Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Kentucky USDA Rural Housing 100% Financing for Kentucky Rural Home Buyers.


Kentucky USDA Home Loan Eligibility Requirements


Kentucky USDA Home Loan eligibility will be determined by your financial history, and the property you're choosing to buy. First, the property in question must be in a USDA defined rural area. USDA defined rural areas can change from state to state, but are typically defined as any property located in a rural area, open country, or an area with less than 25,000 residents. This means that even if a property is located on the outskirts of a major city, in some small suburban community, it may still be defined as USDA eligible. For more information on a USDA eligible property in your area, please contact mew below.

Secondly, your financial and credit history will be evaluated. You need to have an above average credit history with a minimum credit score of 620, and no foreclosures in the past 3 years or bankruptcies in the last 2. You must have steady and reliable income and be able to prove that you can afford monthly mortgage payments, as well as any other bills and previous debts you may have incurred. You must be a U.S. citizen, and be within in the income limitations for that designated area.

Kentucky USDA Home Loan Advantages:
·         No Down payment is required.
·         Flexible credit guidelines. (Minimum credit score 620)
·         Bankruptcy ok after 2 years
·         Foreclosure ok after 3 years. If home was in bankruptcy can be sooner than 3 years and home must be out of your name.
·         No maximum purchase price limit.
·         Closing costs can be financed in.
·         Competitive fixed 30-year rates.
·         Low monthly mortgage insurance compared to FHA and Fannie Mae
      Can be used to purchase new and existing homes.




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Joel Lobb
Mortgage Loan Officer
Individual NMLS ID #57916

American Mortgage Solutions, Inc.
Company NMLS ID #1364


Text/call:      502-905-3708
email:          kentuckyloan@gmail.com





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Monday, August 6, 2018

How to qualify for a mortgage loan while in a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy:

Here is a brief summary on getting a mortgage loan while in a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy:
 
You must have 12 payments paid into the Chapter 13 before you can apply for a mortgage loan.
 
The payments must be made on time for last 12 months or after 12 months if you have been in longer, so no late payments to the Chapter 13 while in it. 
 
You have to ask permission from the courts to seek a mortgage loan. They usually grants this. I have never not seen them grant it.
 
You have to qualify with the new house payment along with Chapter 13 payments and other debts listed on credit report. Debt to income ratios usually center around 31 and 43% respectively, meaning the new house payment should not be more than 31% of your gross monthly income and your total house payment and debts listed on credit report along with Chapter 13 payment should not be more than 43% of your total gross monthly income. 
 
Credit scores: Most FHA lenders I work with will want a 620 middle score. You have three fico scores from Experian, Equifax, and Transunion, and they throw out the high and low score and take middle score. For example, if you had a 598, 679, and 590 scores respectively for all three bureaus listed above, your qualifying score would be 598.
There are some FHA investors that I am set up with that will go down to 580, but I have seen in my past experiences 620 will get you a better deal and far greater chance of closing on your loan with FHA. 
 
Down payment: For FHA loans, you will need to have at least 3.5% down payment saved up. It is extremely hard to find a no money down loan program to get you approved for a mortgage while you are in a Chapter 13 plan. 
 
FHA and USDA are really the only two options that I know of that offer financing for a borrower with a current Chapter 13 Bankruptcy plan plan, so keep that in mind. 
 
Conventional loan program offered by Fannie Mae will not allow a mortgage loan for someone in a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy plan.
 
On USDA loans, it is possible to get 100% Financing after you have paid into the plan for 12 months with a good pay history. The credit scores needed for a USDA loan approval really need to be above 640 in my past experience in getting them approved. A lot of USDA lenders will say they will do down to 620, but it is very difficult getting them approved. Best to get your scores up to increase your changes in qualifying for a USDA loan. There is not much that difference in getting your scores up to that range if you are at a 620 score now. 
 
With USDA loans, they have income and property eligibility requirements that FHA does not have, so below is a rough run down of FHA vs USDA loan for you:
 
Typically, USDA-eligible properties are located in rural areas. It is a mistake, however, to think that you have to live far out in the country to qualify for a USDA loan. USDA-eligible properties are often located near urban areas.
A property’s eligibility is determined by its location with respect to USDA’s map of eligible locations. The USDA program also places limits on your household income based on median earnings in an area. If you exceed that limit, you can’t obtain a USDA loan.
The FHA, by contrast, does not place limits on household earnings. The FHA, however, does establish a maximum limit on the amount of money that can be borrowed through the program.
So if you were in a hurry to buy, after you have been in your Chapter 13 plan for 12 months, I can look at getting you approved to buy a home if you wish:
 
In order to get you pre-approved for your max loan amount, I will need the following items from you. This is a free process and I will give you a copy of your credit report for free!
 
 
Mortgage Pre-Approval Checklist
 
1.  Last 30 days worth of pay stubs
2.  Last 2 years W-2′s
3.  Last 2 years tax returns
4.  Last two months bank statements for all accounts including 401 k or retirement account  if you have one
 
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Once I get the information above, I can usually get you pre-approved in one day, and get your loan closed in 30-45 days after you get an accepted offer on a home. 
 
Your first house payment usually starts 30-60 days after you close.
 
Your loan pre-approval is usually good for 90 days.
 
I don't need originals, copies are fine. You can fax or email  me the above documents,  or meet me face-to-face if you wish to make copies and go over your options.
 
Let me know your questions. 
 
Thanks and look forward to helping you. 
 
Joel Lobb
Mortgage Loan Officer
Individual NMLS ID #57916
 
American Mortgage Solutions, Inc.
10602 Timberwood Circle 
Louisville, KY 40223
Company NMLS ID #1364
 
Text/call:      502-905-3708
fax:            502-327-9119
email:
kentuckyloan@gmail.com
 
 
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Thursday, August 2, 2018