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need a right to buy mortgage with poor credit

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Hi, there doesn't appear to be any text to go with this article. It would be of huge interest to me to know what the author says on this subject



I think the answer to your question lies in the name - Mrs KP Nuts - a joke I think.



There is no author, this is a Q&A page. I have to say that if a mortgage is acquired with a poor credit history I would like to know which bank/building society provides it so that I can make sure I don't have any of their shares and can avoid dealing with them. The whole point of credit histories is to filter out the bad risks.



Nosbort i dont think you should make judgment on someones credit scoring as you do not know their fincial picture.. Just for the record my credit became low when i lost my only son in an RTA and had to find the monies for his funeral ect and being off work for 6mths (just for the record) i am a fully qualified nurse and have a right to buy my property like anyone else and up to a couple of yrs ago the banks were throwing money at people with part time jobs nebver mind skilled workers. So please think before you judge Tadpole a joke you THINK... WELL i have now got myself a mortgage as some banks do take personal circustance into consideration. Thanks for your help NOT..



I am also agree with mrskpnutz.. I guess she's right, if you've awful credit history it doesn't mean you can't acquire loans. As mirskpnutz said, you can switch toward personal loans being provided by heaps of lending entities. Rather than checking your previous credit records, they provide you cash against your paycheck. So you just need to be profitably employed. Going ahead, you also need to consider your repayment ability. Thanks