ByMichele Lernerof MortgageCreditProblems.com OJO Images/Getty Images Factors that influence your credit-repair loan Mortgage lenders, whether or not they offer bad-credit mortgage refinancing, review your credit, your home equity, and your debt-to-income ratio to determine whether they can approve a new home loan. While you likely know if you have credit problems or debt problems, you need to start the home refinance process by checking with a lender to find out your credit score. Lenders have varied standards of risk tolerance; so while one lender may turn you down, another may be willing to offer a bad credit refinance. Try these options for bad-credit refinancing: bad credit laptops Ask about FHA refinancing. One of the few options available for borrowers with a credit score in the 620 to 640 range is FHA refinancing.
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How to get a motorcycle loan with bad credit (Video)
In many cases, lenders can work with a consumer who has bad credit in order to find a loan that will work. In many cases, a bank will require more from a consumer with bad credit in order for him or her to qualify for a motorcycle loan. The most common requirement is a down payment. By requiring a consumer to make a down payment, the bank knows that the consumer has some of his or her own money in the bike. This makes it less likely that the consumer will default on the loan, since he or she would then lose the money that they put down in order to buy the bike. A bank may also make a list of actions that a potential borrower should complete in order to qualify for a loan.
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