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Funding Options For Limited Credit Tulsa OK Homebuyers
We all know credit plays a large role in determining how much and what kind of home loan you can qualify for. But what do you do if you have little to no credit? People with what the industry terms Limited Credit can still buy a home in the Tulsa, OK area, it just takes a bit of creativity and the right lending partner.
Limited credit refers to people who, for whatever reason, just don’t have much credit history. Often this applies to high school graduates and college students, but it can also apply to the financially prudent person who pays cash for everything. While this can save you money, (no interest fees to pay), it can make it harder to get a mortgage.
When lenders look at an applicant’s financial records, they need something to show payment history which reflects on how responsible a person is regarding their finances. Credit scores are a key way this history is provided for many lenders. Without credit cards, car loans or previous mortgages you may not have enough of a history for a lender to feel comfortable taking on the risk of lending you money.
Companies such as TTCU can work with Limited Credit homebuyers. There can be other solutions which can help you get the loan you need for a home. Examples include using an alternative line of credit, such as rental history and utility bills, to show how well you pay your bills.
If you have limited credit and want to buy a home in Green Country, visit www.ttcu.com to learn about the different options available for home mortgage loans. For real estate questions, contact The Baskin Real Estate Specialists of eXp Realty at 918-732-9732 ordarrylbaskin.com
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