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A Curious User
a year ago
4 years ago we purchased a property via land contract. During that time we blew our credit rating moving locations and starting over with our business. For this reason we can barely buy a car at decent interest rates despite good monthly income. We have paid our land contract payment every month without fail and wish to get a "proper" mortgage but we are afraid that one look at our credit scores will devastate those chances. Is there anyone out there who will grant us a mortgage with (around) prime interest rate?
4 years ago we purchased a property via land contract. During that time we blew our credit rating moving locations and starting over with our business. For this reason we can barely buy a car at decent interest rates despite good monthly income. ... (more)
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My house in Houston, Texas recently flooded and we are in what was declared a FEMA disaster area. I received a letter from the City of Houston stating that my house was considered substantially damaged. Since we're located inside the 100 year flood plain we can't get a building permit without either jacking up the house or rebuilding 12 inches above the base flood elevation. We have a very low interest rate on our 15 year mortgage and would like to keep that in place.
My house in Houston, Texas recently flooded and we are in what was declared a FEMA disaster area. I received a letter from the City of Houston stating that my house was considered substantially damaged. Since we're located inside the 100 year... (more)
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A Curious User
2 years ago
I’m trying to buy a home for the first time and haven’t paid much attention to my credit score. I heard that it might affect my eligibility or the loan rate.
I’m trying to buy a home for the first time and haven’t paid much attention to my credit score. I heard that it might affect my eligibility or the loan rate.
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