There are some metropolitan areas around the nation where mortgage companies and local lenders are just more likely to give someone with bad credit a chance. If you’d like to relocate to Indiana, but have poor credit, Evansville might be a good place for your fresh start. In fact, Evansville has the sixth largest percentage of mortgage borrowers with poor credit among the nation’s metros.
Evansville came in sixth in the nation as a city where lenders are most likely to work with borrowers with poor credit. Indiana has multiple programs for potential home buyers in a variety of less than ideal home buying situations. Actually, nearly a quarter of all borrowers (26.3%) have poor credit in Evansville, Indiana. Nearly a quarter of Evansville of borrowers have a FICO score of 649 or less.
A variety of programs working with USDA, VA and FHA approved lenders contribute to borrowers with poor credit having an easier time in Evansville.
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On the other hand, if you’d like to sell your Dubois County real estate, we’d love to help with that too! We offer a completely FREE Comparative Market Analysis (CMA). Zillow’s zestimates can be off by as much as 12 percent! Obviously, to make any decisions, you need to know the actual value of your property, right? A 12 percent difference could be a deal breaker when it comes down to it. Yet, if you contact us today, we can get you a detailed report and the estimated value for your home based on today’s market. Plus, we can get that to you usually in less than one day. So, request your FREE home valuation for your Dubois County home today!