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Yes, it can be done. I applaud you for not wanting to go into debt and living a "pay as you go" and an " I'll buy it when I can afford it" lifestyle. You will end up very wealthy with that philosophy. You need to get a mortgage that is "manually underwritten". That means that a person does the paperwork to underwrite (process and approve) the mortgage instead of a mortgage underwritten by a computer. The computer underwriting relies heavily on FI Florence scores which in turn relies heavily on debt (credit cards and car loans). A manually underwritten loan can generally be found at a local community bank or credit union instead of at one of the big box banks. If you are going to buy a house: 1. Get a fully amortized fixed rate mortgage for preferably 15 years, 20 years at the most. Definitely no ARMs or interest only loans. 2. Put 20% down to avoid PMI (private mortgage insurance) 3. If the mortgage payment is more than 25% of your take home pay, the house is too expensive. The bank will tell you that 33-35% is ok but if you do that ,you won't have money for fun or for a life. Life is too short to work just to make the house payment. 4. Have an Emergency Fund saved up of at least 3 months of your expenses before you buy a house. This would be money that you would have to have in addition to your down payment. If you don't have an Emergency Fund then you can bet that some emergency will come up ( the transmission on the car goes out or there is a layoff). It seems like there are far fewer "emergencies" when we have ready cash to deal with one.
Get two or three credit cards (stores are relatively easier to obtain, but also carry a higher interest rate). Use each card at least twice a year. You can charge a $1 on each twice a year if you want. If you don't use it twice a year, the cards can cancel on you and that will leave a bad mark on your credit report. Just make sure you pay it off before the grace period expires (usually 20 or 25 days from charging your card). The credit bureaus determine your open available credit v. your debt. So if you have three cards with $3000 of available credit and no debt, then that is GREAT verses a person with $1500 of credit with $1200 in debt. Bottom line: You need credit to have a credit rating. The mortgage lender will go by your FICO score to determine your interest rate. Good Luck and Best Wishes!!
You cannot get a credit history without buying something on credit. You can open up a store credit card, buy a car, get a credit card for a low $ amount. Then use the cards & pay them off that month.
While you don't necessarily need "credit cards" you will need a positive credit history. You could buy stuff like cars/boat or Rvs and get a good rating. You can also use a gas credit card - something that you can pay off each month to help with establishing your credit rating. Its either that or save all your money and buy a house all cash.
All this fear of credit cards that people have is really irrational. Credit cards don't have a mind of their own--just use them responsibly and you'll be fine! You really do need a credit card to build a healthy credit history. Get one and use it regularly; charge small amounts on it and pay it in full every month. That way you build your credit without getting into debt and paying interest.
I'm a mortgage broker from Edmonton, Alberta. You have a few options either try and borrow the down payment from a lender and apply for a flex down mortgage, this requires a lower beacon score (680 for 100% loan with "A" lender). Go to a "B" lender and get 100% financing @ a rate of 6.9% for a 3yr term. This one is my favourite you go to your bank and ask for a RRSP loan, place the RRSP in a very low risk investment. The RRSP has to be in place for 90 days, then you can withdraw the money and use for your down payment as long as you are a first time buyer. You can either ask your bank for a loan or line of credit it all depends on your debt service. Another bonus is that when you file your taxes next year you will have the added bonus of claiming the RRSP on your tax claim. You can then use your tax rebate to help pay down your loan.
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