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I have been required to have a co-signer. I am a fist time buyer. My FICO is now 620 and income is increased to $88,500/year with a bonus included. I have a lot of debt from school, cars and credit cards. My parents are both asking to be on the loan. Is it possible to have more than one co-signer? by greear140 from Bellevue, Washington. Jan 9th 2019 Reply


Josh Kostelyk (josh@lendinginseattle.com)
#45 ranked lender in Washington - 9 contributions

Absolutely. You can have multiple co-signers without issue. Give me a call or email if I can be of help. 206-755-3050 or Josh@LendinginSeattle.comJosh KostelykLoan OfficerAll City Mortgage, LLC Email: josh@lendinginseattle.comDirect: 206-755-3050Fax: 425-954-75527225 NE 149th PLKenmore, WA 98028 www.lendinginseattle.com NMLS# 101918 | 107614

Jan 9th 2019
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Paul Benezra (PaulBenezra)
#51 ranked lender in Washington - 64 contributions

Yes, you can more than one co-signer. I would be more than happy to discuss in more details. we are located in Bellevue for your convenience. Feel free to call or text me at 425-272-2723.

Jan 9th 2019
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Dalibor Vavrek (Dalibor)
#90 ranked lender in Washington - 29 contributions

Yes. You can have multiple co signers.

Jan 9th 2019
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Dalibor Vavrek (Dalibor)
#90 ranked lender in Washington - 29 contributions

Yes. You can have multiple co signers. I am a local lender in Bellevue with multiple loan programs available for co signer scenarios.Dalibor VavrekMLO-90063Senior Loan OriginatorDirect: 425-956-3833 or toll free: 877-272-0463Cell: 425-351-5363Fax: 425-696-0018daliborv@wfmtg.com

Jan 9th 2019
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Joe Metzler (JoeMetzler)
#19 ranked lender in Minnesota - 3,876 contributions

Sure, you can have multiple people on a loan. But just understand, that while we loosely use the term co-signer, it is really co-applicant. Everyone on the loan is a joint owner. Everyone is legally responsible to make the payment. Everyone must agree in order to sell or refinance in the future, and finally, everyone credit report will show the loan history (good or bad). If the loan goes bad, it hurts them too.

Jan 14th 2019
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