My ex needs to get a mortgage to have the house that we own together put into his name only and buy me out of my half of the house. Does anyone have any suggestions about where he should go? We have quite a bit of equity in the home (all of it mine but I think in divorce it becomes half his) so I am trying to help him find a loan, or at least game plan how to QUICKLY build credit so that he can find a loan. He has already applied for a secured credit card, and was told to try for a regular credit card in 6 months. Any other suggestions? He does not want to get a car loan but I told him that was probably one of the quicker ways to build credit, but he is resistant due to the higher interest and not really needing a "nice" car. Thoughts please :)
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