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airreea, Other/Just Looking in 76010

Sorry its me again

Asked by airreea, 76010 Sun Apr 7, 2013

My credit score is 560 from when I was younger. I dont pay my credit cards or car note late. Most of it is just stupid medical collections but my payment history has been perfect since 2009..I just want a house that's mine a put my roots down for good

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Kimberly Kelly’s answer
Contact Matt.
Matt Veoukas

Mortgage Banker | NMLS # 172924

3861 Long Prairie Rd, Suite 110 | Flower Mound, TX 75028

Direct: 817.891-1255 |E-Fax: 855.299.3498

Matt.veoukas@caliberfunding.com

http://www.mattveoukas.com

His information is below and see if he can help you.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu May 23, 2013
With a good payment history since 2009 you are most likely in good shape to move forward. You should contact a mortgage lender and look at moving forward before interest rise any further! Best of luck to you.

John
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jul 25, 2013
I recently helped a woman in the same situation and every case can be greatly different. Give me a call when you have the opportunity and I will be able to steer you in the correct direction. Before you spend a penny on credit repair give me a ring. Alot of individuals in that line of work do questionable work and rob people of alot of hard earned money. I've been using the same person for years. She will be able to tell you straight forward of what your limitations you may have. I can help if you let me.

Keller Williams Realty
Real Estate Consutlant
3xUS Army Veteran
Joseph Fernandez
Cell: 817-975-7258
Off: 817-635-1028
email: blissfulestates84@gmail.com
blog: blissfulestates84.blogspot.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Apr 11, 2013
Please call me and I will recommend a credit repair agency. That is your best option right now. The medical debts will continue to be sold from one collection company to another, essentially renewing the debt each time. There are qualified companies who can direct you how to get this under control.
Paula Wommack
Prudential Texas Properties
817-265-6609
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Apr 10, 2013
Hate em or like em, credit scores are here to stay for now. However, there is more to underwriting than a credit score. Generally speaking, credit underwriting involves a few "C's":
Character: Acting in good faith and trust to repay a debt; ability to manage finances.
Capital: Sufficient funds to close; backup funds for problems down the road; underwriting ratios.
Capacity: Ability to repay; how have you paid others; more underwriting ratios!
Collateral: Loan-to-Value ratio; appraised value of asset; survey; analysis of asset.
Sound like Greek? In my opinion you need a team of experts to help with your frustrations. Contact me and start on the road to home ownership.
Regards,
Lloyd Parnell
Keller Williams Realty
lloydparnell@yahoo.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 8, 2013
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