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Posted 3/16/2007 3:47 PM (#1408)
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Hello.I have a client with a solid work history,a 618 mid-score, looking to refi, 80%ltv.

We are in need of a lender that does not require seasoning on title.

P.S loan amount 212,000.

Any info would be gladly appreciated.
Posted 3/19/2007 1:21 AM (#1414 - in reply to #1408)
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Posts: 92
Location: Las Vegas
Any conforming loan will not have seasoning. If you have a good enough file then you can take a shot at getting a DU or LP approval with that lower credit score. Once you have that approval you are golden.

John I
Posted 7/1/2008 12:10 AM (#1783 - in reply to #1408)
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Posts: 10
There are a couple of them out there doing that, but it would depend on the rest of the deal. You should be calling y our wholesale reps and asking them.

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