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I want to buy a home with 620 credit score.

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We offer VA, USDA and low credit score options with FHA down to 580. FHA only requires 3.5% down and is an excellent loan for first time home buyers. If credit repair is required we have rapid rescore options that can improve your credit scores in as little as 48-72hrs. The path to home ownership does not have to be difficult if your work with the right lender. We lend through a national bank and close purchase loans in ALL 50 States with no restrictions.

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Just need a 580+ score

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Go to The Lenders Network website, they can refer you to a couple lenders that can help you get approved with low credit scores. Good luck!

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Visit www.naca.com.  Non profit group that helps folks get homes with great interest rates, zero down, zero closing costs and credit score doesn't matter.

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