Finding a condo, co-op, or townhouse to call home is hard enough, but finding financing to buy this kind of property is even more challenging. As a veteran mortgage banker and author of Mortgages 101, David Reed has helped thousands of buyers through this complicated process. Financing Your Condo, Co-op, or Townhouse offers readers invaluable advice, including information on developer financing, specialty loans, government programs and refinance loans, streamlining the approval process, appraisals, closing costs, and more. Readers will discover: ac the differences among condos, co-ops, and townhouses ac how to find the right type of property for them ac the rules governing loans for condos, co-ops and townhouses ac how to evaluate which loan type is best and lock in the lowest rate ac why the percentage of owner-occupied units is important ac what to consider when buying new construction or conversion properties ac the financial considerations unique to each type of home Whatever the property, whatever the question...this handy guide to financing has the answers.The key ingredients to a credit score are: Payment history Available credit Length of time youa#39;ve had credit Credit inquiries ? ? ? ? ? Types of credit Payment History This is the awillingnessa section and shows if youa#39;ve ever been late on an anbsp;...
|Title||:||Financing Your Condo, Co-Op, or Townhouse|
|Publisher||:||AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn - 2009-06-24|