How Credit Scores Affect VA Loan Approval
All of your debt information at the credit bureaus is put into an equation to come up with a credit score. A lower score means you have more problems with your credit history. A low credit score can be hard to handle for many VA lenders. But, not all VA lenders deny Veterans with lower credit scores.
Can You Get A VA Loan With A 680 Credit Score?
Some Veterans think they will never qualify for a VA loan due to a low credit score. It is true that most lenders want to see a minimum credit score before approving VA loans. Your application may be denied even with a 680 credit score. But, there are some VA lenders like HomePromise that may approve credit scores below 700 when others do not.
What Is The Minimum Credit Score Required For Approval?
The Veterans Administration doesn’t have a minimum credit score requirement. VA lenders set their own minimum requirements for approval. For more information about getting a VA loan approved with bad credit call 800-720-0250 to speak with a VA Loan & Refinance Expert with HomePromise.
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