Information About Credit Scores for Home Buyers
What You Need To Know About Credit
What is good credit? What is bad credit? How important is your FICO® score? How can you enhance your credit? How can you ruin it? How can your credit score affect your life?
How to Establish Credit for a High Credit Score
This article is for those just starting out. Or those not just starting out who have never had credit or haven't used credit in many years. The result is lack of credit history which causes low credit score and no home loan – or a unnecessarily high interest rate.
How to Help Your Child Build Credit for Car Loan
Building credit and a high credit score can take a long time. If your child is ready, here's a guide to jump-starting the process for your child.
This can save them thousands of dollars, and get them off to a great start.
Free Credit Score Can Confuse Home Buyers
Think you know your credit score?
If it's a free credit score, it's not the same score used when you apply for a home loan. The difference can be critical to qualifying and to the interest rate you're offered.
Learn more: Free Credit Score Can Confuse Home Buyers
How To Remove Dispute Wording
from Your Credit File
The Bakers were shocked to learn their credit scores were suddenly 50 points lower. Mortgage denied. The Baker’s story is not unusual. So what happened?
Frequently Asked Questions About Credit Scores for Home Loans
What causes my credit score to go down? What is a good credit score? Who can see my credit score?
Debt Settlement and Debt Consolidation: What to Look Out For
We've had a lot of questions and problems about these "solutions." Here we try to lay it out for those looking to buy a home.
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