The answer is probably yes - but you may pay a higher interest rate and possibly need to jump through more hoops. Your best bet is to check with a mortgage person in a bank, credit union, or mortgage company and ask questions. You should get more than one opinion, but don't have more than 3 credit reports run - preferably two! I have several good people I have worked with and have no affiliation with that I can recommend to you, as well as some important questions to ask. Feel free to email me at Homesfromtoni@yahoo.com.
Exit Home Realty
Fairless Hills, PA 19030
I do believe that banks are looking for high credit scores these days but that's not to say that there isn't a program out there for you. If you have money saved for your down payment and closing costs, you will be ahead of the game. Go to the source and discuss the new rules. Everyone is going to suggest you go to their mortgage consultant however you can ask a friend for a referral or contact your local bank. If you do need a reputable mortgage consultant, feel free to ask me and I will be happy to put you in touch with someone. I do not receive any type of fee for referring you.
Feel free to e-mail me if you would like me to answer anymore questions. firstname.lastname@example.org
(215) 669-0589 Direct
(215) 358-1100 Office (ask for Renee)
Please allow a Mortgage Professional to evaluate your finantial cituation and let you know what you may qualify for. If you want i have several Good Brokers i work with that i can recommend.
After you get qualified I can help you find a home.
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