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Did you have a loan? Then your lender is involved in finding out how big your property is.
Did you order a new survey? I would suggest that you be in touch with your lender and the title company that you closed your transaction with. I wouldn't rely on information on Zillow. It's a marketing company and it's not necessarily accurate. You can go to the county website for info.
Best to talk to a lender or two about your situation. You'll probably be able to get a loan but not the best rate.
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The minimum would be a 580 score with 3.5% down for an FHA loan. The higher your credit score the better your interest rate and debt to income ratio. There are some lenders that can do as low as 1% down but you need a 680 score. I would be glad to discuss in further detail.... more
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