Here is my situation.
I have about $10k in stock broker account which can be cashed.
I own about $3500 on my credit card out of $10k credit limit.
My current fico is 601 but will up soon.
I make about $1360 a month working parttime.
I am thinking no doc loan? Since my income is low.
i really want to buy an investment, do i have any options???
Probably will need 20% down on no doc, best option is to try to go stated, nicknamed the “liar” loan. For example, On paper 3,000 a month is “stated” and the lender doesn’t veify income, just employment or if self employed 2 years business license. There are lender’s that will give you 95%ltv (5% down) stated with 600 or higher.
With your income you have to be careful in selecting your income producing investment properties. I assume you are looking to buy and hold (versus quickly flip). If you are going to quickly flip each one–then our concerns may be different.
You need a loan program that will “wash” the rental income (or percentage of it) directly against the PITI. Then your smaller income will not be affected by you purchases. I just helped a waitess by a 4 family and 2 family in the past 30 days (she now has 2 more 2 families in the process). She income was only $1600/month. Now her positive cash flow will add almost another $1000/mo. (her score was 634).
He did say it is 601. Are you really reading the questions?
You would able to get at stated investment property as high as 95%CLTV which means that you can do a 90%ltv with 5% seller carry back you could also get a 90/100%cltv if the seller is willing to carry or offer you a grant. Which I would say do this more than put money down. LEVERAGE your money not spend it on DOWN PAYMENTS. I would only use your 10k for quick rehab work and then either sell the house or refi cashout if you want to hold.
The Name of the Game of investing is using very little of your own money
You do not have to have a high score you just need to work with loan brokers that specialize in investment loans and they will beable to get you to the money that you need and want to make when buying and selling your homes