1st Florida Lending Corp., a registered Mortgage Lender Orlando servicing all of Florida offering over 48 loans programs including Conventional Loans, Non-Conforming Loans, FHA Loans, VA Loans, USDA Loan, Self-Employed Loans, Bank Statement Loans, No-Doc Loans, Reverse Mortgage Loans, ITIN Loans, Rental Investment Loans, to name a few and specializing in Bank Statement Loans or “stated loans” requiring no Tax Return verification and much more. * No broker or lender fees are for FHA,VA, USDA and Conventional loan types Main Office: 2151 Consulate Dr. * Suite 8 * Orlando, FL., 32837 * Telephone (800) 655-1345 * (407) 300-2558 * Fax (877) 401-9955We are approved lenders for all Government Loans and registered with the Florida Office of Financial Regulation - # MLD106When Banks Say No ! We Say YES ! ® is a registered trademark owned by 1st Florida Lending Corp.
What to Do If Your Loan Is RejectedWhen a lender rejects or denies your loan, you might not know where to turn or what to do next? Most lending institutions are not willing to spend the time or resources required to approve borrowers who have been turned down because there profile does not meet the industry matrix standard. The good news is that at 1st Florida Lending we do!This applies to any type of loan you might apply for. Whenever there is a disconnect between what you thought was possible and what a lender agrees to, it’s worth finding a lender like 1st Florida Lending who takes pride in finding solutions to overcome obstacles that are tailored to your immediate funding needs! Need Help? Click Hereto answer a few questions along your scenario and let us prove ourselves! For immediate assistance. Contact us at 407-300-2558 so we can explain why you were denied and what steps you can you take right now to get approved Top Four Reasons for Being Turned Down Listed Below 1.Not enough income or funds to close: Lenders want to see that you’re able to make the minimum monthly payments before they approve your loan. With some loans, such as home loans, lenders are required by law to calculate your ability to repay. If your income or funds to close are not sufficient to get approved, but you might have better odds if you can add somebody else’s income and credit to the application, assuming they have good credit and decent income. A cosigner applies with you, and that person will be responsible for repaying the loan. If you fail to repay, the lender will go after both you and your cosigner, and her credit will suffer, so only use a cosigner who is willing and able to understand that risk.2.Debt-to-Income Ratio to High: For most loans,lenders calculate your debt-to-income ratio to see if you can handle the payments upon approval of your loan. They compare how much you earn each month to how much you spend on debt repayment, assuming minimum payments. If it doesn’t look like you’ll be able to afford the new debt, they reject your application. Consider a Larger Down Payment: A larger down payment might help you get approved. Also you will borrowing less, with a lower loan-to-value ratio and make is possible to approve a loan even without perfect credit at a lower monthly payment.3.Appraisal issues: Occasionally you’ll be declined for an appraisal that did not come in high enough to justify the size of the loan. Most of the time this issued can be resolved. 4.Low Credit, Bad Credit or No Credit: 1st Florida Lending will look at your borrowing history, usually in the form of your credit scores, when you apply for a loan. We want to see a solid history of borrowing and repaying loans. However, you might not have borrowed much, or you might have experienced some challenges and actually defaulted on loans in the past. If credit was the culprit, it takes time to improve your credit, but you may not have the luxury of waiting on creditors and credit reporting agencies. Especially when you’re under a contract deadline or negotiating a new home/property purchase, a small increase in your credit score can save you tens of thousands of dollars. At 1st Florida Lending we will pull your credit using a What-if-Simulator The What-If-Simulator, provides score forecast that simulates the impact of complex changes or pending activities that affect your credit score. Safely test changes before taking action – or mitigate upcoming issues – so you can make informed decisions, be proactive, and find just the right actions including using Rapid Rescoring to expedite updates your credit scoring with credit bureaus. Rapid Rescoring Rapid Rescoring can update the consumer credit information with the three national repositories of consumer credit information within 3 to 5 days. How does it work? Your payment receipts showing that a debt or debt(s) are paid off or paid down are provide directly via our credit vendor to the three major bureaus to updating of items reporting incorrectly on the your credit file. Why Rapid Rescore?Working with creditors on your own, can delay the process, more specifically, any actions you take today can take one month or more to show up in your credit reports. But mortgages and sales contracts have deadlines. If you can’t meet your financing deadline with the rate you want (or if rates move higher while you wait), you’ll have to make some difficult choices.What Rapid Rescore Doesn’t Do1.Rescoring Accuracy Is Important: Rapid Rescoring expedites the process of updating your credit reports. However, it only works if the information you provide is accurate. If there’s an erroneous entry saying you defaulted on a loan, rapid rescoring can help get that information removed quickly. If you defaulted on the loan, you won’t get the negative item temporarily removed (it’s not a “trick” to improve your credit just long enough to get your loan approved).2.It is Not a Credit Repair: Rapid rescoring is not a credit repair nor can it add new lines of credit to the credit file or update credit limits. Simply stated, it’s just an express lane for getting information to credit bureaus to post updates faster. You’re not going to dispute anything and everything that brings down your score, and you’re not going to negotiate settlements with creditors. Instead, you’ll take action to improve your credit legitimately and have those actions reflected in your credit scores quickly.3.Only as Rapid as You Are: To have success with rapid rescoring, you may need to participate in the process. For example, if you’re late on payments, you can get current and use rapid rescoring, but you’ll need to come up with the money and get it to your lender before ordering an updated credit score. Likewise, you may need to dig up documentation to prove that accounts were paid off, and that takes time and effort — you can’t count on your lender to do all of the work for you.Disclaimer: Rapid rescoring is a highly successful and reliable strategy, but it can sometimes not produce the results or outcome you are hoping for. For more information visit their website https://www.ciccredit.com/rapid-rescore
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