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So you’ve determined that you’re ready to buy a home, now you need to understand how lenders will determine if you are credit worthy.
At least six months to a year of planning to get a mortgage you should have pulled your credit scores allowing you to review for any issues. Credit scores come in many different score versions however lenders will determine your credit worthiness based on FICO® scores. FICO® scores are how lenders will determine the riskiness of your credit and your mortgage interest rate. A few points could be the difference of a few hundred dollars on your monthly mortgage payment.
During your initial Credit Restoration Home Buyer / Buyer Consultation the first thing I will obtain is your FICO® scores and reports. This will allow time to correct reporting errors and to clean up your ratings if they are in the dumps. Your credit rating may be the single most important piece of financial information you have to obtain a mortgage at the best interest rate.
I typically advise my clients it can take up to 90 days to get erroneous — and costly — information off your report, although I usually have a quicker outcome it’s best to plan for disappointment and be surprised with satisfaction.
Inside your credit report will be a detail of the following: ✔Credit history. This includes account information detail, such as your payment history, and specifically information about accounts that may have been sent to debt collection agencies. It also includes the number of accounts you have and the type of each, and if you are in good standing with each. ✔Who is examining your credit. Any inquiries by lenders or others about your credit is recorded as well. ✔Any judgments against you, such as bankruptcy. ✔Personal information about you, such as your addresses (current and past), Social Security number and your previous employers. ✔A section for comments by you, in the event you have disputed the report specifics in the past.
Although my in house lenders can qualify buyers with a 580, lenders typically require a 640 FICO® score and usually refer to the middle score. Nonetheless, the higher your credit scores, the better the interest rates and savin
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