Looking to Buy a Home with Bad Credit, Consumer Proposal, or Bankruptcy?
Credit is a terrible way to determine if they someone should be allowed to buy a home. Sure, there's some people that spend way over their limit when they're young and naive. However, most of my clients that have bad credit, or filed a consumer proposals, or bankruptcies are very good, reliable people. They've just had a rough spot in their life.
Situation: Jay was a painter worker that unfortunately fell off a ladder and broke his back. He wasn't able to work for over a year, and couldn't keep up with his monthly car payments.
Problem: His credit score got lower, had late credit card payments as he waited for WSBC compensation (Took over 6 months), and got his car repossessed. Now, after getting re-established with a new job, Jay wasn't able to get approved at a bank due to his bruised credit history.
Solution: We created a strong file that explained what happened, why it happened, and how we know Jay is a reliable, strong applicant.
What will they overlook?
No minimum credit score. Major banks will only accept clients with a minimum beacon score of about 620, we can find alternative lenders that are more flexible.
Who’s this program good for?
History of bad credit
Someone recently discharged from a bankruptcy or consumer proposal
Home owner looking to purchase a rental property but does not fit normal income banking guidelines
Worried if you'll qualify? Please feel free to message me anytime for a free, no obligation consultation. We can go through all your available options, pack your application together, and get you the lowest rate a lender can offer.
Ready to get started?
Brandon Nishi | Mortgage Broker
Phone: (604) - 353 - 5809