For over 25 years Churchill Mortgage has been on a mission to lead our clients to the ultimate American dream — debt-free homeownership. We believe debt-free individuals with no credit score should have the same access to a smarter mortgage as individuals who have a FICO® Score. Being debt-free is a big deal and should be celebrated!
How do you get a mortgage without a credit score or FICO® Score?
A lot of weight is put on a FICO® Score because it’s an easy way to do a quick risk assessment. If you don’t have a FICO® Score it can make qualifying for a mortgage a little more difficult, but not impossible. At Churchill, our Home Loan Specialists are professionally trained to help you get a smarter mortgage that can be paid-off quickly, so you can return to a debt-free lifestyle as soon as possible.
All home loans go through an underwriting process, but no score loans need to go through a manual underwriting process. This means an underwriter will review your application — including documents such as bank statements, pay stubs, and monthly bill payments. There is more documentation involved when applying for a no credit score loan, but once approved the process is as seamless as any traditional home loan.
Congratulations on being debt-free! Here’s 5 easy steps to getting a no credit score loan:
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