If I want a mortgage with bad credit, is it best to go to a specialist lender? If so, who is the most reputable?

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Answered by D C, IFA in Bristol, DEVON
This is a situation where an independent advisor is essential. Each lender has its own set of criteria, and what might exclude you from one lender might not be thought so important by another. A good advisor should have at least some knowledge of lenders' approaches, and will discuss your case with potential providers to judge which of them might be prepared to consider an application from you. | 12.07.10 @ 21:43
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