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A Curious User
a year ago
Can I be preapproved for an fha loan while my bank account history has a few nsf's , even after they were paid in a timely manner and in full.
Can I be preapproved for an fha loan while my bank account history has a few nsf's , even after they were paid in a timely manner and in full.
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TAmmy Edgerson
a year ago
I was just denied for an FHA and was advised that the LOWEST of the 3 credit scores reports are what is used to obtain approval for an FHA? and that my LOWEST score must be atleast a 640 is this true?
I was just denied for an FHA and was advised that the LOWEST of the 3 credit scores reports are what is used to obtain approval for an FHA? and that my LOWEST score must be atleast a 640 is this true?
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Dwight Wallace
a year ago
I live in Michigan. I understand with a USDA Rural Loan that you cannot use the property for income. I have not been able to find this info in regards to my FHA approval and loan. Are there any restrictions with the FHA loan, such as cutting the timber for profit?
I live in Michigan. I understand with a USDA Rural Loan that you cannot use the property for income. I have not been able to find this info in regards to my FHA approval and loan. Are there any restrictions with the FHA loan, such as cutting the... (more)
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A Curious User
a year ago
I have a state of Ohio personal income tax lien which is too much to pay off. They are garnishing my wages to satisfy the debt. I thought we could pay it off with the proceeds from the refinance, but now I am not sure. This could screw up our loan approval.
I have a state of Ohio personal income tax lien which is too much to pay off. They are garnishing my wages to satisfy the debt. I thought we could pay it off with the proceeds from the refinance, but now I am not sure. This could screw up our loan... (more)
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