I was told that I was too young to get a mortgage loan. Is this possible?
A creditor such as a lender or broker cannot discriminate against a credit applicant because of age unless the applicant is too young to legally enter into a contract.
State law governs the age at which an individual can enter into a legally binding contract.
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