have our current home loan with WAMU, and have refinanced it through them. I like that it was very easy to get the loan, and they did it all on phone, through the signing, then sent a notary to our house for the closing. What matters is how good your credit is. It might be possible to find a better program through a credit union. You need to check out several offers before you make up your mind.
  • Don't let that last guy scare you! Washington Mutual Bank is an excellent real estate lender. Always go to the bank where you have an established relationship first. Countrywide Home Loans is excellent, too. Most of these banks offer the same types of programs with the same basic fees. They will give these fees in a written statement upfront. Washington Mutual works just a bit like a credit union, in that everyone owns a little piece in a way. They have the ability to make decisions that are not always "conforming". If you have a credit problem, then start fixing it. If you want to make a purchase before the credit problems are gone, then go ahead and go with a broker. This is where they come in handy and can shop the loan for you. Be aware, though, it is going to cost you some dough, and not all mortgage brokers are created equal any more than realtors are. There are the good and the bad in our industry, (note my screen name). Get references. The only way it makes sense to jump the gun before you are credit-ready is if you run across the deal of a life time-property and the amount of equity you are going get makes the mortgage brokerage fees a mute point.
  • I wil go against the grain for some of the previous messages. First of al if you like you can go with WaMu if you like. They might even save you money on the closing cost since you are already a customer BUT they might not be able to find you the best % or the best loan program. A mortgage broker has the option to shop around with many lenders. All the lenders that work with the broker know that the broker can give them business so many times the % offered to the brokers are lower if you get the loan directly through the bank. I DO HOWEVER suggest you shop around mortgage companies as well. BUT before you do that make sure you get a copy of your credit report that you got from the first broker you went to. If you have everyone take a credit report from you, you credit will plummit! So all in all, going with your own bank has its pros and cons as it does going with a mortgage broker. I hope this information helps you decide, good luck
  • Washington mutual is a wonderful bank, they have great first time home buyer programs. They have a great wholesale subsidiary Long Beach Mortgage. The fact that your a first time home buyer shouldnt determine where you go for your loan, your credit history is the most important determining factor. Things like your fico score, income, rental history, credit history, factor you into one of two category's, prime or subprime. Meaning great credit or not so great. i used to work for Long Beach so i know what they will do , and that's pretty much anything. Some personal info would be helpful in giving you more specific advice. But this is the internet so i'm sure your not going to give anything too personal. A licensed broker will look at your credit report and help you find the best loan for your lifestyle. There are dozens of options for first time home buyers. If you dont know one or cant find one. I can make a solid recommendation for you.
  • Always shop. I just did a loan for a customer who had banked at the same bank for 17 years and I beat their rate by over 1/2% with even trying real hard. It is always best to shop around. It is good buisness sense. Would you buy the first car you drive, or the first house you look at? Do the same for your loan, it is a huge purchase and best to be sure you are getting a loan that is in your best interest, not the banks. Let me know if you have more questions on what to look for ect.
  • I am currently in the same situation, and I am considering washington mutual. however I think credit unions can give better deals sometimes because they are run by us. it only costs about $25 to join and that is your own money in a savings account. I am thinking of both options. another however, a broker may be able to find you a better deal, because they work with many banks and loaning establishments. good luck
  • Definitely check with your own bank first. But do shop around as well. Give the brokers a bye unless your credit is weak. There are hidden fees and costs with a broker and if your credit is strong, you'll get a better deal at a bank, credit union, or mortgage banker.
  • The main key everyone out there needs to remember is that every person in america have different finances, employment, credit, bills, etc. Each and every person qualify for something different. On top of that every lender has different guidelines in which they lend money.. Washington Mutual for instance is a large retail bank. Their main focus is checking and savings, along with credit cards and investments. The mortgage division has limited programs available. To work with a company like washington Mutual, you are considered a conforming borrower. If you don't meet their strict guidelines, then you will not qualify. Another thing to keep in mind is that you cant find many niche programs, also known as specialized products that can offer you moreflexibility as a first time homebuyer. My advice, keep your banking with WAMU, work with a Mortgage Broker to purchase a home.. Your best bet is to work with a company that is partnered with multiple investors. There are a couple reasons i suggest that: 1. If a loan officer can shop your loan to multiple lenders they are bound to find one or more willing tho lend to you. They then can find the best of the offer, and allow the investors to compete for your business. This means lower rates and costs for you! 2. If you on your own call multiple banks to see what you qualify for, each and every lender will have to pull a seperate credit report. The more times it is pulled the worse your credit gets. Now, when you work with a loan officer that can shop among their investors, they only have to pull one credit report, and use that copy to shop mortgage lenders for you.. So not only do you keep your credit score where it is, you dont have to worry about any of the busy work..you let the loan officer handle it for you.. As for Lendingtree.com, I have worked with them myself in the past, but quickly stopped. They sell your information to brokers, and mortgage companies. You then are flooded with 100 calls per week from every mortgage company in America. Then if you choose to work with one of them, Lendingtree then charges points on your loan to the mtg. company. Ultimately this means more fees passed on to you the borrower. Again i suggest you work with one single mortgage consultant. My name is Jason Fry, and I am a loan officer with Providential Bancorp, a nationwide mortgage lender. We realize a first time homebuyer needs the best program to suit their needs for the very first largest purchase of their lives. This is why we are partnered with over 80 different investors that all have different programs and options. I'd be happy to assist you in a Mortgage Loan, or at least be able to let you know exactly what YOU QUALIFY FOR. You can then make a more informed, and educated decision whether it would be the right move for you. Feel free to give me a call at 312-264-6448, or you can email me at Jasonf@providential.com. Thank You, Jason Fry Providential Bancorp Nationwide lender serving 50 states Corporate headquarters, Chicago, IL
  • You should absolutely check around. This is the most important purchase of your life and shopping for the best rate, especially in a high rate time, is paramount. Go to LendingTree.com and see what their rates are and then check out other lenders. Be smart, not everyone tells you up front about fees they charge that may make that lower rate actually a higher rate. Buyer be ware!
  • I Chase presented them out. they're going to despatched you a letter contained in the mail explaining what has ensue. each and everything else will proceed to be an similar. not one of the words change. How do i understand? because i became with Washington Mutual about a 365 days in the past and they bought my loan to Wells Fargo.
  • There was a copy of the Notice of Default on the Deed of Trust that was filed with the county 30 days ago. At that point under RCW 61.24.130 the landlord had 120 days to remedy the unpaid payments and taxes prior to possible public auction. The home is a single family residential. The mortgage holder included a letter stating that the landlord was collecting rent illegally and asked that we pay her instead, however RCW 61.24.140 I think says that she must have a court order or written permission from the landlord to take assignment of the rent. Who do I properly pay the lease to so that I'm not in default? She has re-assigned the trustee from a title company to an attorney firm but can I count on their advise or are they representing her in the transaction?
  • Under Washington State law there will be no signed court orders or anything from the court system whatsoever. Washington state is a non-judicial foreclosure state. The legal requirements for foreclosure are out lined and must be followed. As to whom you pay your rent, the lender would normally have a recorded deed by the county recorder's office indicating the foreclosure was successful and no one purchased the property at the foreclosure sale. If some one other than the lender purchased the property then they would have a deed recorded in their name. Since most lenders are not physically located in the state in which a foreclosure might take place the lender would hire a representative to take care of their business for them. Normally this person is a real estate brokerage firm, which would have a letter authorizing them to act on behalf of the lender. If these type documents have been presented to you then you should maintain a copy for your records and immediately pay this lender representative. If no then the person you signed your lease with is the person that would be legally authorized the rent according to the lease. I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck. "FIGHT ON"
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  • You are correct. The bank is not legally due the rent until that 120 days passes, the foreclosure is completed & they legally take possession of the property. The landlord does still own the property until that day. You are to pay the landlord the rent until the day they no longer own the property. I would take this as a sign they either do not know the laws or are hoping you don't. Following is the federal law protecting tenants under foreclosure that many people & banks still do not seem to know about or are trying to circumvent. Read through it & make sure to assert your rights. http://www.tenantstogether.org/downloads...
  • Be careful. You might do something to upset the landlord or the mortgage holder or both. No telling which of them is going to end up being your landlord. You might get your rent increased a lot just because someone got annoyed at you. I would send a reply and include a copy of the law with the words circled that require the landlord's signature or a court order. In my letter I would ask the mortgage holder to send me a copy of the law and/or mortgage with the words circled that authorized her to take the rent without a court order. But you have to be ultra-polite, because it's a very tense situation and you don't want to get caught in the middle of it. You might want to point out in your letter that it's unfair to put you in the middle of such a dispute, and that a court order would make it much easier to comply without the stress of not knowing which party had the law on their side.
  • Send both the landlord and mortgage holder certifird letters the you are placing the rent into a special bank account and will give no one the money until you receive a formal court order with instructions.
  • ask for proof. Ask to see the mortgage that the landlord gave to the lender, and some proof that the landlord is in default. In most mortgages, the lender does not need court permission to request the rents if the borrower is in default. Make sure they show you the documents to your satisfaction. Pay by check. Good luck. -rsr- Exclusive Buyer Broker Cambridge, MA
  • The lender and the owner are putting you between a 'rock and a hard place.' The BEST way to cover your backside in such a situation is to make your rent check payable to "Lender AND Owner". If you do so, neither party can access the money without agreement of the other. When you send the payment thusly (makes no difference to whom you present your payment), both parties are required to endorse the check to gain payment. At that point, the landlord and the lender can 'fight it out'.
  • That eviction is going to look really bad on your credit report (if any). You have no right to withhold rent, since you are still living there. He can easily find out your name and other info. Pay for basic cable yourself (mine costs $13/month, big deal) and start looking for another place to live, quick before he locks you out and sells all your stuff, including the whatever you use to work from home with. You overreacted. Next time, get a written rental contract, even if month to month, and get any promises in writing.
  • I agree with your interpretation of Section 140. Personally, I would contact the person that sent you that letter, and ask how it is that they should receive the rent, when it appears there is no compliance with 61.24.140. I would bring this to the attention of the landlord. You, the landlord, and the lienholder should all sit down and negotiate something in writing.
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