can i get any typr of financing with scores between 509-565 $37,000 income, $5,000 down on a $135,00 home in orlando or kissimmee?

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answer by Cassie Watson    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
I know it is frustrating. I'm sure you want to own a place of your own and see that buying would be so much cheaper than renting. It is frustrating. Just keep trying. You are almost there. Get with a lender, see what it is on your credit that is holding you back. Get a secured cedit card and make sure to pay that thing every single month, but not off. It has to maintain a small balance. Put that downpayment money up in a CD or other savings form that you can't touch it. Do this and in a year things will be looking so different. Just don't give up.
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answer by Steve Korpacz    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
you can get FHA financing with 3 1/2% down with a 580 FICO score great question Thanks Steven Korpacz
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If I choose to purchase a piece of land to build a home later are there any banks who will finance with 0 down?
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answer by Monique Johnson    |   Contact Me
Ms. Campbell, the real issue with real estate financing isn't getting a loan, anyone willing to pay lofty interest rates find a loan. The idea is to get a loan that's right for -- with the lowest cost and best terms. As Mr. Press suggests consult a lending professional or housing counselor to get a better picture of what you qualify for.
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answer by Karlton Press    |   Contact Me
WIth $5,000 as a down payment, you aren't quite to 5% ($6,750). You might be able to make it work, but things are really quite tight. I recommend contacting a Direct Lender and having them pre-approve you for a mortgage. Being pre-approved is much better than simply being pre-qualified. With pre-approval the lender will pull credit and verify employment etc. This essentially saves everyone time by ensuring you will end up being able to close on the home. It is as close to a "sure thing" you can get to without making a cash offer. Call a lender now so you will know where you stand. If there are qualification issues, a good lender can help you with ideas of what to do to better position yourself at a later date.
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