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Wednesday, January 29, 2020
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Your House and Car

Depending upon which exemption scheme is selected and your circumstances, you may exempt up to $100,000 in equity. When calculating your equity you should use a value that is based upon a forced liquidation as opposed to the best selling conditions to arrive at a value for your home. Once you know the value, subtract the amount owed plus selling and transfer costs from the value to calculate the equity. In a depressed market, liquidated properties are often valued less than what we like to think the property is worth.

Depending upon which exemption scheme is selected, you may keep your car if your equity is equal to or less than the allowed exemption. Generally speaking, depending upon the exemption scheme selected, you may exempt as little as $1200 or as much as $9100. When calculating your equity you should use the Kelly Blue Book or a comparable guide. Once you know the value, then subtract the amount owed from the value to calculate the equity.

Generally, most courts understand that you need a car to work to get back on your feet. Apply rules of common sense here: If you own vintage cars which are free and clear and worth thousands of dollars, you are probably not going to be able to keep them. If, on the other hand, you have a car worth $10,000 and you owe $8000 on it, you will most likely keep it. Again, the need to talk to a good lawyer should be evident. Most leased vehicles have no equity and therefore are entirely exempt. If you owe money on your car or it is leased you must still make the payments. In those instances you will have to redeem or reaffirm the property to keep it. However, in some circumstance your representative can renegotiate the loan or the lease to get a more favorable deal for you.

Disclaimer:
This information deals with Chapter 7 consumer bankruptcy. Each state has its own bankruptcy laws, so you need to check with your state for details. Information dealing with Chapter 13 bankruptcy and consumer debt restructuring is not discussed in the above FAQs. The information contained in the following FAQs is provided for general information purposes only and is not intended to be a legal opinion nor legal advice nor is it intended to be a complete discussion of all the issues related to the area of Chapter 7 consumer bankruptcy. Every individual's factual situation is different and you should seek independent legal advice regarding specific information.

CPU Refinancing Playa Vista

Hi all,

I have been asked over the past 2 years about mortgage refinancing on a CPU in Playa Vista.  I was introduced to CPU condo's in Playa Vista in 2017. 

The refinancing of Controlled Price Units on condo's can be complex.  I have navigated the waters with over 2 dozen successful CPU refinances on condo's in Playa Vista.

I have been able to use the current market value, not the resale value, to help owners eliminate mortgage insurance.

Here are some yelp reviews:  (google: CPU Refinance Yelp)

"I just completed a refinance with Dave after he was recommended by several neighbors. Purchased a condo in 2017 and had to initially go with the lender that was recommended by the builder. I was paying PMI, which would be required for a few more years.

Dave was able to help me with a refinance and the process only took 2 weeks. He got rid of the PMI. As a result, monthly payment has decreased
saving me thousands in the long run."

Dave LaRose helped us to refinance our mortgage in Playa Vista this year. He got us out of PMI and lowered our monthly payments by over $500. He has taken the time to really know the ins and outs of the mortgage business and even complicated rules and regulations of CPU purchases. Highly recommend him and his team!

I don't even know where to start with reviewing Dave. He is an incredibly kind and intelligent man and did a wonderful job helping us refinance our mortgage on a CPU! From the first phone call, Dave was very informative and made sure both my husband and I understood every step. He sends over a quick text right before every docusign and is available for questions 24/7. He had us locked in at a better rate than we already had and with some changes in the market and a little time to spare before closing, he got us an even LOWER rate! We did not even have to ask him to do this. He genuinely wants his clients to get the best deal possible and works tirelessly to make sure that happens. We have already recommended him to several of our neighbors and will continue to do so. He made the refinance process stress-free and dare I say it... EASY! From now on, Dave is our one and only broker for all of our mortgage needs!

 

If you are looking to refinance your CPU, please reach out.

Dave LaRose

Direct Mortgage Source, Inc.

800-309-0585 ext. 101


 

CA-BRE # 01357986 NMLS #238291
16955 Via Del Campo #110 | San Diego, CA 92127
(800) 309-0585  Ext. 101 | (858) 487-7179  Ext. 11   | Fax: (800) 834-0799 

This material is not from HUD or FHA and has not been approved by HUD or a government agency.

 

CPU Refinancing Playa Vista

Hi all,

I have been asked over the past 2 years about mortgage refinancing on a CPU in Playa Vista.  I was introduced to CPU condo's in Playa Vista in 2017. 

The refinancing of Controlled Price Units on condo's can be complex.  I have navigated the waters with over 2 dozen successful CPU refinances on condo's in Playa Vista.

I have been able to use the current market value, not the resale value, to help owners eliminate mortgage insurance.

Here are some yelp reviews:  (google: CPU Refinance Yelp)

"I just completed a refinance with Dave after he was recommended by several neighbors. Purchased a condo in 2017 and had to initially go with the lender that was recommended by the builder. I was paying PMI, which would be required for a few more years.

Dave was able to help me with a refinance and the process only took 2 weeks. He got rid of the PMI. As a result, monthly payment has decreased
saving me thousands in the long run."

Dave LaRose helped us to refinance our mortgage in Playa Vista this year. He got us out of PMI and lowered our monthly payments by over $500. He has taken the time to really know the ins and outs of the mortgage business and even complicated rules and regulations of CPU purchases. Highly recommend him and his team!

I don't even know where to start with reviewing Dave. He is an incredibly kind and intelligent man and did a wonderful job helping us refinance our mortgage on a CPU! From the first phone call, Dave was very informative and made sure both my husband and I understood every step. He sends over a quick text right before every docusign and is available for questions 24/7. He had us locked in at a better rate than we already had and with some changes in the market and a little time to spare before closing, he got us an even LOWER rate! We did not even have to ask him to do this. He genuinely wants his clients to get the best deal possible and works tirelessly to make sure that happens. We have already recommended him to several of our neighbors and will continue to do so. He made the refinance process stress-free and dare I say it... EASY! From now on, Dave is our one and only broker for all of our mortgage needs!

 

If you are looking to refinance your CPU, please reach out.

Dave LaRose

Direct Mortgage Source, Inc.

800-309-0585 ext. 101


 

CA-BRE # 01357986 NMLS #238291
16955 Via Del Campo #110 | San Diego, CA 92127
(800) 309-0585  Ext. 101 | (858) 487-7179  Ext. 11   | Fax: (800) 834-0799 

This material is not from HUD or FHA and has not been approved by HUD or a government agency.