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What is a Signature Loan? What is an Equity Loan? 3 Austin Mortgage Pros answer, at your service!

  Signature loan is a loan you get from your bank attached to no collateral, like basically your signature is saying you will pay it back.   A home equity loan is where you pull cash out of your equity.  Tx home equity loan is the name of it, it is maxed at 80% loan to value in TX.    Thank you,   CM   Chad Mullenix  | Branch Manager-Sr. Loan Officer | NMLS #260298 |Branch NMLS# 1706680 CMG Financial | Corporate NMLS# 1820 | 6720 Vaught Ranch Rd #100 | Austin, TX  78730 Direct Phone:  512.657.8017|  Email:   |  Web:  Apply @ Those are two very different things.   A signature loan is usually unsecured whereas an equity loan is when someone takes cash out of a property   JOEL RICHARDSON Branch Manager   Thank you for your business and referrals which make my business thrive:     Top 1% Scotsman Guide | Power Producer Club | Top 20 in ABJ Book of List Mortgage Executive Top 1% originator | Five Star Mortgage Professional Top Mortgage Professio

3, Shoalmont / Brentwood LOTS, zoned SF-2 For Sale Coming Soon, $550K-600K Contact Realtor for Work.

Information and more specifics in  regards to the proposed 3, BRENTWOOD Sf-2 Zoned Lot.   (SF-2 means 1 Single Family House only) Lot 18A =  $550,000 Lot size =  6659 SF  Max FAR =  2662 SF Lot 18B = $550,000 Lot Size =  6656 SF Max FAR =  2662 SF Lot 18C = $600,000 10,714 SF with flag driveway Lot Size =  8,056 SF in the buildable area.  Max FAR =  3222 SF Total $1.7 million for all 3 lots.  I expect the subdivision to be approved In 30 – 45 days For Buyer's Agency, Representation and  Work, Austin Silent Market's George Vance McGee @ 512.657.9281 iphone,

Per Austin Monitor, South. 1st's, MERCURY Hall to be replaced by you guessed it, New Apartments....

Photo by Jo Clifton Monday, September 28, 2020 by  Jo Clifton  ZONING Large complex on S. First to replace Mercury Hall Despite protests from neighbors and a valid petition against the zoning change, City Council voted 9-2 on Sept. 17 to rezone a 0.847-acre lot at 3504 S. First St. to allow for construction of a three-story apartment complex, a five-story complex and a five-story parking garage. The complex will sit on the site currently occupied by Mercury Hall and the newly zoned parking lot next door. Nine members of Council agreed the property should be zoned for vertical mixed use, allowing the structures that neighbors in nearby condominiums believe will hover over their properties and lower their property values. But a change of use of the property was likely inevitable. In 2019, the owners of the popular event venue announced that they  planned to close in June 2021 , citing high property taxes as the reason. Council members Ann Kitchen and Leslie Pool voted against the zoning