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I'd be honored to assist you. Consider attending the Buyer's Seminar - it is a great place to begin!
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As mentioned below, it really depends on how bad you think your credit is and what might be the items on your credit report bringing down your credit. Have you seen a copy of your credit report from on line or from a mortgage banker? Speaking with a mortgage banker will give you your best case scenario if you want to purchase a house and take advantage of the $8,000 buyers credit. My preferred lender is Wells Fargo, and his name is Paul Strum - 917-238-5917 (NY cell number but he works in Somerville). Reach out to him and he can help you understand what issues you may have and if there are any options.
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As Yelena stated, you really need to speak with a mortgage banker or broker to give you a real answer to that. You state you have "bad" credit, but it's really going to depend on how low the score is. I am seeing that people in their low 600's are still getting mortgages, and FHA is financing with as little as 3.5% down. If you need a recommendation, send me an email and I can reply with some names and numbers.
You may want to consider working with a credit counselor or trying to work out some of those bad items yourself before you take on a huge responsibility of a mortgage.
Good luck with your potential search!
Lisa Tempesta, Broker-Salesperson
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How bad is bad?? Seriously. Some people with credit problems can get a mortgage, but can't tell you without more details. Email me and we can review whether or not you are eligible. I do this every day and can tell you what you need to know in a few minutes.
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I am not a mortgage professional, but if you have a low credit score you will have problems in financing for home purchasing. Large sum of down payment may help, but I am not sure. You should consult a loan consultant first.
Oh, good luck.
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