Pre-ApprovaL:YOUR 1st Step In Buying A HomeIn many markets across the country, the number of buyers searching for their dream homes outnumbers the number of homes for sale. This has led to
Check your credit report: Once, every year, you're entitled to a free credit report from all three credit agencies via annualcreditreport.com
Be sure to save all three reports and review thoroughly. If you notice any inaccurate information, report it immediately to your credit agency.
Set up automatic payments: If you have trouble remembering when bills are due, set up automatic payments. Or, if you prefer to pay all of your monthly bills at a specific time set up payment reminders to help you remember due dates.
If you're young or have a short credit history, avoid opening several new accounts at once: Opening multiple accounts in a short amount of time may lower your score. Also if you're rate shopping, lump it into a single inquiry. Several new inquiries into your credit can count against you.
It's never too late to repair your credit: If you have to start over due to bankruptcy, be diligent about opening new accounts and continue to make your payments on time. This will help you rebuild your good credit history.
Dear Friends, In my past careers as a music education teacher and middle school guidance counselor in Jeffco Public School, Real Estate has been the natural next step in my career trajectory. This....
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