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Annie Winston, Other/Just Looking in Fort Worth, TX

WHAT IF YOU HAVE LESS THAN PERFECT CREDIT SCORES? IS THERE A WAY TO GET HELP?

Asked by Annie Winston, Fort Worth, TX Fri Jan 2, 2009

THE ECONOMY IS SO OUT OF CONTROL, JUST WONDERING IF THERE IS RELIEF FOR THOSE SEEKING TO RELOCATE AND START NEW.

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I can put you in touch with someone who can help you improve your credit. Call or e-mail me.

Lori Chasse
Ken Meade Realty
15210 N 99th Ave
Sun City, AZ 85351-1960
623.680.1474
Web Reference: http://www.lorichasse.com
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Hi Annie,

Help is always available for those who ask. I commend you on your desire to re-establish your credit and start new.

As others have stated earlier, there are different ways of correcting your credit.

There are companies available that will assist you for a fee and that may vary depending on ow long it takes to get your credit cleaned up and so on and there are others who will provide a service to assist you who don't charge a fee, but it's up to you to follow up wit the details.

The problem you will likely have is that you have a life. The time and energy it takes to correct these kind of credit issues is sometimes so overwhelming that you get lost in the mix.

What I would advise is that you find a decent company with reasonable fees that will work with you.

I do have a contact that I use who does that in the event you are not able to find one suitable for your needs.

Good luck to you and remember that if you need further help I would be happy to assist.

Kindly,


Stew Keene
Ph (480) 220-7491
Fax (866) 711-8573
StewKeene@yahoo.com
Keller Williams - Scottsdale, AZ
2008-2009 Master of Real Estate award recipient
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Annie,

There are many progams for first time buyers! If your in the looking in the Phoenix metro area feel free to contact me!

I have some great references for lenders.

Feel free to contact me anytime!

Lucinda Tkach
Windermere Central LLC
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HI Annie,

If you have stable employment and little debts, many first time buyer home loans are not credit score driven. So, there is help. Also, Phoenix will be part of the $700Billion bailout and will be receiving about $39.6Million of it. They will use the money to help buyers with buying homes in areas where there a a lot of foreclosures.

So, yes, there is help available.

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PAUL WELDEN
Buyer's Agent REALTOR
HomeSmart
480.241.0081
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