Is it true that shopping for a San Diego Mortgage can damage your credit?
- What is a San Diego home purchase loan?
- How long does it take to obtain a Home Purchase Loan?
- If I am self-employed and my tax returns show low income after deductions, can I still qualify for a home purchase loan or refinance?
- If I have poor credit, or my credit is good but my co-borrower has poor credit, can I still qualify for financing?
- If I am unemployed or retired, can I still qualify for a San Diego Home Loan?
- If I just purchased my home, how long do I need to wait to refinance?
- Is it true that every time you refinance you add years on your mortgage…how can I pay my home off faster?
- If I want to buy a house, but the money for the downpayment or closing costs would be coming from a relative, can I still qualify for a loan by myself?
- I am interested in a San Diego Home Purchase Loan…how does the San Diego Home Purchase process work?
Since your credit score is one of the main factors looked at by San Diego lenders when determining if a borrower qualifies for a San Diego Home purchase loan or refinance, it is important to be conscious of your credit scores. A large number of inquiries on your credit report could potentially drop your credit score. In order to qualify for a San Diego Home purchase loan or San Diego Home refinance loan, however, it is necessary for the lender to review your credit. The best way to avoid damage by having multiple inquiries on your credit report is to obtain a copy of your credit report from a San Diego Home Loan specialist, and provide a copy to other San Diego lenders when shopping specifically asking for them to not place another inquiry on your credit report. To find out more information on how to avoid damage to your credit score when shopping for a San Diego Home purchase loan or San Diego Home Refinance loan fill out the form to be contacted by a SanDiegoHomeLoans.Org professional.