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J9, Renter in 91932

Who can I talk to, to find out what I need to pay on my credit to buy a house?

Asked by J9, 91932 Sat Jan 7, 2012

Trying to find out if I should file BK or pay off things on my credit to get a home. Who do I need to talk to? Who can help me with this?

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Keep renting and pay down credit cards. Beyond credit score, lender looks for debt to income ratios, cash reserves and job stability and source of income. a strategic BK will hurt your ability to buy anything! from a house to a car you are screwwed for 3-5 years depending on the chapter.
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Find a good lender that you feel comfortable working with. They can help you step by step get things in order to purchase a house.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 26, 2014
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Darren Sessom, CCRS
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 26, 2014
I would contact Frank Kriticos at United One Financial 619.600.5136. They specialize in debt consolidation and can also assist in credit repair if necessary. Once you have started that process we can meet to further discuss your purchasing capabilities. Please let me know if you have any further questions at this time!

Best regards,

Dustin Shepard
3rd Generation Realto
Coldwell Banker Royal Realty
Ca. BRE License 01410160
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 26, 2014
Hi J9,
Definitely avoid a BK if you can. It will severely impact your ability to qualify for years. Contact me directly so we can set up a home ownership strategy for you. What is crucial to pay off and how fast you can get there...

Sinead McAllister
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jan 9, 2012
Like everyone here is saying, avoid a BK if you can. Sit down with a lender that you trust and have them go over what you need to do to improve your credit score. Pay down your credit cards and try not to charge anything else on them.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Jan 7, 2012

If you can avoid BK you should. There is a book available called Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey. It has been a life-changer for many people. The books teaches you how to get out of debt.

Dot Chance, Realtor®
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Jan 7, 2012

Many buyers find it helpful to speak to and work with a lender to work out any credit issues or problems as they are in the process of getting pre-approved for a mortgage loan. I would not recommend a BK unless you have a creditor trying to file a judgement against you and after consulting with a BK attorney. As was stated by another Realtor, A BK should be your last resort as it will delay your ability to get a loan for many years.

I refer my clients to Jason Gill at Prime Lending, he is great to work with and can guide you through the mortgage process. Hi email is:

I would be happy to speak with you about the home buying process and you can get more information at my website.

Warm regards,

Jill Eastman
Magnus Realty Group, Inc.
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