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The commercial corner: Overcoming objections in commercial deals

National Mortgage Professional
May 31, 2006

Chase adds no-closing-cost option to fixed-rate loansMortgagePress.comNo closing costs, Chase Chase has added a no closing cost option for new amortizing and balloon home equity loans, available to borrowers who meet Chase's underwriting guidelines (except in the Carolinas and other states where Chase Home Equity does not do business). Chase's No Closing Cost fixed-rate home equity loans are available with fixed repayment terms of five to 20 years and balloon repayment terms of 30 and 15 years. They are available on loan amounts of up to $1 million, with full-doc and stated-income options and up to 100 percent combined loan-to-value. Chase, a subsidiary of JPMorgan Chase and Company, is a consumer and commercial bank based in New York. For more information, call (888) 342-4273 or visit www.chase.com.
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