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Would I qualify for a mortgage?

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Credit.  Scores TU627, EQ634, EX605 – No plans to app until 04/13, when most recent late hits 1 yr mark.  Plan in meantime is to pay down debt (approx 62% util) to increase scores, as well as have some derogs removed.

 

Positives-Never Lates
Type / Opened / Bal / Limit / Util

CC - 06/2008 - $2689 / $3000 / 89%

CC - 10/2008 - $620 / $809/ 76%

CC - 06/2009 - $10 / $320 / 1%

CC - 11/2010 - $6 / $300 / 2%

CC - 05/2012 - $0 / $300 / 0%

CC - 09/2012 - $0 / $500 / 0%

CC - 09/2012 - $0 / $200 / 0%

Loan - 05/2012 - $2936 / $3103 / 94%

Loan - 06/2008 - $6k - closed/never late/pd in full

CC - 10/2008 - $0 closed/never late/pd in full

CC - 06/2008 - $0 closed/never late/pd in full

CC - 10/2008- $0 closed/never late/pd in full

Loan - 05/2003 - $1k - closed/never late/pd in full

 

Negatives

  

Late Payments

Santander Auto Loan – Opened 04/2010 Bal $13780 – Five (5) 30 day lates in 2 yrs, 03/12, 11/11, 10/11, 9/11, 6/11.  Reporting Current/Paying as agreed now.

 

KDs

Paid Collection –$300 – Date added 09/11 - PFD accepted/removed est 10/18/12

Paid Collection – $300 – Date added 02/11 - PFD accepted to be removed 10/18/12

Unpaid Collection – Utilities- $331 Send PFD. Date added 02/11

Unpaid Collection – Medical $312 – Date added 09/10

Unpaid Collection – Utilities $195 – Send pfd – Date added 08/10

Unpaid Collection – Medical $260 – Send PFD Date added 04/07

Paid Chargeoff - $0 – DOFD 12/06

Unpaid Chargeoff - $0 - DOFD 01/06

 

 

  1. Income.  Currently Approx $67k
  2. Source of income.  Employment/Hourly + Court ordered child support, will get for 2 more years.
  3. Monthly debt payments.  Currently is $580 (Goal is $500 at app time)
  4. Employment W-2, Full time, currrently employed 3 years.
  5. Assets/Reserves.  Savings/IRA $12k
  6. Location.  California, Alameda County.
  7. Property.  Single family house/Good condition
  8. Value.  $225k-$275k.
  9. Occupancy.  Primary residence
  10. Transaction Type.  Purchase/Most likely FHA or FHA 203K
2014 Starting-618, current TU621 (TU 10/20) / Ending Goal score: 720 / 30 Positive TLs / 1 Negative: Unpaid $312 med CA placed 2010 / reported Install Bal/Lim: 25027/36512 | reported Revolving Bal/Lim: 11169/27232=41%util

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Re: Would I qualify for a mortgage?

I'm not an expert, but just from my experience that recent late payment is most likely going to be automatic denial for FHA loan.  In my opinion I would take the next 6 months to pay down the balances on your credit cards, this would give you a score bump.  Hopefully the collections will accept your PFD =)  I started 2 years ago with a 580 score, 16 collections, 90% utilization on my credit cards.  I'm now at 3% utilization, 2 paid collections that won't budge with goodwills, and a 712 score.  I say work at it for 6 months and you will be in a much better position for approval!  Good luck =)

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Re: Would I qualify for a mortgage?

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I did say that I wasn't planning on app'ing until my most recent late hit the 1 yr mark, which is an FHA requirement.. :smileyhappy:

 

And your story is exactly where I expect to be this time next year as well! 

2014 Starting-618, current TU621 (TU 10/20) / Ending Goal score: 720 / 30 Positive TLs / 1 Negative: Unpaid $312 med CA placed 2010 / reported Install Bal/Lim: 25027/36512 | reported Revolving Bal/Lim: 11169/27232=41%util

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Re: Would I qualify for a mortgage?

On a side note, my dad lives in Alameda County. Love it there!

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Re: Would I qualify for a mortgage?


jdirilo wrote:

On a side note, my dad lives in Alameda County. Love it there!


Me too. :smileyhappy:

2014 Starting-618, current TU621 (TU 10/20) / Ending Goal score: 720 / 30 Positive TLs / 1 Negative: Unpaid $312 med CA placed 2010 / reported Install Bal/Lim: 25027/36512 | reported Revolving Bal/Lim: 11169/27232=41%util

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Re: Would I qualify for a mortgage?

Anybody with any experience in this area have an input? I sure could use it!
2014 Starting-618, current TU621 (TU 10/20) / Ending Goal score: 720 / 30 Positive TLs / 1 Negative: Unpaid $312 med CA placed 2010 / reported Install Bal/Lim: 25027/36512 | reported Revolving Bal/Lim: 11169/27232=41%util

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Re: Would I qualify for a mortgage?

*any input, I meant.
2014 Starting-618, current TU621 (TU 10/20) / Ending Goal score: 720 / 30 Positive TLs / 1 Negative: Unpaid $312 med CA placed 2010 / reported Install Bal/Lim: 25027/36512 | reported Revolving Bal/Lim: 11169/27232=41%util

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Re: Would I qualify for a mortgage?

I think you would have to be prepared to write LOE for your lates and collections. You have quite a few and your underwriter will definitely have questions about those.

 

The price of the house you are looking for also appears to be a little high for your income.

 

Your plan for paying down your debt and waiting until your lates are older sounds great. Good luck!

BK in 2008, after making very stupid financial decisions.

Barclay's Apple Financing Card ($6400) --- Capital One Quicksilver ($10,000)---GEMB CareCredit ($5700) --- AUFCU ($10000)--- Walmart ($5000)

FICO Scores: TU 735 EQ 709 EX 740 (Feb 2013, all pulled by lender)

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Re: Would I qualify for a mortgage?

Thanks Aussie!

2014 Starting-618, current TU621 (TU 10/20) / Ending Goal score: 720 / 30 Positive TLs / 1 Negative: Unpaid $312 med CA placed 2010 / reported Install Bal/Lim: 25027/36512 | reported Revolving Bal/Lim: 11169/27232=41%util

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Re: Would I qualify for a mortgage?

i dont know anything about taxes/insurance there.... so i cannot comment on det ratios.

 

but when the lates are 1yr old, you will be fine.

 

i would wnt a good letter explaining(loe) the past derogatories.

letter format:

1. what happened?

2. how did you deal with it?

3. what steps have you taken to assure it doesnt happen again.

 

the loe will want to match the credit report.

 

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