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I understand your challenges, as I'm a father too. To answer your question, you will need to qualify on all factors: credit, income and assets. The lender will pull credit from all 3 credit bureaus and use the middle score to determine your credit. Also, it's best to make sure you don't have any liens, judgments or collections still active on your report. Best place to get started. The Lender will use your income and use it as a ratio between your whole housing payment and your other debt found on the credit report. The assets will be needed for down payment, closing costs and possibly to meet reserve requirements. You may want to check with the lender in your area, if there may be any down payment assistance programs for your area.Best of wishes to you and your son. Hopefully, your son's development continues and your challenges are minimalized. It's not easy, and I wish you the best. If you any further questions, then please don't hesitate to ask.Sincerely,Mike Bjork
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