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Lenders Want to Say Yes
If you consider yourself incapable of getting credit, you may be living in the past in terms of assessing your financial situation. Lenders are now bending over backwards to give money to borrowers. A recent survey of mortgage lenders found some interesting trends. Ninety-six percent of those surveyed had cut their standard down payment requirements for moderate-income buyers. Ninety-three percent said they are more lenient in their income-ratios (the ratio of your debts to income), and 94% of those surveyed said they now have more flexible approaches to credit histories, and look at rent and utility payments more than credit cards.

Seventy-nine percent of lenders say they have relaxed employment criteria. They now look more at your capacity to generate a stable flow of income rather than requiring a long history at one job.

There are more lenders today, and they are in fierce competition with each other. The home loan industry has created entire markets that cater to those with less-than-perfect credit.

 
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