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I sold my home as is for a total of $30,000 in 2019. I accepted $10,000 down and financed the remaining balance at $500 per month which began on June 1, 2019. so for 2019 they paid a total of $13,500 and they will pay a total of $6,000 for 2020, $6,0... read more
kathyahowell ‎Posted Monday
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I'm unable to connect and import from Cenlar (Central Loan Administration & Reporting). I'm trying to import Form-1098 & Form-1099-INT.I'm using the Turbotax Premier Download Mac version. I provided the right login information and the TurboTax asked ... read more
KRK ‎Posted 2 weeks ago | Latest post 2 weeks ago by KRK
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In Deductions and Credits I have a mortgage deduction of $9,743 for two home loans yet these deductions are not showing up on my 1040 (increasing my amount due)* The loans total $646,000* I checked the box "Is this loan secured by a property of yours... read more
jeff_m ‎Posted 2 weeks ago | Latest post 2 weeks ago by jeff_m
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Hi I would like to apply for a loan to purchase a camper trailer or 5th wheel to live in for me and my mother. Our mobile home is falling apart it’s so bad the rats and possums are in the walls . It’s to much work we don’t have floors or a shower sin... read more
Carrielees2019 ‎Posted 3 weeks ago
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How do I get approved for a house loan if I have a very low credit score and quite a bit of debt?
Crysi329 ‎Posted August 15, 2018 | Latest post 3 weeks ago by SKRoberts1934
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Hi, I have zero mortgage balance on my ~$750k worth primary residence. I am planning to do a cash-out refinance of ~300k on my primary residence, and use the entire money to purchase a rental/investment property. I understand that I can deduct the mo... read more
ayanep ‎Posted 3 weeks ago | Latest post 3 weeks ago by ayanep
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I own an owner occupied investment property. I started the refinance in 2019 and didn't close until early 2020. So should I file the refinance as a 2019 return or wait until next year to file? And on the settlement statement, I saw pre-paid interest ... read more
yosemite sam ‎Posted 3 weeks ago
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Do my husband and I need a down payment? We would like to purchase a home and both of our credit scores are over 700. Is it truly necessary to have a down payment?
Secollins23 ‎Posted May 31, 2020 | Latest post 3 weeks ago by Opus 17
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I want to buy the perperty I have my mobile home on but I don’t know what kind of loan to apply for I’m thinking the loan only needs to be for 25000.. and I was wanting to know how much I should have for the down payment
Jodyjodevore1 ‎Posted May 24, 2020 | Latest post 3 weeks ago by Opus 17
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We have recently "rented" a portion of our home to our special needs son. The sched E worksheet looks correct based on percentage - however when I review the return the mortgage interest is double (ie looks like we are paying $17k, but we are not. Ho... read more
hskrgrl0605 ‎Posted a month ago | Latest post 3 weeks ago by AnnetteB6
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How do access my va benefits to use my ba home loan
Splifford77 ‎Posted 4 weeks ago | Latest post 4 weeks ago by ghostlyone
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I have a mortgage secured in 2019 and less than $750k. I am answering the question 'no, none of these apply to me' and when I hit continue the program automatically adjusts the answer to 'yes, one or both of these situations applies to me'. When I re... read more
kchan ‎Posted May 24, 2020 | Latest post May 25, 2020 by DoninGA
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My mother owns the house my fiance and I currently live in. We (the three of us) would like to sell the home and my mother wants to use the profits as a down payment on our new home; she will be the third co-borrower/ a non-occupying borrower. Would ... read more
MC_2016 ‎Posted May 16, 2020 | Latest post May 21, 2020 by RobertG
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How can I view 2017 tax copies?
Pinklebot ‎Posted May 19, 2020 | Latest post May 20, 2020 by MinhT1
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Why turbotax is not adding my 2018 PMI deduction? I'm trying to amend but TurboTax is not calculating my deduction. My jointly AGI is under 100.000, it is my first home, first mortgage.
claudioluaratax0 ‎Posted May 14, 2020 | Latest post May 19, 2020 by VictoriaD75
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