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Lucy Olsen

No social number but wife ss number

My credit score isn’t bad but I’ll do have a 2 broken leases. 1 was from when I was younger but now I’m older, I live in my current address for over 8 years half, and my other broke lease well I let my mom use my name to an apartment but they kick her out for nothing my sister was shot almost passed away , but thanks god it didn’t happen. So now that’s on my rental history, my situation is that my husband doesn’t have a social security number and he did apply for the Tin number but takes up to 2 months he said” he makes good income he gets paid cashed. I willing to know if anyone willing to work with us by using his income but my social security number we have 5 kids together, please anyone but I’ll do make s little income 1700 a month I get social security income and they asked for 3 x rent and 4 pay stubs anyone please

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No social number but wife ss number

By Lucy Olsen   
Posted on Jan 10, 2018 in Topic: Affordable Housing
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My credit score isn’t bad but I’ll do have a 2 broken leases. 1 was from when I was younger but now I’m older, I live in my current address for over 8 years half, and my other broke lease well I let my mom use my name to an apartment but they kick her out for nothing my sister was shot almost passed away , but thanks god it didn’t happen. So now that’s on my rental history, my situation is that my husband doesn’t have a social security number and he did apply for the Tin number but takes up to 2 months he said” he makes good income he gets paid cashed. I willing to know if anyone willing to work with us by using his income but my social security number we have 5 kids together, please anyone but I’ll do make s little income 1700 a month I get social security income and they asked for 3 x rent and 4 pay stubs anyone please
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Christopher Dayanand
about 2 weeks ago
Hello Lucy,

I have helped all kinds of people. Reach out to me tomorrow and I will see how I can help.

Chris
832-859-8698
ChrisRealEstatePro.com


about 2 weeks ago
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Stephanie Coronado
about 2 weeks ago
Hi Lucy,
I have had past experience with similiar situations and would be able to assist you. Feel free to connect with me, I would be able to go over some options with you. I can help guide you so can make the best decision on your next move with your family.


about 2 weeks ago
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Robert Noel
about 2 weeks ago
I believe I have a program that will be beneficial to you and your husband. Reach out to me tomorrow and I'll explain it to you.


about 2 weeks ago
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John Correa
about 2 weeks ago
For the use of whoever is inquiring and for the colleges that extended the hand to help you, this is an undeniably complex scenario and not many actually can picture the entire process and all that is needed for a successful transaction. No one can claim it is a walk in the park.

In general I am going to provide a few questions that should clarify some of your doubts.

For starters if you carry a social security number it doesn't mean that you have a type of visa that allows you to reside in the US. So there is a number of questions that one needs to clarify before moving forward. The scenario is "husband does not have a social security number but the wife does":

- Is wife a legal resident of the US? Perhaps she has a work Visa. Is it valid or when it will expire?
- yes wife does have a visa or permanent resident card but did husband already apply to obtain one of his own?

Lets just say, wife does have a work visa or is a permanent resident. The other question is, does she work? Does she make sufficient and verifiable income?

While there are products out there that require only a "number", does family have sufficient funds for a large down payment? Again does wife or whoever carries the ss or ITIN make enough verifiable income?

This is a delicate and complex product and it needs to be put together right or you and the agent will waste their time. if it is a NO to all of the questions above but you do have enough capital you can consider OWNER FINANCING options.

If the question is related to a cash transaction only (no home financing needed) than forget about what I wrote. Yes you can buy without a social security number but consider obtaining a ITIN for tax filing purposes.

Otherwise if it is a yes to most of my questions, please contact me so than I can further evaluate your options and get your and your family a new home.

John Canali
832-304-3607
john@johncanali.com



about 2 weeks ago
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