Mortgage Loan Guidelines: How Mortgage Lenders Rate Your Credit Scores


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General Guideline of How Lenders Rate Credit Scores





720-higher A





Take your choice of loans at the lowest cost, including risk-based loans such as stated Income and Interest Only. Be aware that stated Income and Interest Only loans are more difficult now even with scores over 720.


620-719 A-





You qualify for conforming, conventional loans. You’ll pay slightly more for risk based loans.


600-619 B





You may take a FHA/VA loan or even a low-downpayment loan with desktop underwriting. FHA/VA now require a middle score of 620 or higher.


575-599 C





You can qualify for a sub-prime loan, but your interest rate will be significantly higher. Expect a prepayment penalty.





500-559 D





Most lenders will deny your loan: but there are a few “hard money” sub-prime lenders who will approve a loan if you have sufficient down payment. Mortgage brokers have access to these wholesale lenders.


Only the rare sub-prime lender will approve a loan for someone with a score below 500, and a large down payment will be required---usually 25 to 50 percent. Other conditions will apply as well.





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If your home is foreclosed--5 year moratorium on purchase of another house with most lenders

After Bankruptcy Discharge (Chapter 13) you can apply for a loan if middle score is 620 or more.

Chapter 7 with no foreclosure FHA loan available after 3 years.

Judgments on your credit report. Judgments must be paid.

Judgments not paid will stop the progress of your score going up.

 


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