If you’re looking for a mortgage but maybe don’t have the best credit history, then this is the podcast episode for you. Phil Spencer is back with Orla Shevlin, Mortgage Adviser at Trussle to answer this question for you: can you get a mortgage with poor credit? Listen to episode four of series 8 of the Move iQ property podcast. Phil and Orla discuss getting a mortgage and the challenges of doing that if you have poor credit.
What’s discussed in this episode?
Listen in to find out:
- Get your full credit report – why your credit score alone doesn’t mean too much
- How far back lenders look at your credit history?
- How brokers can help you assess the right timing for an application
- There always tends to be a solution a broker can help with
- An outline of joint borrower mortgages
- Ways you could improve your credit report
- Some helpful lookouts
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Last Updated: May 25th, 2022