V. King New Haven, Ct
YES. However, there are a few big caveats to this answer. You will have to otherwise be relatively healthy as far as credit, income, assets, debt and employment. In addition, you MUST have a payment plan established and always helpful if you can show you have been paying it for at least 6 months. This is a non negotiable. So make sure you have the payment plan letter from the IRS.
Best of luck! ;)
I am of the opinion, as many others are as well, that a borrower should take care of their tax obligation with the IRS before they ask a lender to evaluate them as a good risk.
They can provide to you a GFE (good faith estimate) and a loan calculator, so you can figure out how much a house costing X will cost you every month, before you even start looking. That is my advice to all home buyers, get pre-approved before you even begin to look. Best of luck to you.
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