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Thu Jan 30, 2014
TC answered:
Of course! Let me set you up with a lender. It will be at no cost to you! He will give you the exact amount you are qualified to purchase. Call me at (702) 582-9750 or e-mail me at Tracy@NeighborhoodRealtyVegas.com.
I look forward to helping you with any of your real estate needs now or in the future.
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Wed Jan 20, 2016
Nadia Gross answered:
It is very possible. FHA requires a minimum of 620 credit score. And there is a new program from wellsfargo that is supposed to allow a minimum of 575 credit score. Call me in the morning and I can help you further with
Getting prequalified.
Nadia Gross
Realtor, Realty One Group
B.S. Marketing with 20 years of business and marketing experience
702-427-8221
Www. Nadiashomes.com
Ndg7@me.com
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Wed Nov 25, 2015
David Cooper answered:
It sounds you are deliquent on those 2 credit card loans. Looking bad is NOT the least of your problems, getting a loan will be a challange. With $8000 a month income, pay off those loans.


David Cooper Las Vegas Real Estate Foreclosure Houses
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Thu Oct 7, 2010
Leo Vekslin answered:
Hi Gregory,

Please be more specific describing what you would like to know, and I'd be happy to help you and your clients. I have a mortgage license and many years of experience.. All conventional and FHA loan programs are FICO driven nowadays.

Leonid Vekslin
702-538-6253
leovek@aol.com
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Fri Jan 3, 2014
Jeff York answered:
Check with a highly rated Wells Fargo office. Most lenders are restricted to a minimum 620 credit score, Wells can go to 600. Some lenders will tell you they can do a 580, at least they do here, but when you check the terms I could not recommend that my buyer go that route. Stay away from debt and see if the lender will help with credit repair suggestions, that will raise your score and maybe quick enough to take advantage of the current low interest rates. ... more
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Sat Dec 28, 2013
Dp2 answered:
Yes. Different loan programs are available, and seller financing is also an option.
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Thu Oct 7, 2010
Heather Peck answered:
If you're spouse is not on the deed or mortgage, it shouldn't affect their credit. However, if you are co-mingled on other loans or credit cards, it may come up. Let me check with my lender partner and get back to you to confirm. Give me a call or email me direct.

Heather Peck
Rosen & Company West
702-595-7380
LasVegasExpert@yahoo.com
www.HeatherSellsVegas.com
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Fri Aug 7, 2015
Jolie Lindholm answered:
Hello!

Actually, everyone is now entitled to one free annual report from all three credit bureaus:

www.annualcreditreport.com

Select your state from the pull down menu and go from there! This is not like "freecreditreport.com" but is an actual free service that became available to every state a few years ago.

Good luck,

Jolie Lindholm
Red Reef Realty Inc.
www.redreefrealty.com
http://jolielindholm1.point2agent.com
561.756.2363 (cell)
AIM: Redipad2
SKYPE: Jolie.Lindholm
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