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A few minutes ago
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Ask a local licensed lender for recommendations. Do not use opinions from non lenders who promote websites that are not legitimate.
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Yesterday at 9:21pm
Pjryan2004 answered:
Select Us is local and specializes in home buyers. They're reviews are excellent.
www.selectusllc.com
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Yesterday at 9:16pm
Pjryan2004 answered:
Check out Select Us. They specialize in people looking to buy homes.
www.selectusllc.com
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Yesterday at 8:57pm
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Yesterday at 4:23pm
John M answered:
Really depends on your renter, credit score being above 620 and income.

I was in the same position last year and a good friend of mine recommended credit restoration (which I wasn't so enthusiastic about) however I took a leap of desperation and signed up with Pyramid Credit Repair.

They really helped give me a sense of security and we got approved with our landlord
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Tue May 23, 2017
Larry Gordon answered:
Yes I think they should get a loan expecially if there trying to get credit streat.
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Tue May 23, 2017
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Mon May 22, 2017
Warricks1 asked:
I am self employed a year and 3 months, with my tax return and 1099, my husband makes over 1000 a week, gross income. Our scores are around 580. We need help finding a loan and pre-approval…
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Fri May 19, 2017
Kdgibbons0 asked:
My husband and I don't have the best of credit scores. I have been contacting lenders that say they approve down to 580 and 550, but none of them truly do. They review my profile and…
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Fri May 19, 2017
Katejurman794 asked:
I do have some good established credit in my name, and I'm a nurse trying to get back to work. So I have alot going in my favor. But our home (which he owned before our marriage) is in foreclosure.…
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Thu May 18, 2017
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Tue May 16, 2017
Mrpdj.backup answered:
Unfortunately, I many not be able to recommend any credit repair companies but I can recommend a company that shows you how to repair your credit yourself. I've used companies like Lexington Law to clear up my credit but was completely disappointed because they did not remove a single item within the 2 months I subscribed to their services for $120/mth. However, I removed 17 items from my credit report with one single stroke and within 30 days all on my own. Try visiting www.comprehensivecredit.net to learn more about their DIY program. It's only $12.95 and contains everything you need to do it yourself. Very simple instructions and easy-to-read content.

www.comprehensivecredit.net

Best of Luck!
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Tue May 16, 2017
Jesu49 answered:
I would let it go up. It goes up quarterly. The higher the better, plus you will have you debt reduced in that time. Win-win
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Fri May 12, 2017
Rabkat11 asked:
Checked my credit report as we are selling our house and looking for new one and noticed my current mortgage is still showing closed with no payments
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Wed May 10, 2017
Jena Beaver answered:
Meghan, what do you consider "not good" credit? The average score is in the upper 600s, so you might be surprised by what banks are willing to work with. Regardless, the first step is to meet with a lender and see if they are willing to work with you. If not, they can help you establish a plan to get your credit (or your fiance's) where it needs to be to get a loan in the future. ... more
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