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[9 Oct 2017 | 2 Comments | 3,542 views]
Your FICO Score Could Lose 50 Points by not Following This Credit Card Strategy

Borrowing money today requires impressing an increasingly hard-to-please crowd. With creditors of all kinds more cautious than ever, you need an A+ application to land the best terms — and that means an A+ credit score, the number lenders use to judge your risk of default.

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[4 Oct 2017 | 2 Comments | 5,578 views]
10 Mortgage Loan Tips for People With Bad Credit

A person’s credit standing is a reflection of his financial principle and status in life. The privilege to make a loan is only given to those who have established a good credit rating. Thus, a person who wants to have available credit immediately when he needs it should maintain a good credit rating.

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[3 Oct 2017 | No Comment | 2,336 views]
Home Mortgage Loan Lenders for People With Low Credit Scores

Home mortgage loans for people with poor credit are available at reasonable rates if you find the right lender. With some time spent online researching for low credit score lenders, you can base your financing decision on loan estimate numbers. Even with bad credit, you can find flexible terms, so you can find the right home loan for your budget.

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[2 Oct 2017 | 2 Comments | 2,809 views]
FICO Score Effect on a Mortgage

If you’re a little savvy about credit, you probably know that each of us is entitled to a free copy of our credit report, once a year, from each of the three main credit-reporting agencies. You can access these easily online at annualcreditreport.com — and if you’re willing to pay a few dollars, you can get your credit score, as well.

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[1 Oct 2017 | One Comment | 3,427 views]
Top Credit Repair Companies

Everyone knows the value of having a good credit score — apply for mortgages or credit cards and get the lowest interest rate possible because you have a 721 FICO Score. There are also a lot of Americans, especially in today’s economic times, who know how difficult it is to even qualify for those same mortgages and credit cards with a 521 FICO Score.