I'm confident that you must find every financial clarification at= loanhome.info- RE Credit Score of 725, should I be able to qualify for the lowest mortgage rates? #EANF#
by ? - 14 hours ago
Almost sure that you might find every financial solution at= lendcenter.info- RE Credit Score of 725, should I be able to qualify for the lowest mortgage rates? #EANF#
by Stoddard - 14 hours ago
Your credit is considered excellent these days. You are definitely qualified for an interest-only loan (the type of loan that the entire payment is tax deductible). Where are you looking to locate? I may be able to help you. Send me an email@example.com---. Remember to include your corresponding email address. I think I can really help you.
by Michael G - 14 hours ago
understand your credit history. you can have a credit score of 725 but you may only have the borrowing power of someone how works part time at McD's. 725 is great score, but 725 with 3 credit cards and an average payout of 500 to 725 dollars of month and you got every bank in the country looking to give you everything they can possibly offer including their first born
by August P - 14 hours ago
You won't qualify for the "lowest," but you will come very close. Other issues in qualifying are property type, savings, stability, and ratios (both income as well as LTV -- loan to value). Assuming that all of these are ideal, then you'll be within .125% of the best available rates. Lenders now-a-days offer incentives to borrowers by discounting rates/costs for those with credit risk scores over 750. This translates to .5% reduction in closing costs (e.g. on a $100,000 loan amount this is $500). No matter what, however, you'll find someone who will approve you. Try IndyMac Bank; they have the best available rates and costs.
by ucla987 - 14 hours ago
Excellent credit rating! You should have no problem getting credit. You should also take into consideration your current bills. Can you afford to make a mortgage payment and your bills, as you probably know, you should see if you are able to make your bills (i.e. rent, utilities, etc)....don't cut yourself short.
by S.F. Girl - 14 hours ago
Yes, if you also have had a good job for a couple of years.
by Janet P - 14 hours ago
That's a pretty good score. I don't know about getting the very lowest mortgage rates, but you should certainly get good deals.
by Uncle Pennybags - 14 hours ago
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