Q: Can I get a loan to pay off my Chapter 13 bankruptcy?
A: Yes! We regularly pay off Chapter 13 bankruptcies by refinancing.
Q: Can I get a loan even if my credit scores are under 500?
A: Yes! In this circumstance, our Private Lending division can fund your needs.
Q: I have a great first mortgage. Can I get a second trust deed to consolidate my debts?
A: Yes! We frequently fund second mortgages and Equity Lines to consolidate debts.
Q: Does an interest only loan make sense in every situation?
A: No. There are several circumstances where we would not recommend an interest only loan. However, these loans offer lower payments than typical "principal & interest" loans.
Q: Can I purchase a home without any money?
A: Yes! Regardless of credit, we frequently fund purchases where buyers don't contribute much money to close.
Q: Can I get a refinance loan even if my property is in foreclosure?
A: Yes! We frequently fund loans to get clients out of the foreclosure process.
Q: Can I get financing on a manufactured home?
A: Yes! We frequently fund loans on manufactured homes. You must own the land, have a fixed foundation and have a "double-wide" home made after 1976.
Q: Do you make loans for people without a piece of Real Estate?
A: No. We only make Real Estate loans.
Q: Can I get a loan if I'm Self-Employed and I can't document income?
A: Yes! We fund these types of loans daily.
Q: Do you have any creative ideas that will help me buy the home I'm renting?
A: Absolutely! Creative financing for purchasing (or refinancing) is when we have the most FUN! Where there is will - there is almost always a way to get it done!
Q: Are there creative ways to add me to title then refinance?
A: Yes! We frequently find solutions for borrowers who aren't on title to get the property financed.
Q: Are "Negative Amortization" loans "good loans"?
A: Although these loans have tremendously low payments, they are not right for every borrower. As long as borrowers completely understand the loan, they are great loans!
Q: Can I get a "no-cost" refi? (or purchase)
A: On occasion, loans can be funded without cost to the borrower. Typically excellent credit is required.