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My husband has terrible credit. He hasn't paid his credit cards since before we got married and we got married 3 years ago. I'm thinking he's been default for about 4 years. We keep saying we are going to start working on it but haven't been able to start. I read an article that stated that if you have been default on your CC payments for long enough then you shouldn't mess with it because it's better to just let it fall off of your report in 7 years and if you mess with it it's like reviving it and it will affect you more. I read this like a week ago and I don't know how true it might be. My credit was bad. My mom has helped me greatly to pay off all of my accounts that were in collections and I have recently been able to open new accounts with my credit and I have been keeping up with my payments. I think it's been about a year since I opened my first CC. Between my husband and I our income combined is roughly 35000-40000 a year, our total monthly debt is about 2000 with rent and car payment included. We rent a 3bd/2bth home from my parents and are coming up pretty well at the end of the month. Recently I have been really interested in purchasing a house but I am nervous about weather we will qualify or not. About 2 years ago my husband and I checked our credit score and we were in the mid 400's but this was prior to my efforts with my credit. I already have an appt with a lender to help us see were we stand but it's not for another few days and I am antsy to know what the turnout might be. Thanks in advanced!
Look at it from the lender's point of view. You want them to lend you, say, $80,000 with the promise that you will pay it back. The lender has limited information to work with. They can look at your job history, the size of your down payment, your credit history and then they are betting that you will actually pay the loan. If you don't, they have to hope if they foreclose and sell the house it's for more than you owe. Since 2008, the lenders have a serious problem with foreclosures. Here you come wanting a house. Your credit history currently stinks to high heaven and even if you wait another 3-4 years for the negative items to drop off, you won't have much new credit to replace it. Yes, someone gambled on you and let you have a new credit card during the past year. Not much, but it's a start. BTW, when the bad debt drops off, the lenders will issue 1099-C forms for the unpaid debt. This is taxable income to you and VISIBLE when the lender pulls your tax information for the past 3 years. That means it's still possible for the lender to see how badly you screwed up.
Low income and bad credit = no home loan. I hope that you have a HUGE downpayment saved up, along with a cash emergency fund of 3 to 6 months expenses. You have opened up new accounts and are "keeping up with the payments". I assume that means you arepaying the minimum and you're paying tons of interest every month. WISE UP. Pay your balance minnesota FULL every month. If you vary a balance and lose your job, you ar screwed. You ar Aldo paying interest. You need to wise up before getting a mortgage.
400's? No. They will run you out of the bank. All that money he stole will not just fall off his record either, that is a myth. The bank will go by the worst credit between you two, not the best.