- July 6, 2008 at 6:55 am #259541
Um… not so much true.
It's called manual underwriting and they don't look at your “I love debt” score. They look at you as a real human being – show them your 20% down payment, your 6-12 months of life expenses in the bank, and your squeaky clean rent history (receipts, checks, letter from landlord about how you have paid on time or early ALWAYS.)
On Mon, Jul 7, 2008 at 4:16 AM, Tony Shafer <email@example.com> wrote:
you'll need a credit history to buy a house sometime in the future…
you'll need 24 months of good credit history with at least $2000 or $3000 of debt that you have paid off or are currently managing…ie..a car, motorcyle, credit cards, or store revolving charge cards…
there are a few ways to secure those credit lines without burying yourself…
Matthew 22:37 – Love the Lord your God with all
John 13:34 – Love one another
Matthew 28:19 – Go and make disciples
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