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Money for Mortgage Loans in Las VegasBeen looking at homes for sale in Las Vegas, but just don't have any extra cash? If you or someone you know has been struggling to come up with the down payment and closing costs for a mortgage, we have great news. There is a new 1/2% down FHA loan that may be your answer. 

You could literally get into a home with no money at all! This new mortgage loan program is a combination of a 96.5% FHA first mortgage and a 3% second mortgage. The seller is allowed to pay all of the buyer's closing costs, AND the 1/2% down payment can even be gift funds from a relative or close friend. The interest rate is a little higher than the standard FHA loan, but you can have a non occupant co borrower to help you qualify. Basically this

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High Rise Condos Loans in Las VegasThe Tonnesen Team preferred lender, All Western Mortgage, has secured a relationship with one of the top credit unions in Las Vegas, and is now able to offer three very exciting and new loan programs that NO OTHER LENDERS HAVE. Check out the guidelines for their fresh start loans (only one day out of short sale or foreclosure!), jumbo loans (with as little as 5% down!) and high rise condo loans (with as little as 5% down!)

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1)   AWM Fresh Start Mortgage! One day out of short sale or foreclosure! 

  • 80% Loan to Value from $100,000 - $1,000,000
  • 75% Loan to Value from $1,000,001 - $2,000,000
  • Minimum Loan Amount is $100,000
  • Rates as low as 4.75% for 30 Years and 3.625% for 15 Years
  • Minimum 620 Credit Score
  • Minimum 6
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Things not to do when getting a mortgage loan in Las VegasYou can unknowingly sabotage your home financing goals by making some obvious and not-so-obvious moves with your finances.  Check out the list below to see if you know the top 10 things NOT to do when you are in the process of buying a home or refinancing.

Do Not:

  1. Transfer money between accounts, unless receiving complete documentation from your bank, itemizing all transfers.
  2. Make unnecessary checking or savings account transactions, such as withdrawals or deposits
  3. Leave an existing job - changing jobs may mean you don't have an appropriate work history, especially if you change fields of employment as well.
  4. Allow your bank accounts to go into a negative balance, even if you have overdraft protection
  5. Apply for credit in any form, including
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FHA Back to Work Extenuating Circumstances Program
Shortsale? Foreclosure? Bankruptcy? You may NOT have to wait 3 years or more to buy your next home under the new HUD “Back to Work” initiative announced August 15th. If you qualify for the program, you may already be able to purchase a home as an owner/occupant with an FHA loan.

Eligible borrowers would be those who experienced a “significant loss of income due to circumstances beyond the borrower’s control” which in turn triggered an “economic event” that impacted their financial status.  

 An “economic event” is defined as one of the following:

  • Short sale
  • Deed-in-lieu of foreclosure
  • Foreclosure
  • Chapter 7 bankruptcy
  • Chapter 13 bankruptcy
  • Loan modification
  • Forbearance agreement

 “A significant loss of household income due to

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by Lisa Alberian


When my family decided to move to Las Vegas, we rented a house in a nice neighborhood. Since we didn’t know much about the area, we relied on our real estate agent’s knowledge to help us make decisions in addition to a lot of our own research. We were very fortunate to find a nice rental house in Henderson. 

At first, everything was completely different than what I was used to and nothing felt like home. Every chance I had, I drove around different areas to get a feel for what “living in Las Vegas” could be. You can learn a lot about an area by going into local businesses. It is NOTHING like “The Las Vegas Strip” out here in the suburbs! After a while we finally felt settled in with new careers and that’s when I started thinking…. 

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