“Call Me a Sucker, I don’t care!”
Yes I will be my husband is a stay at home dad we have a son with autism. I will be the only one that could be on a mortgage. I have an older son as well but he has no credit hes working goes to college and helps me with rental cost. I work full time at an early learning center. I make $17.00 and have an additional income of $740 for social security for my son I use for rental my credit score is low its about a 580 I would like to try and bring it up.
I remember reading a book once called, “When bad things happen to good people.” When I read an email like what this one is about this immediately comes to mind and gets my adrenaline pumping to do everything humanly possible to making their lives better.
Sure it is easy to say these folks should know better, but until we have walked in another person’s shoes we shouldn’t judge them. Is it easy to accomplish a mortgage for folks in situations like this? “Hell No!” It takes a lot of work and commitment from the client to take the necessary steps to begin the credit repair process.
I am up to the challenge and will look forward to seeing these folks own their own home.
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