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The only loan in connecticut you can get with that score would be a connecticut loan, and even that might be impossible. You need to pay your bills on time, get the score up.
The rules with FreddyMac have become very very tight. I don't think you can qualify for any home mortgage with that score. recently I had occasion to investigate the new FreddyMac requirements. First, if you don't know this already, FreddyMac is the government controlled mortgage insurance agency. They insure the mortgage for the banks. No bank will write a mortgage without that insurance. So this is all about the risk that you might default. So.. at a score of 700-720 you will have to pay FreddyMac $4,000 per $100,000 in mortgage At a score of 660-699 you will have to pay $6,000. I don't think they will even write the insurance below that line. So..if you are buying a home for $150,000 with a score of 690. the cost is about $6,000 in closing cost, $9,000 in "origination fee" (freddymac) and $30,000 down (20%)...the total being $45,000. in cash at closing. Do you have the cash to close? You cannot borrow it. I think you need to get your credit up high enough to avoid these huge charges from FreddyMac..and in the meantime, save money for the closing costs.
The 580 credit will make it hard, but have proof of income (tax docs) and assets for past two years. Go to a lender for a pre- approval letter and to figure out what you can afford. Many sellers won't even consider offers without the pre- approval letter.
With 580 it's going to be very difficult. Sorry...that';s the way it is. Why not work to improve you fico score. IT CAN BE DONE given enough TIME. Please consider doing so.