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Yes, our mortgage is FHA in South Carolina. Our credit score used at the time was 576. We had to provide alot of documents, i.e. Bank Statements, Tax records, Letters of settlement, Letters of explanation, Statement of Rental History, Child Support Orders, and Divorce Decrees. We rode that roller-coaster right up until closing.
Our seller also provided the 3% down payment via Nea-Mia and paid the closing cost. They had also made a mistake on their web-site and listed the house for 6,000.00 less than it was suppose to be. They honored their mistake and quickly corrected the website, LOL.
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