There should be no issues with obtaining a mortgage. Just make sure that you do not have your credit checked repeatedly or make any other big purchases on your credit. That could hurt you.
Find out the cost to break your lease. There are ways to get out of it without paying extra out of your pocket or at the very lease a way to even things out so that you do not have to pay that and a mortgage.
If you have any questions feel free to contact me anytime. I'd be happy to help.
Tyler Willis, REALTORÂ®
Keller Williams Realty Intown Atlanta
621 North Ave NE, Suite C-50
Atlanta, GA 30308
Most landlords do not write leases so tenants can break them.
Ricky Rucker, MBA, Realtor
Coldwell Banker Midtown
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My best advice is that you begin looking for a new home on August of 2014. In the meantime, continue repairing your credit and save your money in preparation for your new home purchase.
Fred Yancy, Broker
No lender is going to qualify you without checking your credit. As long as you are in agreement with your landlord, there will be no problem.
You can call or email me for any other help you might need.
FIRST UNITED REALTY
you won't have any issue from the mortgage side other than possibly having to show you cancelled your lease. If so, The lending bank may wish to see you don't owe any debt concerning the lease break. of course depending on your overall qualifications this may not come up at all.
If you have other questions concerning your next home purchase please feel free to call me.
Senior Mortgage Consultant
Cornerstone Mortgage Group
6151 Powers Ferry Road NW
Suite 610 Atlanta GA 30339