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Can a married couple take out a joint mortgage even if the wife is not working?

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2005-10-08 05:20:02
2005-10-08 05:20:02

YES. AS LONG AS YOUR CREDIT IS NOT HINDERING THE LOAN. THESE DAYS IT IS ALL ABOUT FICO SCORES. E

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