Oh, that major lifestyle changes. Even if you have a rather stable financial stature, a major lifestyle change may affect the decision of lenders. Let’s say you are suddenly “in between jobs.” Expect to be under tighter scrutiny. This will also be the case if, say, you have a newborn child or if you are looking to move to a new apartment or in the middle of a major home renovation that calls for a lot more than purchasing a diamond blade. Naturally, lenders will favor those who have stayed at one address for a considerable amount of time.
Of course, large outstanding debts are a no-no. Obviously, people with large outstanding debts are less likely to be approved. This comes naturally as they will be looking at the borrowers’ ability to pay off. So, be sure you have things settled before approaching banks or lending institutions for a loan. No lender will approve a borrower who has major outstanding debts, that’s for sure.
Bad, bad credit rating. As much as large outstanding debts will not get your loan approved, such is the case if you have a bad credit rating. Be sure you don’t have credit rating issues before applying for a loan. Look into services that allow you to check your own records. It is very important that you have other financial issues, or at least the major ones, settled before applying for a loan.