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Cute Top Floor Lake Stevens Condo MLS 372765

Classy and spacious top floor condo w/2 bedrooms in the heart of Lake Stevens. Has a view of mountains and a small piece of the lake. Vaulted ceilings in Living Room. Private bath with double shower heads in Master and large walk-in closet. Tile entry and counter tops. Built-in entertainment center in living room with cozy gas fireplace. White kitchen with pantry and built-in microwave, beautiful floor built by professional from Garage Floor Coatings Chattanooga. Tastefully decorated upper end unit. 

Washington FHA Loan FAQs

Lately there has been more FHA Loan activity and with that came several recurring questions. Here is some very useful information to be aware of concerning short sales and FHA loan eligibility regarding Washington‘s FHA loans.  For more details, please give our lenders a call!

 

 

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Derogatory Credit Waiting Periods for Home Purchases

Have you been impacted by bankruptcy, foreclosure or short sale and think home ownership is not in your future? It is important to know that each individual’s situation is unique and it is important to discuss your options with a Mortgage Professional. Here you will find information regarding certain kinds of loans and what their derogatory waiting periods typically are.
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FAQs for Derogatory Credit With Washington Mortgages

Guild MortgageMany Washington home buyers have questions regarding mortgages when it comes to financing a home. Here you will find a commonly asked question regarding all loan programs.
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Why We Should Extend The Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act

Passed in 2007, the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act allows the homeowners to avoid taxes on forgiven mortgage debt.  For example, if a homeowner sold their $240,000 home for $40,000 in a short sale, they’re not obligated to pay taxes on the $200,000 of forgiven mortgage debt.  However, the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act is scheduled to expire at the end of 2012 and there is a fear that it won’t be extended.  If that happens, homeowners who are part of the mortgage settlement reached last month could find themselves facing heavy tax debt obligations.
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