Location: Colorado
Submitted 10/01/12 04:20 PM

Q. My wife and I make over 120,000 per year. We pay 2000 a month for our rent and would like to puchase a home. I am self employed and have a poor credit history. Are there any lenders out their who could help us obtain a mortgage?

 

Answer #1
Submitted 10/01/12 04:32 PM
Richard Wilson, Town or Country, in Colorado, we do it all.    (Cherry Creek Properties, LLC): Real Estate Agent in Colorado Springs, CO Richard Wilson, Town or Country, in Colorado, we do it all. (Cherry Creek Properties, LLC)
Real Estate Agent
Colorado Springs, CO

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A.

Possibly!  Give me a call at 719-510-7927 and I might be able to refer you to someone.  Thanks!

Answer #2
Submitted 10/03/12 05:55 AM
Juanita Simkins, Challenger Homes (New Home Star): Real Estate Agent in Colorado Springs, CO Juanita Simkins, Challenger Homes (New Home Star)
Real Estate Agent
Colorado Springs, CO

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A.

I work with several lenders who can help work credit repair & a credit restoration company. Contact me for further information and a free consult.

719-229-5770

Answer #3
Submitted 10/05/12 08:07 PM
Shannon Marie Hedlund (Keller Williams Realty Success, LLC): Real Estate Agent in Parker, CO Shannon Marie Hedlund (Keller Williams Realty Success, LLC)
Real Estate Agent
Parker, CO

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A.

Please contact me for further information regarding your lending/credit repair needs. 

720-298-0911

www.shannonhedlund.com

Answer #4
Submitted 10/09/12 02:31 PM
Pam Gordon, Your Colorado Springs Realtor! (Synergy Realty Group, Inc): Real Estate Agent in Colorado Springs, CO Pam Gordon, Your Colorado Springs Realtor! (Synergy Realty Group, Inc)
Real Estate Agent
Colorado Springs, CO

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A.

Owner Carry Might also be a good option.

Let me know if I can be of assistance.

Thanks,

Pam Gordon, ABR

719-433-6297

Realtor_Pam@outlook.com

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