THINK YOU CANT GET A HOME WITH BAD CREDIT WRONG

Dated: May 15 2015

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I have a secret.... Want to know what it is? ok ok Ill tell you! I know tons of people that have credit scores as low as 560 that are getting approved for a home mortgage!  Better yet!  They are only paying 10% down too!

What if you have a score from 580-619? Guess what you can do with THAT?! YOU can get approved for 3.5% down!! Don't believe me? I don't blame you ...I almost don't believe myself!

Want to know how its done?  Ill show you how.... if you show me....how to get in contact with you?! ....HA.... What?.... What did you think I was going to say? .....You dirty bird!

But really in all seriousness and without sounding like a bad (but funny) infomercial.  There are a lot of ways you can get into your home, whether it be bad credit, no down payment or just fear of being rejected, you should give it a try! I guarantee you wont regret it!

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Boots Levinson

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