No. It is unlawful for any creditor to discriminate against any applicant on the basis of sex or marital status[1]. Lenders may only make decisions based on the borrower’s ability and intent to repay the loan. A married person who is not employed outside the home might have problems obtaining a loan unless that person has sufficient collateral to provide security for the loan. If the person’s spouse has a good credit rating, the spouse could guarantee the loan as a co-signor or provide other security to support the loan.

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[1] § 725.07, Fla. Stat.