Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Shopping for a home with bad credit and what you should do

Buying a home with bad credit

Have you been considering buying a new home but are concerned about your credit score?

Home-buying can be stressful, and many people label it confusing, especially those with less-than-ideal credit scores. Most lenders look for buyers with a credit score of 620 or higher, but with research, buyers can find lenders who will consider credit scores around 580. ​

Select (from CNBC and NBC News) put together a list of lenders who work with applicants who have credit scores below the average threshold. Read the complete evaluation here.

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Continued Mortgage Trends

Continued Mortgage Trends

The Federal Reserve has decided to raise its key interest rate by 3/4 of a percentage. Now buyers are wondering what this will mean for mortgage rates. “We are seeing rates move up pretty briskly, and a lot of that has to do with forward-looking expectations with where things are headed,” said Len Kiefer, deputy chief economist at Freddie Mac.

Mortgage rates have already risen two percentage points since the beginning of 2022. Although they have remained consistent in the last few months, Freddie Mac estimates rates will be on the rise again, reaching as high as 6 percent.

According to Freddie Mac's primary mortgage survey, an article from The New York Times reported a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage was 5.23% in early June, up from 2.96 percent the same week in 2021.

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