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I work through an agency &make good money& work full time. Will lenders consider me for a home loan?

  • May 02 2013 - US
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You can all a great mortgage company in your area and they are going to look at things like: how long you have been working at your job, if you are self-employed they are going to need to see proof of your earnings as well as other items that they consider.  If you can get a mortgage, it is a great time to buy and if you need any information, I have a great mortgage professional to contact and even if he is not licensed in the state to help, I am sure that he can direct you to someone that can.  It is a complicated process and they are highly trained to answer your questions.  Click on this link if you would like to get some answers or find recommendations on great companies through him: [deleted by Zillow moderator. Please see our Good Neighbor Policy for posting guidelines]  if I can help with anything else, I would love to do so!  Thanks for your question on Zillow and the best of luck!
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Yes, they will always consider you. The first thing they will do is a prequalification to see what your credit score is and consider your debt-to-income ratio. It does matter how long you have been employed. You can call[deleted by Zillow moderator. Please see our Good Neighbor Policy for posting guidelines]and she will be able to advise you on what to do Good luck!!
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It depends on your credit score, how long you've worked for the agency, and other factors.

Give a lender a call.

Good luck!
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