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Do You Know Your Credit Score? What Does Your Score Reflect About You?
Increasing your credit score not only saves you money on interest rates, but it also increases your quality of life. Your credit score determines whether you qualify for a mortgage, auto loan, student loan, credit cards, personal or business loans, and the interest rates you pay. Your credit report is also a big determining factor for potential employers and even insurance premiums.
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Are credit issues making the approval process difficult for you to obtain a home, car, or credit card loan? Let's talk.
We can help with the following:
- Charge Offs
- Late Payments
- Tax Liens
Stop adjusting your life due to bad credit.
Good Credit Benefits Provide:
- Lower Interest Rate on Mortgage
- Obtain Apartment No Security Deposit
- Lower Credit Card Interest Rate
- Lower Interest Rate Auto Loan
- Better Car Insurance rates
- Qualify for Lower Interest Personal Loan
- Qualify for an SBA Loan to start a business
- Increased Employment Opportunities
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Are You Sure Your Credit Reports Are Accurate?
If you find any suspicious information in your credit reports make sure that you address those issues and work on removing them from your credit or hire a professional credit repair service to handle the removal of the inaccurate information on your behalf.
Three Credit Bureaus
You are entitled to one free credit report per year from each of the credit bureaus and you can see all of your credit reports from the 3 major credit bureaus at once by going to annualcreditreport.com. Reviewing your credit report will allow you some insight on why your credit score is low.
According to the FTC (Federal Trade Commission), 79% of credit reports contain errors and 21% or credit reports contain errors significant enough to have a substantial impact on a consumer’s credit score.
That everyone starts out with perfect credit.
Building strong credit takes patience, discipline, and is hard work!