I'll be glad to try and help you. Please feel free to contact me directly email@example.com or by cell 407-832-4650. I can set a search up for you and send you homes here that are currently listed, plus you'll get automatic updates when something matching is newly listed.
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Not generally. There are rehab loans which will loan more than the purchase price, but they still require a down payment. 100% financing is very limited and it will always be 100% of the purchase price or appraised value, whichever is lower.
Lenders want some of your money invested with theirs. Down payments range from 3.5% on up, but anything less than 20% will require mortgage insurance payments along with the standard mortgage payment.
If you do pursue a rehab loan, the additional money loaned to you must be used to make specifically approved improvements to the house. The rules are pretty general, so things like even appliances will qualify, but you can't take anything left over to pay off other bills or take a vacation.
Talk to a local lender to discuss your goals and get pre-approved. It's never too early to find out what you qualify for and which programs suit your situation the best.... more
Hi Eric & Linda,
You certainly may be able to qualify for a new home loan through the builders you mentioned. Each individual case is different so you really need to reach out to the builder directly. The Ocoee/Apopka area should also have sections that qualify for USDA zero down financing. Some builders will also pay for your closing costs so, if you qualify, you shouldn’t have to bring any money to the closing table. If you would like, I can refer you to a loan officer at Lennar Homes who may be able to help you. Call or email me if you would like me to send you this information. Also, if you are not able to qualify right away, they do offer credit counseling.... more
It depends on how the contract was written. If it was a Fannie Mae property, they specifically ask if you will be renting it out or an owner occupant. If you put owner occupant then you have to live in it for at least 1 year. However since I am not an attorney that is only my opinion and I would check with an attorney to review the contract. If it was a HUD home you have to live in it for a year first. Good luck!
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They would both last an incredibly long time. I like ceramic tile better because to me it is easier to care for but Laminated wood will last about as long. I think Tile will last forever if it is taken care of. The tile in my place is about 30 years old and is still in good condition. Of course I would like to replace it just for keeping it modern but the tile is gorgeous.... more
I work with many foreign investors and would be happy to help you. If you are Canadian, I specialize in Canadians and have lendors who do also. If you are Brazilian, I have a team member who specializes in Brazilians and speaks fluent Portuguese. We can hep you regardless of nationality.
Please contact me by email or phone. You can also take a look at my website: www.OrlandoRealtyOnline.com . You will see many tips for foreign investors on the Canadian Buyer page.
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The HUD Website is updated as of today. I am enclosing a link for you. I did an Orange County search.
Hope this helps.
Your Realtor Rick.
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Pls contact me if you are lookign to get Pre quakfied for your purchase in Tampa
I am a Mortgage Loan Specialist in and I will be glad to help with your financing
As for short term rental, there are many extended stay hotels in the I Drive/Dsiney area of Orlando that will take care of your needs
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As a Realtor it is in my nature to help others. Well, I have had numerous "Professional" clients contact a FREE referral service called www.DoctorMortgageAlliance.com and pleasantly amazed at the programs available to given occupations. If you are a PhysicianMD, Resident Physician/Dentist or Attorney on your way to graduating from your specialty college you are qualified to apply for this special mortgage program. The program offers mortgages at 0% down, NO MI, very low rates, 30/15 fixed and 5/1 arms, and low close costs too. Plus the Mortgage Officer's have all been professional with experience in working with the given occupation types.
So, my advise is simply contact via the web site or e-mail email@example.com and a representative will reach you soon.
Good luck with searching for your new home!
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I have a few rentals available very close to the Holy Land Experience. I have a great 1 bedroom about a mile away in a gated community for 725 a month. A two bedroom for 835 and an updated 3 bedroom for 1050. Feel free to give me a call or email if you would like to set an appointment to view any of these properties or others that I have available.
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