How to Improve Your Credit Score to Get a Better Loan

Credit ScoreGetting a home loan is not easy in the current state of lenders tightening up on their approval process. Nowadays, like never before, lenders rely on the credit history report and credit scores to help make critical loan approvals to buyers wishing to obtain loans.

A credit report is a snapshot of who you are at that moment in time. So, when it comes to credit scores, it is important to be on top of your credit history report. It is wise to know what information shows on your credit history report and take active steps to get erroneous information corrected.

Your credit history is important, not only for buying a house, but also for other things such as buying a car, renting a home, or getting a job.

I have written the following articles to help you learn more about credit scores and what you can do to maintain a credit rating that is reflective of the real you. Each article has a link to the other articles for seamless continuation of reading.

How Do I Improve My Credit Score to Buy a House?

The Range Lenders Use to Determine Low High and Good Credit Scores

What Score Do I Need to Get a Home Loan?

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About marlenebertrand

Real estate broker. Owner of Bertrand Realty. Real estate and home lifestyle content writer. Personal interests include gardening and living a simple life at home.
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1 Response to How to Improve Your Credit Score to Get a Better Loan

  1. First, we have all seen those television commercials where companies promise
    to rid you of your credit card debt. Then you will have to
    look at several offers for products and services before you are allowed to proceed.
    You can find it by requesting a credit history from 3 big credit scoring bureaus – Equifax, Experian and Trans – Union.

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