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Sounds like you got a REALTOR/ loan officer. Sorry to hear about your experience but I assure you we are not the same :)
My company was one of the last to hold on to the 620 FHA minimum credit score. A standard FHA now requires a minimum score of 640. If you are below 640 but still above 620 you may have financing options with the Nevada State Bond program. Plan on the process taking a little longer but they can still finance on a 620 credit score. There are income and sales price limits but they are not very strict. Get in touch with me and I can privide you with more info! I can also give you advice on how to raise your score.
Sometimes you have to kiss a lot of frogs to find a prince. Don't give up. There are plenty of bad apples out there, but there are also a lot of very good agents. Do you have any acquaintances that have had good real estate experiences and can refer you to an agent they were satisfied with? Word of mouth is my best advertising. Ask around and you will eventually find someone you are comfortable with. It's worth a little effort now to make your home buying experience pleasant in the future. When you get that arrogant, know it all agent, kick them to the curb and move on. There's another one right around the corner. Remember you are interviewing the agents and in this market an agent should be glad to have the business.I agree with Jim, find yourself a loan officer to assist you with the lending aspect of your transaction. An agent shouldn't be pulling your credit scores. A lender can guide you about your credit and when to pull your credit so you're not affecting your FICO scores. That's their business and their area of expertise. Good luck on your search.
Keep looking and ask around, you will find a good one in your area eventually.In the meantime, take a few classes on becoming a realtor yourself. It's not too hard, and even if you don't write your own contract, you will have the knowledge to really select the right realtor then.
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