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Marie Baker
19 hours ago
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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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?
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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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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Joy Caudill
5 months ago
After 2013 as long as the LTV is high enough there is still an 11 year MIP. Is the LTV based on the loan amount calculated against the purchase price or the appraisal price? If qualified with a good enough LTV the annual MIP for 11 years is 80 bps (0.80%). Is this calculated on the original loan amount always or is it adjusted yearly based on the current principal balance? Basically, If I pay extra to reduce my principal will it lower my MIP yearly?
After 2013 as long as the LTV is high enough there is still an 11 year MIP. Is the LTV based on the loan amount calculated against the purchase price or the appraisal price? If qualified with a good enough LTV the annual MIP for 11 years is 80 bps... (more)
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Juan Castillo
6 months ago
Loan origination date July 2009, loan amount 154,000, currently owe 129,000. Zillow appraisal estimate is 179,000. I have not done an appraisal yet though.
Loan origination date July 2009, loan amount 154,000, currently owe 129,000. Zillow appraisal estimate is 179,000. I have not done an appraisal yet though.
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william sanford
7 months ago
I ask because if my loan is under 20 percent I will have to pay PMI. Will this be the case for the entire loan or until I have paid 20 percent of the loan value?
I ask because if my loan is under 20 percent I will have to pay PMI. Will this be the case for the entire loan or until I have paid 20 percent of the loan value?
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James Hester
7 months ago
Hi, I could not qualify for a conventional due to a rental that we had to let go 4 years ago.

We purchased a house for 415K and put down 138K for an FHA loan of 277k. I am being charged an MIP even though my loan to value is less than 80%. Should I be charged this?

If I am supposed to pay it, if I pay my loan down 20% will it go away then?

Thank you for any help
Hi, I could not qualify for a conventional due to a rental that we had to let go 4 years ago.

We purchased a house for 415K and put down 138K for an FHA loan of 277k. I am being charged an MIP even though my loan to value is less than 80%. Should I... (more)
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Melissa Bickman
8 months ago
I originated my FHA loan June 1 2012. I would like to remove PMI as the value has increased. What are the requirements to remove the MIP for this loan?
I originated my FHA loan June 1 2012. I would like to remove PMI as the value has increased. What are the requirements to remove the MIP for this loan?
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