cAN i BUY A HOME WITH 560 FICO SCORE AND BAD CREDIT?
I suggest you take your time and focus on getting your credit better. If you should get financing you will have high interest, a possible loan that is adjusted..which means you will start out with a low interest rate and after 2 years or so the interest will increase about 2-3% more and then it will go up again and soon you will find yourself unable to pay your mortage because you could not afford it to begin with. Dont let these lenders force or persuade a loan on you with an adjusted rate or a high rate. Their goal is to make a sell and make money. YOur goal is to own a home that you can afford. Remember when you buy and your home is foreclosed on because you cant make the payment, the lender still gets there money and you will be left with even worse credit with a foreclosure on your credit. Once you get a foreclosure it will be hard to own a home and possibly make it hard to get an apartment. PLEASE, do your homework.
by ALMARHOW - 18 hours ago
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by jester c - 18 hours ago
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