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What can you do if your husband had a foreclosure immediately prior to your marriage and you now want to buy a house and are having trouble?

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2006-02-09 04:42:32
2006-02-09 04:42:32

First, buy the house in your name not your husbands. Do not have his name anywhere on the title and be sure he signs the waiver that says he has nothing to do with the deed or property. So, use only your credit. As long as all is in your name with only you responsible for making payments his bad credit will have no impact on your home loan.

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