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Anybody in real estate?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1212477:MV8yMDY3OTQ5XzM0Nzk1OTc3X0VBRDM4RjI4] [quote:WalkerTalker2:MV8yMDY3OTQ5XzM0Nzk1ODk4X0U1MkRENTAw] there is a lot of good advice here---lots of options for a guy with that much cash [/quote] That's actually not very much cash. He needs to be extremely careful. Giving it to a bank to secure some loan may not be the greatest idea in the world. [/quote]
I officially now have $30,000 saved up to buy a new home howeber I have very little credit. I only have one Visa card that I've had about 2 years. I get many offers in the mail just havn't followed up on getting a second one yet.
But If I'm looking for homes priced around $60,000 to $80,000 and put up around $20 to $25,000 for a downpayment (including closing costs) does my credit score really matter? My goal would be to have my morgage around $350 a month or cheaper. I take home after taxes about $1,400 a month.
First time home buyer so any help GLP can offer I would greatly appreciate it.
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