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Bryan, Home Buyer in Fort Worth, TX

Wife has 711, I have 659, I have foreclosure in may 2010, both have a credit card each, and auto loan together. Cards paid off. What to do now?

Asked by Bryan, Fort Worth, TX Sun Jun 3, 2012

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Tom Burris’ answer
Foreclosure put you out of mortgage qualification for 3yrs from the 'foreclosed' date.... not when it went into foreclosure... but when title actually changed hands.
What to do now? Make sure credit is perfect since this significant credit event.

Can wife support the mortgage on her income alone?

I have an e-book about credit. Email me and I will send you a free copy no obligation.



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0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jun 3, 2012
Dear Bryan,

Don't wait until Monday, especially for someone who didn't read the question. Call me tonight!

You need some good old fashioned credit counseling by a Realtor who knows what the situation is. You will find that I have 32 years experience in the field, right here in the Fort Worth area. I also used to work for a credit repair company, so I can give you some (free) tips on what you can do next. I work very closely with a savvy loan officer who will help you get ready to purchase a house in the future.

Meanwhile, we need to talk about where you're at, and where you want to be. This type of family counseling is my specialty. If you want references, please call Jason Hudspeth, one of my current customers. 817-739-1168

I can also save you some money on your electric bill. Just saved my neighbor over $1,000!! Don't laugh at this; many people out there are paying too much for their utilities. Help is only a phone call away!

Best of luck to you!

Rick DeVoss

---ULTRA Real Estate Services

817-300-6121

rickdevoss@realtor.com

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1 vote Thank Flag Link Sun Jun 3, 2012
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Donna T
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Feb 6, 2014
Hi. Call Mark McCormick ..loan professional.. ( see below)
and then call me : Cynthia Henry Davis... http://www.parkerdavisrealestate,net

WE will work thru it.


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0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Apr 27, 2013
Bryan,

I can help you; I require you to be 2 years past the foreclosure with no late payments following it. My program requires no down payment, no closing costs, and I do not use FICO scores.

Contact me with questions.

John Lyng
Mortgage Counselor - NMLS 280951
JLyng@naca.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Apr 16, 2013
Dear Bryan,

You have a unique situation. You need some specific guidance. I am qualified to assist you, both in credit counseling, and in the Real Estate arena. Please contact me at your earliest convenience for an appointment. ...Perhaps we could meet this weekend...?

Have you thought about an "owner finance" scenario? I have a house right now that would work for you. And there may be others, as well. We will go in that direction after we sit down and talk about your specific needs.

Best regards,

Rick DeVoss

---ULTRA Real Estate Services

817-300-6121

rickdevoss@realtor.com

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jun 5, 2012
My wife was not on the foreclosure, and the date the title changed hands was in may of 2010. We are aware of the 3 year stipulation. My wife has never bought a home and we do not make enough to buy independently from each other.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jun 4, 2012
You should talk with a lender. Make sure and work with a local lender. Any Realtor that you hire will be able to get you the contact info. from their preferred lender list so you can see who is the right fit for you. If you have any questions or would like to speak please give me a call at 817.726.8678. I invite you to go to our website for more information. http://www.alexanderchandler.com

Lisa Purselley, GRI, Realtor
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jun 4, 2012
I would feel honored to work with you and your family. When was the foreclosure ? What part of 2010? Typically lenders wait 2 years.

Contact my office Monday

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jun 3, 2012
Bryan congratulations on making such a strong credit comeback after a foreclosure, that is awesome. Depending on whether or not your wife was on the mortgage and what her income is she may be able to qualify for a mortgage. If she was on the mortgage, renting is a great option for you right now. With those scores you can secure a great rental home and this could be a great way to
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jun 3, 2012
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