05-22-2007 02:24 PM
05-22-2007 02:27 PM
Your FICO is good.. however, the recent job change could be an issue with many lendors.
knight67 wrote:My FICO is 717...I paid off the majority of my CC's. I have approx. 1500.00 on one now and 138.00 on one and 600.00 on another-this is my total debt as I was able to pay off my 04' vehicle which I plan on keeping another 5 years at least. I have 10,000.00 in a high interest CD. Only thing is, I am getting ready to start a new job. How long would I need on job to consider a home loan??? Also, should I try and raise my FICO higher? As soon as I start receiving a regular paycheck again, I plan on paying off the 1500.00 credit line. Any suggestions appreciated!Thanks!
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