KHarmeyer

2 Contributions 73 People Helped

Member Since: July 2014

Most Helpful Contribution

Everbank (Jumbo)- Mortgage

Sep 01, 2014
Used to have EverBank
Helpful to 64 out of 79 people

Loved them/easy to work with/was my first mortgage when I purchsed my home 2010.Then I got sold off to Bank Of America/wasnt so thrilled with them. Sold off again to NationStar who is worse than  Bank of America! So wish I could go back to Everbank--have been unemployed since early June 2014 /fell behind on mortgage payments due to unemploy. Just landed a full time job. Had a full time job for 10 years with the fed gov.Cant afford to refinance to a better bank. At 4,5% now 30 yrs FHA

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Everbank (Jumbo)- Mortgage

Sep 01, 2014
Used to have EverBank
Helpful to 64 out of 79 people

Loved them/easy to work with/was my first mortgage when I purchsed my home 2010.Then I got sold off to Bank Of America/wasnt so thrilled with them. Sold off again to NationStar who is worse than  Bank of America! So wish I could go back to Everbank--have been unemployed since early June 2014 /fell behind on mortgage payments due to unemploy. Just landed a full time job. Had a full time job for 10 years with the fed gov.Cant afford to refinance to a better bank. At 4,5% now 30 yrs FHA

What does my credit score need to be to purchase a home?

Dec 25, 2014
How does one purchase a condo/649 credit
Helpful to 9 out of 16 people

Losing home and being displaced due to only having part time job after losing full time job /May 2014 /havent been able to get a full time job since-back injury from last full time job of almost 10 years as well as prior FMLA issues/back injury escalated FMLA issues. Would love to purchse a first floor condo due to back injury/FMLA issues.Mortgage company will not work with me.Has attorney on house/house up for short sale with my real estate agent. Presently have no $ to put down on a condo.Apply for full time jobs daily.How long will I have to wait to purchase a condo so I have somewhere to live/how much higher will my credit score need to be?