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William Ogee
2 months ago
I am refinancing my home for $91,000.00 it appraised for $280,000.00. Do I have to have PMI?
 
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Marie Baker
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Home purchased in 2/2011 for $124900.00 Streamline refinance Only done in 2/2013 to lower rate. Currently we owe just over $100k and the market value is $180k approximately. That puts us well under the 78% ltv can we cancell PMI?
Home purchased in 2/2011 for $124900.00 Streamline refinance Only done in 2/2013 to lower rate. Currently we owe just over $100k and the market value is $180k approximately. That puts us well under the 78% ltv can we cancell PMI?
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Shawn Shumaker
2 months ago
I now have more than 20% equity in my home after 4 years of paying PMI and 1 year left. Do I still have to wait another year before PMI can be removed? Are there any other options for having it removed now?
I now have more than 20% equity in my home after 4 years of paying PMI and 1 year left. Do I still have to wait another year before PMI can be removed? Are there any other options for having it removed now?
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David Cash
3 months ago
I am trying to eliminate the PMI. My loan is $599,000 while the value of the home is over 1 million. The loan started in April 2012. Can I eliminate the PMI? If so, what steps do I need to take?
I am trying to eliminate the PMI. My loan is $599,000 while the value of the home is over 1 million. The loan started in April 2012. Can I eliminate the PMI? If so, what steps do I need to take?
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I’m refinancing a primary home to a 15-year, fixed rate with ratio value, 60%. Do I have to pay PMI? If the ratio reaches 90% in 5 years, can I eliminate the PMI? Why must we wait 11 years?
I’m refinancing a primary home to a 15-year, fixed rate with ratio value, 60%. Do I have to pay PMI? If the ratio reaches 90% in 5 years, can I eliminate the PMI? Why must we wait 11 years?
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