How to navigate mortgage lending to a credit-invisible population

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From start to finish, here’s a checklist for the closing period. The time from signed contract to loan closing typically spans 30 to 60 days. Take the signed sale contract to your lender and begin the finalization of your loan. At that time, you’ll consider whether you want to lock in your interest rate.

However, the minimum down payment could increase with a poor credit score, and the FHA may not finance a loan for someone with a credit score of 500 or less. Overall, 27 percent of Hispanic consumers are "credit invisible" or have an unscored credit report that preempts access to mortgage credit financing.

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Who are the credit invisibles? In 2015, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) released a Data Point that found one in ten adults in the U.S., or about 26 million people, are "credit invisible." This means that 26 million consumers do not have a credit history with one of the nationwide credit reporting companies.

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a report saying that "credit invisibles," those people who have no credit report on file with the three major credit bureaus, make up about 19% of the U.S. population or about 45 million people. If you are a credit-invisible, should you pursue your dream of a no-credit home loan?

According to a study released by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on May 5, 26 million Americans have no credit rating at all, making them "credit invisible." The report found that one in 10 adults have no credit history – many of them black, Hispanic, or living in low-income neighborhoods.

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