Monday, July 12, 2010

Slow month


Well after weeks of computer/internet problems I think I have finally gotten most of them resolved. Now it's time to take a vacation! Heading off to play some golf..... Looks like July is gonna be a slow month here on the Kaboom

6 comments:

Jay & Christina said...

I've been missing your posts! Here's an interesting article about how corrupt appraisers, in this case the ones who worked for Daniel Sadek & Quick Loan Funding, are finally being brought before a judge:

http://www.housingwatch.com/2010/02/01/ca-appraisers-in-cahoots-with-subprime-predator-head-to-court/

FM71 said...

Nice swing X. You maintained your spine angle and stayed connected with your arms out in front. I'd like to see your weight just a tad more over your left foot. ;^)

Neudi said...

Top 5 Riskiest Cities For Homeowners

1. Las Vegas, Nev.
Number of loans 90 or more days delinquent: 33,985
Percent of loans 90 or more days delinquent: 9.86%
Number of homes in foreclosure: 29,991
Percent of homes in foreclosure: 8.70%

2. Riverside, Calif.
Number of loans 90 or more days delinquent: 62,158
Percent of loans 90 or more days delinquent: 9.71%
Number of homes in foreclosure: 30,816
Percent of homes in foreclosure: 4.81%

3. Stockton, Calif.
Number of loans 90 or more days delinquent: 8,853
Percent of loans 90 or more days delinquent: 9.40%
Number of homes in foreclosure: 4,459
Percent of homes in foreclosure: 4.73%

4. Modesto, Calif.
Number of loans 90 or more days delinquent: 6,529
Percent of loans 90 or more days delinquent: 8.83%
Number of homes in foreclosure: 3,224
Percent of homes in foreclosure: 4.36%

5. Bakersfield, Calif.
Number of loans 90 or more days delinquent: 9,011
Percent of loans 90 or more days delinquent: 8.55%
Number of homes in foreclosure: 3,987
Percent of homes in foreclosure: 3.78%

Martin Burtin said...

I have a friend who wants to buy a home in the 400~450k price range. He is currently renting the home and the seller is in pre-foreclosure. My friend has enough income and down payment, he can go 10% or even 20% down if he must. He tried for a 3% down loan for first time buyer, but that fell apart because (they say)he works from home and is self employed. Does anyone know of a loan broker or program that might have experience working with foster care homes? It seems regular loan officers/programs do not understand his business. Please do not suggest hard money lenders, my friend can not afford their terms, unless it is a loan with terms pretty similar to conventional bank loans.

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golfer_X said...

Martin, Going 3% down means FHA and that makes things much harder for any kind of unusual income. They are better off going with a conventional lender but they will need to put at least 10% down. If the loan amount is over $417k they will need at least 15% down. I don't think foster care income should have any bearing. That income can be documented just like regular income. As long as they can fully document the income, have a couple of years of taxes and the credit scores are good they should be able to get a loan. Most lenders are going to want to see some reserves too. So if they are trying to get a house and spending every penny they have chances of getting a loan are not good. They will need to have a good DTI. If they have a boat load of other debt and a high DTI then forget it.