12-16-2013 02:56 PM
I am currently in the process going through with a USDA Loan. I was pre approved for an FHA, but now that it's about to go to underwriting they found I I had to take care of a major collection.
After taking care of it and succesfully having the TL deleted, my mid score bumped to 680. I used down payment money to take care of the collection, so now I'm eligible for a USDA loan. Now we are switching gears and going that route.
I am about to go through the GUS process. My question is, will it get kicked back because I still have two collections and I also have two disputes. My DTI is almost 0%.
From what I have read from the USDA underwriting process, if your score is above 620, collections do not have to be taken care of. Is this true?
Will the disputes hurt the process?
12-16-2013 03:12 PM
lender likely will want disputes removed
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