Can I get loan to pay off mortgage of £45000 ,credit not good

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Answered by webuyhouses
So that I can answer this, may I ask why you would want to do this?

Are the payments too high? Could you sell the house? | 08.04.12 @ 20:22
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$commenter.renderDisplayableName() — {comment} | 08.24.17 @ 01:21
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Answered by annettepickett
Payments are high,I had builders a few years ago putting roof on house and building two extra rooms,they totally destroyed my home ,hadn't a clue what they were doing put mysitting room roof in destroying everything in the room,I checked them out with Company House and it turned they were not builders at all but were registerd as joiners,then they went into liquidation and I had no come back on them,they had no insurance or anything.then in middle of it all my husband died and I was left with the house to try and put right,and couldnt get a building warrent for it because of their mistakes,so I remortgaged to get money to attempt to put house right,and had to replace every bit of furniture in sitting room,they worked on neighbour houses too and we are all the same and do not have building warrents,so I believe you can not sell your house without one. | 08.04.12 @ 23:42
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Answered by webuyhouses
It doesn't sound like you have been having a good time and I'm really sorry to hear about your husband.

You may be able to sell your house without a warrant but I'm not too sure how easy that will be in today's economic climate. You may be waiting a while and have to continue with the high payments.

How much needs to be done to the property to put it right?

I may be able to help you with this if I have a full picture of the situation. Feel free to have a chat about this with me (07500 225 144 my personal mobile) or email me your contact details to webuyhouses@live.co.uk and I'll be in touch.

We can work on a solution that will hopefully work for you and perhaps the same for your neighbours.

Regards

Brian




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