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If you’ve been advised that you must obtain collateral in order to obtain credit, this can be very frustrating. Any of life’s big milestones, such as buying a car, buying a house, and taking out student loans, will necessitate a high credit score. On the other hand, if your credit score is poor (or non-existent), you will have difficulty getting approved for these loans. And...
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One of the most important things to remember about credit repair is that, no matter how difficult it might seem, it is entirely possible and much easier than you may imagine. In reality, there are five credit hacks you should be aware of that will not only improve your credit scores but will also help you save money………….they will change your life in the process....
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We all begin with no credit, a blank slate in a sense. From the moment you open your first account, any credit move you make will either help or hurt your credit. The majority of people can stop having bad credit by actually using credit and other financial accounts responsibly. Make Sure You Pay Your Bills on Time Each Month This is the most important...
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Recently the values of homes are rising. It is believed that this is the best time to sell a house. If you are owning a house and plans to sell, you could get more money from it or if you have no plans on selling your house you could also benefit from the rising property value which also improves home equity loans. No need to...
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There are several things that can affect your credit, one is the negative credit history which is usually caused by severe delinquent accounts like late payments, debt collections, charge-offs, repossession, foreclosure, judgments, tax liens, or bankruptcy on your credit reports. These things come from missing payments from your account. Credit bureaus track critical items to know if the borrower is reliable and responsible. On the...
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Now is the best time to start paying attention to your credit score; not next week, next month or even tomorrow. The sooner you realize how important your credit score is and start taking steps toward fixing it, is the sooner you can own your dream home or that brand new car that you think about every night before going to bed.  We know that...
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A student loan is a form of loan designed to help students pay for post-secondary education and related fees, including tuition, books, and supplies.  What can student loans affect your credit score? A student loan will reinforce not just your account mix but your payment history as well.  The most significant aspect of your credit scores is payment history. This represents 35 percent of your...
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