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Home Buying in 03062 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Oct 9, 2017
Pabear207 answered:
You would think that Banks add up all three credit scores and look at the average.
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Mon May 26, 2014
George Rauh answered:
There is more stuff than you an shake a forest at! Besides the 203k, and first time buyers stuff. There are all kinds of government grants and programs if you want to go search them all out yourself.

Right now, if you have had a bankruptcy, instead of waiting seven years out it is two years. If you use to have to have a 680 plus credit score, now you can get away with a 585! You will need more down, but, beats renting...

I don't know if I can put a plug in, but, with over 18 different banks, this place called the Mortgage Specilist is prop one of your better places.
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Tue Feb 5, 2013
Katie Brown Realtor answered:
Hello,

I am a realtor in the area and work with some great Mortgage reps that I'm sure can point you in the right direction. I would also be happy to help answer any additional questions.

Feel free to contact me at 603-682-0905.

Have a nice day-
Katie Brown
Sue Padden Real Estate LLC
katie@suepadden.com
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