Here are some tips to improve your credit problems!
First you may need to go through the process of actually repairing your credit to improve the situation.
You can also discuss the issues with your loan officer.
A good and responsible mortgage professional knows there can be justifiable reasons for such problems.
Don't worry, whatever the issue, it can be worked with!
If you're looking to become a first time home buyer, then you surely have a long list of concerns. Right at the top of that list is the need to fix problems with your credit so that you can get approved for loans and financing.
You also want reasonable and affordable deals that won't hinder you financially. Use the following tips and suggestions to get rid of these problems and get on your way to buying a home.
The first and most important step you need to take to fix these problems is to learn to recognize the scams which are out there, because there's a ton of them, and they all want to trick you and take more of your money.
When a company makes outrageous and too good to be true claims, then it's almost a guaranteed scam. When the company makes you pay upfront, or doesn't tell you what they're doing, it's a scam.
If they try to get you to buy a new credit file or make blanket disputes of your credit, then it's a scam. Recognize scams first, and then you can make clear decisions to solve your problems.
You're entitled to get a free credit report every 12 months from the major reporting companies. Use this ability to always keep an eye on your credit and see what's on your record.
Dispute when Appropriate: When your credit reports show inaccuracies, that's when you can feel free to dispute. File dispute letters or claims, and use any evidence you have possible to show your position and why something is incorrect. This is part of the process to repair these problems.
Interest Rates: You always want to take care of the highest interest rates first in terms of which cards you focus on paying off. This will save you money over the long haul. Don't forget to call your credit card companies and ask for lower rates as well.
No matter how bad your credit may be, there's always a way out of it when you know what to do. Use the tips on how to fix these problems mentioned above and you'll be able to start moving in the right direction once and for all.
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Oct 08, 19 08:33 AM
Hello, I have a question regarding USDA vs. FHA home loans. I am in the process of getting a home in the next month but was told I wouldn't be approved
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