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swall234
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07/01/2021 - 10:18 am

Hi there,

We currently have a DIP from a high street lender, and are ready to put an offer on a house.

We have adverse credit on both sides due to late payments. I also have a default on my account that doesn’t show on my Equifax but does on other reports from 5 years ago.

We have credit cards that we pay off regularly and a loan that has never missed a payment. The late payments are from an old phone bill 2 years ago and a store card late payment that was literally A DAY due to a mishap on my account from last September.

My query is.. should we continue with our DIP or be safe and look for a mortgage that is aimed more for people with bad credit?

Our deposit is 15%.

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07/01/2021 - 10:19 am

Hi, thanks for getting in contact.

This will be lender specific however based on the information provided I do believe there are high street lenders out there that would be comfortable with that level of adverse credit.

There’s limited options with even 15% with most lenders due to current events so the right selection of high street lender probably is your best bet.

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