Contrary to popular belief, USDA guidelines contain certain credit requirements that must be satisfied in order to qualify for a loan. An applicant is expected to have sufficient credit history that demonstrates a track record of meeting debt payment obligations according to their repayment schedule.
A USDA loan and a conventional loan are both a kind of mortgage you get to finance a home. "Conventional" just means a type of mortgage that isn’t backed by the government, like FHA, USDA and VA loans. You pay them all back the same way, in monthly payments with interest.
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Can I get approved for a USDA direct loan with a 600 credit score? Asked by Mathew G, Effingham, IL Thu Jan 10, 2013. Monday my fiancee and I put in an application for a usda loan for a 70k house. We met the eligibility guidelines for income. Everything seems good but I’m worried about my 600credit score, and my fiancee’s 650.