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Last year I bought a mobile home (already owned the land) on a 10 year fixed rate loan at 11.255% interest. I have an opportunity to refinance at 4.755% interest. But the loan is a conventional fixed rate that most be refinanced in three years at whatever the rate is then. It sounds like an ARM, but he says it isn't. I know the interest is good, but I am concerned about the type of loan. Thanks all
That doesn't sound right to me...it sounds like an ARM. Depending on your current credit standing I would refinance but not with what he is suggesting. The rates are great now but don't sucked into a bad deal.
It's an ARM!!! Your loan officer is either lying or stupid. It is a 3 year arm or else a 3 year balloon. Do not fall for it! If your mobile home is a double wide & on a permanant foundation you can refinace it thru FHA at about 6.5% fixed for 30 years! Most arm loans have whats called CAPS which is a maximum percentage that the loan can adjust up to. If it has 6% cap that would mean your rate could only go to 10.755% on the offer they are giving you. However if it is a 3 year balloon that means at the end of 3 years you must pay it off in full or lose your home. Who knows what the rates will be in 3 years or even if you will qualify- mobile homes are not the easiest loans to finance. If you do want to find out about FHA go to www.fha.com there is a place on the site called find a lender- you just key your zip code & it will give you fha lenders near you that are approved to do fha loans. Good luck!
If your interest rate is 11.255% then your credit must not be the best. As tempting as a 4.755% rate may sound, if your credit hasn't improved over the 3-year period, your interest rate may be just as high if not higher than what you have now. In fact, just one late payment during the 3-year period may cause you to lose that special rate immediately and you could end up with an interest rate higher than you have now. It's a risk. You'll probably suffer a penalty to get out of your current loan; you may have to pay closing costs on the new loan; and you may have to pay additional closing costs 3 years down the line. You may end up with a loan balance just as high, if not higher, than what you have now. Do some more research and don't let the promised 4.755% interest rate drag you by the nose.
Probably -- but not on the terms proposed. An 11 percent rate is reasonable for the structure only, but if you finance the land as well, you should be able to do much better. Go talk to your bank -- and stay away from any loan which MUST be re-done in only three years.
This guy is pretty much lieing right to your face. a fixed rate will NEVER change. if he is saying that you have to refinance after 3 years then it is in fact an ARM. also 4.75 is not possible on a fixed rate right now. i am a loan officer and i could easily get you around 6% for a fixed rate but below that really cannot be done.
Considering the cost to refinance - you do it now (there goes a few thousand) then you have to do it again in 3 yrs) there goes another few thousand) sounds like you'd have to stay there forever to get all those refiance costs back out (because otherwise what you could save on a lower rate went out the window for refi costs to get it over the next few years)
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Alright, I am currently 18 years old and I want to go back to Mississippi State in the fall. So far, my parents have been working against me, telling me that they will never support the major (Biology, pre-med) that I want to pursue at this college. Here are the details: I went last spring, and had to withdraw because I was running out of funds and literally couldn't go on. This semester I have been taking classes at a community college to get some more hours in while I try (and fail) to find a steady job for some cash I can use for school. Now, I need to know what I need to do to be able to go back in the fall. I would love to get a loan of some sort, but my parents still have me signed on their taxes and refuse to co-sign ANYTHING for State. I do not know if it is possible for me to get any type of loan myself at 18, so if anyone knows anything about this I would love to know. I would like to avoid anything military unless it's the last option. My father was military, and it has negatively effected my life and I do not want to effect myself or my future family because I got involved with it. I didn't have the grades in high school for a scholarship, and it's obviously too late to apply for anything along those lines. My parents refuse to support me financially in any way if I am to continue going to State for pre-med (Some thing my dad has with state and doctors, it's a very long story). I am financially dependent on my parents since I just recently got a low paying job. Now re-applying to state isn't a problem, I've already done this. I just need money. I need money to be able to pursue the career that I want to, though my parents don't agree with my path in life. I am seriously at the point to where I will accept a loan and just "make it", since they don't cover books, rooming, meal plan; just tuition. Please, I need help in some way. If anyone here knows of a way for me to break free of this opposition and dependency on my parents and make it back to state in the fall I would literally owe you my future. I don't know how much longer I can take this oppression from them... I can't do anything for myself apparently until I am 21 years old, and this would not look well at all for any future medical school I want to get into. Not to mention me not being in college for that long. I want to go Mississippi State for undergraduate and graduate school and become a Vet one day, it's always been my dream (I just hid it from my parents until they figured it out last semester, when they cut me off financially and I had to leave). I want to make it back in the FALL. I understand that I can do rotc and other things for the spring, but like I said earlier, I want to avoid the army unless absolutely necessary, and the spring is just not soon enough. I cannot psychologically take this for much longer, and if I am not able to make it to my school by next term I don't know if I can take it. Please, I'm begging someone please help me. Please help me get away from this and chase my lifelong goal. Additional Details If it helps, I'm not a slow person or anything, I'm a well put together and clean looking 18 year old male. I'm only saying this because it is obvious that someone who is "slow" or just plain stupid shouldn't be chasing pre-med in the first place. I was just an underachieving genius in high school, preferring to read and learn than making great grades and taking AP classes.
Remind your parents that if you have a high paying career, you will be better able to help them financially in their old age and that Social Security probably will have collapsed before they are old enough to draw benefits.
Didn't you used to be a Nigerian prince needing help with his inheritance or something like that?
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OK, one of my supervisors came to me several months ago for money. She stated she knew I was in a position to help her. She needed money for bills and it would be nice if I loaned her money. Well, I made excuses why I couldn’t help. After a few weeks of her asking for money, I finally agreed to, if she signed a loan packet. She signed documents stating I loaned her money, and now has not paid me back. It has been several months and my wife is about to kill me! I was pressure into this, I love my job, but I need my money back. What can I do, or should I do?
OK, I have sent her emails stating I know she has worked over time, and I know when we get paid, and that I need my money. She has not responded. She also borrowed more than $500. If I tell her boss, which is my immediate supervisor, which happens to be the VP of the company, do you think they will do anything to me?
Yeah, the bad thing with small claims court, is she is in Mississippi and I am in Alabama. There is no way I could take her to court, and request off without the higher ups finding out. The big bosses might not do anything to me, but I don't want to ruin my career with this company. I have been with them 5 years....
You need to get a new job out of her clutches. If you blow the whistle on her, you will probably wreck your own career in the process-it is a landmine field you are in. Get out!!! After you have a new job and she isn't your boss and has no claims over you, take her to court!!! If you didn't lend her loads of cash, you can go to small claims court.
Go to Human Resource manager and describe the situation. Make you you bring the written IOU. Your boss's action contitutes harrassment using her authority. Also tell HR manager that you are afraid she would fire you for telling on her and that you would like a protection. Besides, your boss should make more money than you since she is in a higher position than you, she should pay you back. She is taking advantage of her position to put pressur on her subordinate, the worst kind of boss. If I were the head of the company or senior management, I would fire your boss immediately. She might have done the same to other employees in the past or will do the same in the future. Also, say to the HR manager that you really like the company and would appreciate it if the manager could find another department you could transfer in the very near future. Getting away from your current boss would make your life so much better.
You need to talk to HR, and let your supervisor that you have no choice but to take it to them. If you take this to your boss, you need to tell them exactly what happened. If they are worth their salary, they are going to realize that your supervisor is unprofessional. Also let your supervisor know that you are no longer able to wait for the money. What is happening could be construed as theft. If this is substantial, you may want to consider legal action. That's something that only an attorney can help you decide. Based on your account of the situation, your supervisor wasn't acting as a professional, and certainly not a good steward of your company. And I'm just going to say it - lending money in the workplace is rarely, if ever a good idea. Employers typically don't do it. Why should an employee?
You are caught between the proverbial rock and a hard place. I would request a private conference with your VP, and make it very clear that your supervisor absolutely pressured you into making this loan through two weeks of continual harassment. You had her sign an agreement (oh and by-the-way Mr. VP, here's a copy for you to see for yourself) and now she refuses to pay. I'd tell him the only way I can collect this money is to sue her in small claims court and wanted to give you a heads up that I had to resort to this. Your VP should be very understanding about this ~ especially if you act in a deferential manner.
Why the heck would you tell your big boss? He isn't anyone's dad. And you are hired there to help the company, not bring in more problems. You should learn the lesson- never ever loan anyone money. Your excuse should be that you do not want to lose a friend. People have asked me money and that is my excuse. Work like a charm. Your best bet is to keep nagging her for your money, even in front of other coworkers.
She screwed you into giving her your money. Now she thinks you aren't going to do anything about it because you will not risk the job you love. I'd sue her for it. You have proof in that you had her sign the loan documents. Like I said I would take her to small claims no matter what the amount.
Why are you sweating over 500.First talk to your VP and tell him SWEETLY and SORROWFULLY the situation. If VP finds you are good I'm sure It will be solved without animosity.5 Years!! SURE yu'll Get a Promotion . Find another job!
Take the documents to her supervisor. Explain what happened.
Tell her you need money back and if she says no that tell her that you will sue her. I know you think that you will lose your job by doing that but if she fires you than can sue her for firing you.It would be easy to prove that she fired you because of that loand problem.
Tell her you need the money back or you will have to take legal action.
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Here instead is a list of the top reasons that historians and economists have cited as causing the Great Depression: 1. Stock Market Crash of 1929 Many believe erroneously that the stock market crash that occurred on Black Tuesday, October 29, 1929 is one and the same with the Great Depression. In fact, it was one of the major causes that led to the Great Depression. Two months after the original crash in October, stockholders had lost more than $40 billion dollars. Even though the stock market began to regain some of its losses, by the end of 1930, it just was not enough and America truly entered what is called the Great Depression. 2. Bank Failures Throughout the 1930s over 9,000 banks failed. Bank deposits were uninsured and thus as banks failed people simply lost their savings. Surviving banks, unsure of the economic situation and concerned for their own survival, stopped being as willing to create new loans. This exacerbated the situation leading to less and less expenditures. 3. Reduction in Purchasing Across the Board With the stock market crash and the fears of further economic woes, individuals from all classes stopped purchasing items. This then led to a reduction in the number of items produced and thus a reduction in the workforce. As people lost their jobs, they were unable to keep up with paying for items they had bought through installment plans and their items were repossessed. More and more inventory began to accumulate. The unemployment rate rose above 25% which meant, of course, even less spending to help alleviate the economic situation. 4. American Economic Policy with Europe As businesses began failing, the government created the Smoot-Hawley Tariff in 1930 to help protect American companies. This charged a high tax for imports thereby leading to less trade between America and foreign countries along with some economic retaliation. 5. Drought Conditions While not a direct cause of the Great Depression, the drought that occurred in the Mississippi Valley in 1930 was of such proportions that many could not even pay their taxes or other debts and had to sell their farms for no profit to themselves. This was the topic of John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath.
In the 1920's there was something called the installment plan which allowed people to slowly pay for goods or things such as radios, vacuums, and there were banks loaning people money but no one was paying the banks or businesses back and that lead to the Stock Market Crash on October 29, 1929 just at the end of the Roaring 20's. This lead to the Great Depression of high unemployment rates, no money, bankruptcy, etc.
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The US economy had experienced rapid economic growth and financial excess in the late 1920s, and initially the economic downturn was seen as simply part of the boom-bust-boom cycle. Unexpectedly, however, output continued to fall for three and a half years, by which time half of the population was in desperate circumstances (map1). It also became clear that there had been serious over-production in agriculture, leading to falling prices and a rising debt among farmers. At the same time there was a major banking crisis, including the "Wall Street Crash" in October 1929. The situation was aggravated by serious policy mistakes of the Federal Reserve Board, which led to a fall in money supply and further contraction of the economy. 1. Stock Market Crash of 1929 Many believe erroneously that the stock market crash that occurred on Black Tuesday, October 29, 1929 is one and the same with the Great Depression. In fact, it was one of the major causes that led to the Great Depression. Two months after the original crash in October, stockholders had lost more than $40 billion dollars. Even though the stock market began to regain some of its losses, by the end of 1930, it just was not enough and America truly entered what is called the Great Depression. 2. Bank Failures Throughout the 1930s over 9,000 banks failed. Bank deposits were uninsured and thus as banks failed people simply lost their savings. Surviving banks, unsure of the economic situation and concerned for their own survival, stopped being as willing to create new loans. This exacerbated the situation leading to less and less expenditures. 3. Reduction in Purchasing Across the Board With the stock market crash and the fears of further economic woes, individuals from all classes stopped purchasing items. This then led to a reduction in the number of items produced and thus a reduction in the workforce. As people lost their jobs, they were unable to keep up with paying for items they had bought through installment plans and their items were repossessed. More and more inventory began to accumulate. The unemployment rate rose above 25% which meant, of course, even less spending to help alleviate the economic situation. 4. American Economic Policy with Europe As businesses began failing, the government created the Smoot-Hawley Tariff in 1930 to help protect American companies. This charged a high tax for imports thereby leading to less trade between America and foreign countries along with some economic retaliation. 5. Drought Conditions While not a direct cause of the Great Depression, the drought that occurred in the Mississippi Valley in 1930 was of such proportions that many could not even pay their taxes or other debts and had to sell their farms for no profit to themselves. The area was nicknamed "The Dust Bowl." This was the topic of John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath.
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1. Stock Market Crash of 1929 Many believe that the stock market crash that occurred on Black Tuesday, October 29, 1929 is one and the same with the Great Depression. In fact, it was one of the major causes that led to the Great Depression. Two months after the original crash in October, stockholders had lost more than $40 billion dollars. Even though the stock market began to regain some of its losses, by the end of 1930, it just was not enough and America truly entered what is called the Great Depression. 2. Bank Failures Throughout the 1930s over 9,000 banks failed. Bank deposits were uninsured and thus as banks failed people simply lost their savings. Surviving banks, unsure of the economic situation and concerned for their own survival, stopped being as willing to create new loans. This exacerbated the situation leading to less and less expenditures. 3. Reduction in Purchasing Across the Board With the stock market crash and the fears of further economic woes, individuals from all classes stopped purchasing items. This then led to a reduction in the number of items produced and thus a reduction in the workforce. As people lost their jobs, they were unable to keep up with paying for items they had bought through installment plans and their items were repossessed. More and more inventory began to accumulate. The unemployment rate rose above 25% which meant, of course, even less spending to help alleviate the economic situation. 4. American Economic Policy with Europe As businesses began failing, the government created the Smoot-Hawley Tariff in 1930 to help protect American companies. This charged a high tax for imports thereby leading to less trade between America and foreign countries along with some economic retaliation. 5. Drought Conditions While not a direct cause of the Great Depression, the drought that occurred in the Mississippi Valley in 1930 was of such proportions that many could not even pay their taxes or other debts and had to sell their farms for no profit to themselves. This was the topic of John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath.
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There is alot of car companies and loan artists that will do what you want except for one thing . You will need to send them the title and they will send you back a the title with a lien on it . If you fax them a copy Mississippi or most every state will not attach a lien to it as it is not the original and therefore they have no legal right to the car in case you default , or for that matter sell the car and take the money and run . Sorrty to be bearer of bad news .
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You will need to be on title a minimum of 6 months to take cash out of the home. Some loans will require 12 months. You can do either a cash-out refinance, resulting in 1 loan, or take an additional mortgage in the form of an equity line and have 2 mortgages.
Technically this is considered a cash-out transaction. You may have to wait a while (as long as 12 months) to use new value vs. the purchase price for lending purpose. Wamu used to do cash out with no waiting to use a new appraisal (value). You may want to check with them if you want to do a new first mortgage. Check with your local banks to see if they can use the appraised value for a home equity loan. Sometimes they can have more flexible guidelines than others. The question is what is the home really worth? A lot of people are told the house is worth much more than what they paid when it is not. The definition of market value is usually what an informed buyer and seller agree to in a purchase transaction. For instance, if you bought it for 100K and the seller agreed to that price, what basis do you have for claiming the house is worth 130K? If you bought it from family or as a result of a foreclosure or you have made improvements, it is conceivable that the home is worth more than you just paid, but it will come down to the appraisal and what value the comparable sales will support. Good luck.
You don't have to refinance the whole home- you could get an equity line of credit. However, they are variable rates & I would not suggest one. You can refi using FHA up to 95% of the value but you have to be in it for a year before they allow you to use the appraised value. For the first year you have to base the value on your sales price- so doing that, you may not have the equity you think you do.
You would just refinance and get a new mortgage - you will only be able to borrow up to 80% if the appraised value - why do you want to increase your debt load already?
See the loan officer at your favorite bank.
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