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el interes de el prestamo hipotecario para compradores por primera vez cuando te acoges al plan FHA 30 years fixes es diferente o no al interes del que compra una segunda vivienda aunque sea 30 years fixes

Formulada por: luis ruiz
4/4/2008 11:07:38 AM
     
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Estimado Sr. Ruiz,

Un comprador de casa solo puede tomar un prestamo FHA al mismo tiempo no importa este si se utiliza para comprar una segunda vivienda mientras usted la utilice como su residencia principal. Y es por esta razon que la tasa de interes de una hipoteca asegurada por un prestamo FHA siempre ofrece tasas bajas en comparacion con otros tipos de prestamos. Espero haber contestado su pregunta, si necesita formular otra pregunta me puede contactar aqui.


Answer by Bill Arce 4/23/2008 8:45:24 PM

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