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Asked by Laaura De Hernandez, Fiesta M/h Estates, Richmond, TX Fri Aug 17, 2012

Im 19 yrs old & im married. We are planning to buy our home in a term of 6 or 5 months. We have some money to put on the down payment and still building ourour emergency funds. He can not show income yet because he is not a us citizen , we are wating on that process but he has some property in mex and i work the thing is that i don't have a two years income or income tax. I just married and start ed to work, ifeel that we can buy something right now, prices r great!! I really need help, i have good credit and we are no debt at all, i paid my two cars cash and my homes in mex too. What can i do?

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Call me and I will explain to you step by step what needs to be done in order to get you into a home...

I have had Clients that have worked with them for 8 to 12 months in order to get their credit to where it needs to be just by coaching them and guiding them on what they need to do and 8 to 12 months down the road they have purchased their home(s)...

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First thing is you are going to need to know how much of a house you can afford by running your credit and checking your debt and income. Most loans being generated now days are FHA loans, which means you will need at least 3.5% for your down payment plus any type of closing cost that are incurred during the purchase process. Any mortgage Company is going to ask you for last or most recent month of paystubs, last two months of Bank Statements and the last two years of Income Tax Returns.

If you have any questions you can always call me, I do speak Spanish
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Sep 25, 2012
To qualify for a mortgage loan requires 3 main components - #1 verifiable income (at least 2 years), #2 sufficient funds for down payment & closing costs, including prepaid taxes and insurance, #3 credit score of at least 620

Depending on how much your income and debts are will determine how much of a house you can afford.

You don't have to be a US citizen to purchase a home or to qualify for a mortgage loan. I can refer you to a local mortgage banker that can assist you further.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Aug 17, 2012
Recommend contact mortgage broker direct, complete a loan application then determine if you can OR can't purchase a home

Most lenders require 2 years employment

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Aug 17, 2012
Try Compass Bank. They have some programs for people in your situation.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Aug 17, 2012
I don't believe you would qualify under the guidelines we have for FHA or Fannie Mae loans. Perhaps an owner carry?

Barbara Coker
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