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This video with Blair Warner, credit specialist with Upgrade My Credit, is a discussion of the best tips and advice for people who have had the unfortunate experience of selling their home through a short sale. The credit score takes some dings, but the Read More...
If you are trying to improve your credit score, or even keep it in good standing, don't fall pray to some common myths that are batted about: 1st Myth: Closing an old account that you don’t use anymore will boost your score . While its true Read More...
You Can Keep Your Good Credit During This Recession - If You Know The Score RISMEDIA, August 21, 2010--People are having to make tough financial choices today, but many don't have to wreck their credit scores if they know how the system works, according Read More...
Sometimes bad things happen that affect our credit score. For all kinds of reasons, they just do. I've written several posts about credit scores and credit repair . If you feel overwhelmed or ill-prepaired to tackle credit repair issues on your own, Read More...
My friend, Kathy Daubert, from Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, will be posting a series of articles explaining Credit Scores. They'll be linked to each other and placed in the "credit score " category. I'm confident they'll be very helpful. Read More...
Note: Lending Guidelines are always changing. For updated posts on the subject Come back often. Foreclosure or Deed-in-Lieu of Foreclosure A seller who wants to buy another home after foreclosure will end up waiting about 24 to 72 months before a lender Read More...
Credit scores change all the time to reflect your credit patterns. Any time you check your credit score, it is like a snapshot of your score at one given moment in time, when actually your score goes up or down, based on how you manage your credit. Most Read More...
If you are considering a home purchase in the near future, you should take a look at your credit score 6 months prior to taking your first steps in the homebuying process. You can check your score for free at the three credit reporting bureaus: 1. Equifax Read More...
With the tightening of credit over the last 2 years, its good to know just what banks consider a good prospect for a home loan. Now more than ever, banks are looking at criteria that indicates the homeowner is most likely to pay their mortgage on time, Read More...