where can I apply for a low income home loan in utah?

Posted on Sep 27, 2012 in Stated Income Loans

Question by sar: refinance under making home affordable plan 10 points?
they have a no income verification program under the making home affordable plan . so why they asking to sign a 4506-7 form ??/
i mean 4506-T form

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Answer by Landlord
They want your last 2 years income tax returns and they need this before the IRS will fork them over.

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Question by : With the Making Home Affordable program, site can I be denied loan modification if I already refinanced last year?
Only about 8 months ago Bank of America solicited me and offered to refinance my mortgage with the government “Making Home Affordable” program. I was struggling and it made perfect sense so I did it. Now things have gotten even worse for me and I’ve been working with a credit councilor to try to avoid bankruptcy. He suggested that I call the HUD and ask them about a loan modification. I spoke quickly with someone today, not an actual HUD councilor, that said that because I already refinanced with the program, that I’m not eligible to do a loan modification through it. Is this true!? If so, what options do I have? Can I get a loan modification without the government program? The credit councilor said that my housing costs should be about 30% of my income, and right now mine are 61%. I have absolutely no savings so I have to assume that I’m qualified for a modification.

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Answer by kemperk
assume nothing

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Question by a little curious: where can I apply for a low income home loan in utah?
there used to be a place called farm home of america, information pills and i have heard of FHA, drugs but cant seem to find any info on it. doeas anyone know of a place that uses your income to decide the payment of your house rather than the amount of the loan?

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Answer by Bill B
All places you your income to decide on your payment. The loan amount simply determines the amortization period.

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  1. Call a lender and ask if the know of any programs. Or, you can ask your real estate agent.

    As for the guy who claims to have advanced degrees in *bankography* and *bankology*..LOL there is no such thing.

    An advanced degree is an MBA in Finance.

    I love it when someone tries to come off uber educated here, and totally falls in the mud by not even knowing the correct terminology. LOL