MP3: Refinancing With No Credit?

11.06.2013

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Refinancing With No Credit? MP3

QUESTION: Joseph on Facebook asks if it's possible to refinance a house with basically no credit. Dave says yes.ANSWER: The question is can you get a mortgage with "no credit?" Yes, you can if you have "no credit." If you have bad credit, that's not "no credit." If you have slow credit, that's not "no credit." "Basically no credit" sounds scary to me, Joseph. ... Source: daveramsey.com

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