Is there any company that will work with poor credit to own a home in Delaware??

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answer by Ronald Starr    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Non Prime loans are perfect for these types of loans.
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answer by Maria Olivera    |   Contact Me
Hi Lynette. We worked with a great credit lender that guides you to a game plan to increase your credit score. Please give us a call:)
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answer by Riggin Group Real Estate    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Good news is that if you have "poor credit", it is likely that you won't be able to get a mortgage. However, there are mortgage programs that allow Credit Scores as low as 600. However, if you are much lower than that score, it is a very good idea to contact the "Credit Score Improvement Expert" so that you can Up Your Credit. Don't hesitate to give us a call as we'll be happy to put you in the right direction.
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answer by Phoebe Turner    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
There are mortgage brokers who will help you to repair your credit and thus speed up the process so that your credit rating goes up. When your rating gets better then you can qualify for a mortgage.
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answer by Anthony C Williams    |   Contact Me
If you go to your state's website, there are usually places that offer credit counseling services and will help you with your credit so that you can purchase a home at some point. It may take sometime depending on your credit, but these companies will help you. Also, a local realtor can refer you to someone who can assist you with credit counseling. I would caution you about companies that asks you to pay fees. There are agencies in every state that can refer you to credit counseling free of charge. Best of luck to you. I hope this information helps you.
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