Secrets to Financing Your Next Home!
Posted by Heidi Fore on Thursday, June 28, 2012 at 4:12 PM By Heidi Fore / June 28, 2012 Comment
Uninterested in leasing? Are you prepared for more space? Getting your financials in order is the 1st step toward getting your dream href="http://www.rivervalleyrealtygroup.com/search/">House in Louisville Kentucky, read below for guidance from Heidi Fore, one of the region's top realtors.
In my prior experiences, when preparing my clients for jumping into this sector of mortgages and financing a House in Louisville Kentucky, I have found the following rules to be intensely helpful. *If it's not hard to do so without adversely affecting your down-payment situation, pay off minor liabilities. The less debt you have the easier your house loan. Close the minor cards, but just one or two of them. Remember the Heidi Fore Team are not loan companies, and you want to call loan firms without delay for details on all this. It's highly important to keep the cards with a little balance and low limit so that you can show banks that you have had loans and cards in the past and you managed them in the correct way. Two of these "open" credit lines are good.
I had a client once close down everything and then the bank announced he couldn't get a good loan because he didn't have a credit history. You will read books or hear talk shows talking about why you should be debt free-well it isn't always a pleasant thing when submitting an application for a loan.
Since mortgages are based basically on debt to revenues proportions ( the total you pay out monthly vs. the amount you bring in ), a just-bought debt could make your total regular bills too high and throw off the proportions, which would...