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David Adefeso Addresses Buying A Home With Bad Credit

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David Adefeso addressed buying a home with bad credit. Check out the post that he shared on his social media account.

‘Can you buy a home with bad credit? 🏡The simple answer is yes!!!’ he said.

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Someone commented: ‘Thank you King 🙏🏾. Please keep the advice coming for the community ✊🏾🤩’ and a follower said: ‘1
I live in Florida is there a FHA there also im trying to gather all my information because im interested In buying a home i have a good credit score.’

One other follower posted this: ‘Facts👏🏾Great advice. I’m in the process now of home buying with a FHA loan,’ and a fan wrote: ‘❤️❤️ Great information now I know there is hope for me out.’

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One follower said: ‘Let’s say you build your credit to over 700 after buying the house, would your interest rates or insurance payments be adjusted downwards?’ and someone else posted this message: ‘Great advice! I actually just learned this through my lender.’

One fan said: ‘I looked through your page for the video on how to build credit, I couldn’t find it,’ and a follower said: ‘I want to thank you for posting such informative information. Scripture in the bible says my people are destroyed for LACK of knowledge. Hosea 4:1.’

Someone else posted this: ‘@david.adefeso can you please check your inbox I have an important question to ask you concerning custody of my grandkids and Equity.’

David Adefeso   just revealed what is the best way to start saving for your kids’ education. Check out his message below.

‘This is the BEST way to finance higher education. A 529 plan is a powerful, tax-advantaged savings plan designed to encourage saving for future education costs. This includes 4-year college, 2-year college, trade school, apprenticeships, high school and K-12. You can also use up to $10,000 in a 529 plan to payoff existing student debt,’ David wrote.

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