By Jorg Jaeger at October 03 2018 09:44:53
Start your research today and trust me, you will find one or the other lender who will be able to give you a loan without your co-borrower. Please note that having or not having a co-borrower for your loan is subject to the credit history of your co-borrower. If he has a good credit history, you would not mind getting him on-board for signing the loan agreement. Think twice if it is otherwise.
One contract that you will need to have a working knowledge of is a construction loan agreement. Let's take a look at what a construction loan agreement is and why having one is so important.
To stay clear of any legal involvement, both parties concerned must comply and honor all agreements made. Since the loan agreement serves as a contract and legal documentation, a violation of the terms and agreements can lead to a legal case and the written agreement can function as proof in court.
It is best to obtain a real estate forbearance agreement when deferring mortgage payments. Forbearance agreements prohibit lenders from commencing with foreclosure action unless borrowers' default on the contract. This is of particular importance when obtaining mortgage deferment to prevent foreclosure.
It is important to note that some banks do report deferred payments as delinquent. Therefore, it is crucial to ask lenders how they report to credit bureaus before entering into a contract. Payments reported as past due can reduce FICO scores. Depending on credit scores, a reduction of ten points can place debtors in a lower credit category; making it difficult to obtain credit in the future.