Are some of the credit restrictions being removed to allow for "not so perfect" credit home buyers?

Asked by Smithfamilyx4, Oakley, CA Tue Apr 21, 2009

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Erica Starkey, Agent, Danville, CA
Tue Apr 21, 2009
Hi,
As a Realtor I work with a number of great mortgage guys. I you would like a third party opinion I would be happy to send along thier names.
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Erica

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Steven Ornel…, Agent, Fremont, CA
Tue Apr 21, 2009
Hi Smithfamilyx4,

Right now the "Magic Number" is a mid-score of 620 or higher. If you are interested in knowing your score without actually having your credit pulled please contact me directly. Based on the results, I can advise you on how to improve your credit immediately. This is a free service I provide.

An FHA loan will be the most accommodating for "not so perfect" credit, and there are many more benefis as well.

Best, Steve

MBA, GRI, ABR, e-PRO, CMPS, RE Masters
REALTOR® / Mortgage Banker-Broker / Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist
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Tue Apr 21, 2009
Hi Smith family...

I'm sure as anyone would ask first, what to you means "not so perfect".

I would be happy to guide you. If not able to buy now I would be happy to offer free of charge a consultation to get you and your family to where you need to be.

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