Skip to main content

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.

Take the next step

Buying a House

We've built tools to help you understand the mortgage process and compare options.

Visit our "Buying a House" guide

Was this answer helpful to you?

Please do not share any personally identifiable information (PII), including, but not limited to: your name, address, phone number, email address, Social Security number, account information, or any other information of a sensitive nature.