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Major lenders help ‘down and out’ buy real estate

Don't let bad or no credit stop you from buying a home

Are you less than perfect about paying your bills on time? Or maybe you pay your rent, utilities and other bills with cash or money orders so you have no credit record. If that's your problem, you can still buy a house or condo. Purchase Bob Bruss reports online. Thanks to innovative outreach home mortgage programs from Fannie Mae and other major home loan lenders, if you have a reliable source of income you can probably buy a home. For example, a few weeks ago I talked with a hard-working immigrant Hispanic gardener whose steady income comes from about 30 homeowners. A few of his customers pay him in cash. But most pay by check. Although he has no checking account, he told me how he recently got a mortgage from a major nationwide lender, with the help of a very patient mortgage broker, to buy the three-bedroom house he was previously renting. "I really need a four-bedroom house for my wife and our three kids, but it's a start," he told me. ANYONE WITH STEADY INCOME CAN BUY A ...