3 Seemingly Harmless Moves That Could Prevent You From Getting a Mortgage

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To get a mortgage, you'll need to have a good credit score and some money available to put down on a home. Whether it's a car, a piece of furniture, or a new TV, taking on more debt right before you apply for a mortgage could make it harder to get approved. One major factor that lenders look at when evaluating mortgage applicants is their debt-to-income ratio.

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