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6917 W Brown Deer Road, Milwaukee, WI 53223

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905 Henry Avenue No. B, Beloit, WI 53511

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3720 Rib Mountain Drive, Wausau, WI 54401

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1518 S 84th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53214

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3720 Rib Mountain Drive, Wausau, WI 54401

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530 W Sunset Drive No. D, Waukesha, WI 53189

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  • The answer to that questions varies greatly by lender. Each lender has their own set of stricter guidelines that they add in addition to the FHA guidelines. For basic qualification: *Have at least a 620 credit score *Have at least 12 months payment history with no late payments *2 years must have elapsed since the discharge of a Ch 7 bankruptcy *3 years must have elapsed since the completion of a previous foreclosure *No open judgments *3.5% down payment *Your total housing payment should be less than 31% of your monthly gross income *Your total consumer debt & mortgage pmt should be less than 43% of your monthly gross income *Have a 2 year job history (doesn't have to be same job, just a 2 year history of working) *If self employed, must have at least a 2 year history
  • the same as every where. Stable and reliable income. Credit scores of not less than 620 being the middle of 3 reports. 3.5% down payment in the bank for at least 2 months or proof of gifted funds from a family member. Acceptable appraisal by FHA standard and acceptable credit with regards to content of the file such as bankruptcy and foreclosures etc. And acceptable Cavers for FHA insurable. It all goes back to Credit, Capacity, and Collateral just like all loans
  • Direct loans are convenient, flexible and simple. A Direct loan is a loan by a lender to a customer without the use of a third party. This type of loan enables the lender to have greater discretion in the distribution of loans. Typically the lender is the U.S. Department of Education rather than a bank or financial institution. The federal government provides four types of direct loan financing. http://www.worldbestloans.com/ The Federal Direct Subsidized Stafford/Ford Loan is a direct loan, which means you do not pay the interest on the loan while you are school at least part-time. This particular type of Direct loan is based on the student financial need in accord with federal regulations.
  • The past history is irrelevant as long as there is no present lein on the car. With banks it's all about the money. They will loan you money if they feel there is enough collateral to cover the loan , and they can make enough interest to make a profit.If a bank has ever repoed a car you owed money on , then your credit score will show this event and no bank will loan you money.
  • Is the car paid off? If so then you can take out a loan using the car as collateral. If it is not paid off you can still refinance and add a little extra to the loan (if the car is worth enough).
  • Me and my girlfriend broke up 6 months ago(never married)I have been paying on two car loans for almost six months that are in both of our names on loan, however thay are titled in just hers(refinanced about a year ago after she owned them solely) I only possess one of the cars, which she threatens to come take whenever she gets mad. Now that I have a new girlfriend, she is REALLY MAD, and vindictive. I have no intentions on defaulting on the loan and I am fully aware the bank doesnt care/ thay just want their money. But I am technically paying for her car, and what if she does take it back??? What are legal options in court, and what is it called. I do not even want the car either, I have only been paying on it, because I am legally liable on the loan. I do not feel comfortable paying for this car, two years from now when it is paid off she could just take it, and their isnt anything I could do. please help???
  • Your right, if the car is titled solely in her name and you both pay it off, you will still not have legal rights to that car. Your also right about the bank not caring how they get their money. They just want it. Your issue with the car title and or loan is between you and her and if the police if they should happen to get involved. You need to work on getting your name off the bank loan. How? I can't offer my opinion on that. Bottom line, your exposing yourself to being responsible for a car loan and never having any rights to the car. You or your current girlfriend could be using the car and if your ex called the police about the car, they could make you give up the car right then and there. I doubt the police would be interested with who's name is on the loan papers just who's name is on the title. When you financed the car, if both names were on the loan (primary signer & co signer) both names should be on the title. When you refinanced you should not have taken your name off the title if your name was on the loan. Get off the loan papers, You can be held responsible for a loan and never have any legal rights to the property.
  • Have we learned a lesson??? Legally, it's HER car and she can take it. As for the loan, you signed it, but you may be able to get your name off of it but that will take some doing since she will have to reapply to get it in her name only. If it were me, I would stop paying my half (legal or not). The lender doesn't care who is paying they just want their money. So if you don't pay she has to pick up the slack. I was a similar situation but I was the registered owner and only my name was on the loan. Ultimately, when my ex and I broke up she wanted the truck since she had been paying on the loan, soley, but she was on the losing end. Legally, it was my truck. So she had to walk away without it after making years of payments. You may have to get the courts involved if you can't work it out on your own but in the event you can work it out...GET IT IN WRITING! Just ask yourself...what would Judge Judy do? My friend, NEVER make that mistake again!!
  • I was in the same predicament last year. Me and my then boyfriend bought a car which we were both paying then. When we broke up we had an agreement to sell the car and divide the money equally to us. At the end, he didnt sell the car, didnt give me any of my share, and took it off with his girlfriend. The girlfriend even called me names because I was trying to get what was mine. At the end, I inquired thru an attorney and was not able to get anything. The car was named after him. We didnt make any documents making me an owner of the car too. We just made it mutual. Bottomline, I was not able to get anything. However, I am not in the States. I hope you could still work that out and get your rightful share with the property. Good Luck!
  • The first thing you need to do is go get your name off of anything she is in possession of, and in return, get her name off of anything that is in your possession. It doesn't matter if you were married or not, if your name is anywhere on anything, you will be just as responsible if she were to decide to not make a payment or something. I have friends that have been screwed over big time because they were stupid and didn't get this done.
  • if it is titled in her name..it is hers.
  • Hello, Thanks to all who already helped with the first part of this question and reaffirming my original hunch. I have my name on two car loans that my ex girlfriend has titled in just her name. She is threatening to take the car I possess away. I have paid on time never a day late... Ultimately I am paying for HER car. What are my legal options /process to take her to court, and get my name off loans? She refuses to handle on her own so I need to get courts involved. I have no intentions on defaulting, but I also have no intentions on paying on this car for the next year only for her to take away and Im screwed. Just want to know how to handle this????
  • I would think that you would have little chance of getting a court to help you in your domestic issues. I take it that there was no signed agreement that divided the assets and liabilities upon your relationship falling apart. You were not married and there is no divorce pending. By putting her name on the titles, you gave her legal ownership of both vehicles. The only way to have her pay for her own car is to get her to re-finance the loan on her car - good luck with that.
  • Hello, Thanks to all who already helped with the first part of this question and reaffirming my original hunch. I have my name on two car loans that my ex girlfriend has titled in just her name. She is threatening to take the car I possess away. I have paid on time never a day late... Ultimately I am paying for HER car. What are my legal options /process to take her to court, and get my name off loans? She refuses to handle on her own so I need to get courts involved. I have no intentions on defaulting, but I also have no intentions on paying on this car for the next year only for her to take away and Im screwed. Just want to know how to handle this????
  • She owns the car. When you finish paying she will take it from you. What I would do is notify her that you are not making any more payments on it until it is in your name. Then I would follow through and not make any payments. The bank will try to collect from her and she might then be willing to sign it over to you. It will hurt your credit to do this, but you can work with the bank later to have it removed from your credit report. They will usually do this. I just wouldn't pay a dime on it while she owns it. If you let the bank know what is going on, they might lean on her to cooperate with you. If it goes to court, the judge will agree that she should sign it over to you. Stop paying. Edit. There is no way to take your name off the loans without the lender agreeing to absolve you of liability. You could refinance, but she would need to sign for that.
  • I'm kinda confused as to how you and her financed are car together but your name is no where on the title. That is unusual. The only way to get your name off the car loan is to refinance it. The other car which you are paying for and driving, unfortunately there may not be much you can do. You would have to refinance that car in your name and with her name on the title only, they will need her signature. Is she willing to do this? I went through a divorce and for my ex to get my name off the house and car, He had to refinance them even though the courts stated he was liable for the payments.
  • Have we learned a lesson??? Legally, it's HER car and she can take it. As for the loan, you signed it, but you may be able to get your name off of it but that will take some doing since she will have to reapply to get it in her name only. If it were me, I would stop paying my half (legal or not). The lender doesn't care who is paying they just want their money. So if you don't pay she has to pick up the slack. I was a similar situation but I was the registered owner and only my name was on the loan. Ultimately, when my ex and I broke up she wanted the truck since she had been paying on the loan, soley, but she was on the losing end. Legally, it was my truck. So she had to walk away without it after making years of payments. You may have to get the courts involved if you can't work it out on your own but in the event you can work it out...GET IT IN WRITING! Just ask yourself...what would Judge Judy do? My friend, NEVER make that mistake again!!
  • If she will not corporate and refinance the cars, you have a nice legal litigation issue in front of you, probably talking about 5K to 10K in litigation
  • She needs to pay off the loan with her own financing, or you need to buy it from her, with your own financing. If she's stonewalling, then you need to talk to an attorney. Try checking on lawguru.com
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