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Does CreditKarma recommend mortgage loans for first time home buyers?

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I for one would tell everyone to stay away from anything that is recommended here on Creditkarma.  DO YOUR HOMEWORK.  Check with your Bank and Credit Union first  then I would suggest Quicken loans.  

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Good point! Credit Karma gets paid by companies they advervise on their website, so take all their recommendations with a grain (or bucket) of salt.

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They don't currently but that's a great question and I'd love to see some answers! 

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I recommend doing some extensive Google searching to try to find some information.

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