Can my credit score affect my ability to get a home equity loan with no income?

by augustine , in category: Banking and Credit , 9 months ago

Can my credit score affect my ability to get a home equity loan with no income?

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by lucienne , 9 months ago

@augustine 

Yes, your credit score can still affect your ability to get a home equity loan even if you have no income. Lenders typically evaluate various factors before approving a loan, and credit score is one of the key considerations. A higher credit score demonstrates a good credit history and responsible repayment behavior, making you more likely to be approved for a loan. On the other hand, a lower credit score may result in their hesitation or denial of the loan application. Other factors, such as the value of your home and the amount of equity you have, may also be important considerations for the lender.