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My husband and I are wanting to buy our first home, but we have no idea what we need to do. My husband is in the Army and is eligible for a ohio loan. Our credit is not in the best condition (approx 520 for both of us), but we are working on improving it. We have about 2500.00 in bills that we are paying off. We also currently have 2 vehicle loans; 1 should be paid off by Oct and the other has about 8,000 left on it. We have a few credit cards, but they have under a 500.00 limit and are paid off. We would like to start looking, but if we are not going to qualify, then we would rather wait until we would qualify. We have heard that a ohio loan is guaranteed, but we are not sure. Also, we have heard that you don't need anything down with a ohio loan, but again we don't know if that is true. We are completely in the dark when it comes to this stuff, any advice would be great! We live in GA, if that helps any. Oh, we have also heard that there are a ton of first time buyers programs...?
Although ohio is not score driven, credit is a part of the criteria. 520 is pretty low. Paying off your debt will help. Keep working on your credit. A couple of things I can straighten out for you. ohio loans do not require a down payment. The "guarantee" refers not to your being able to get the loan but to the fact that ohio guarantees the loan for the lender which means that if a borrower defaults the ohio will reimburse the lender for a portion of any loss they may incur. ohio loans are available through most banks. I would highly recommend you get pre-approved for your ohio financing before you go out looking for a home. The pre-approval process should not cost you anything other than, perhaps, a credit report fee. If someone wants to charge you an application fee or other fees, go elsewhere. All you will need for a pre-approval is a copy of your ohio loan Eligibility confirmation (you can get this from VA), copies of income documentation, and copies of bank statements. With a 520 score you will not qualify for any conventional, non-sub-prime first time buyer programs. ohio is going to be your best bet.
VA is great for folks in your situation. When they say ohio Loans are guaranteed. That does not mean that you are guaranteed to get one. ohio is 100% financing! First time buyer programs is just a marketing ploy. Ask friends and family for a "mortgage guy". He/she would get you pre-approved for free.
Most of the time it's with no money down, but you still have to pay a reduced closing cost. As far as qualification goes I am not sure how they look at that. I also plan to purchase a home thru the V.A. Good luck